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Submissions (23)

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Roses My name is Anna and I am in grade 5. I drew a rose because the First Nations took care of the land before the Europeans took over the land.
tigteam Drawing, Pencil-crayon
Wild Roses Wild Roses, Oil on Canvas, 19,7x23,6 inch, 2005, 610 Euro.
Tags: flowers, plants, gardens, wild roses, realisme, germany, nature study, oil on canvas
heiste Painting, Oil
D Grade Roses The throw away roses at a rose factory in Ecuador. Ecuador is the number one importer of roses into the United States and workers rights are always dictated by the bottom line. Fair trade needs to be demanded by the consumer not the farmer.
Tags: roses, ecuador, fair trade, labour rights
zacmosphere Photography, Colour
Holding Fire Roses This picture is about a woman in the Ukraine.
Tags: mask venicia
kostumier2010 Drawing, Pastel
Roses I just liked the colour. Picture itself isn't that special. Hope you like it.
urssulasss Photography, Colour
Chinese Tea and Roses Title: Chinese Tea and Roses To me this picture symbolises the importance of intigration, culture and difference in our world today. I believe that intigration and difference are an important part of life and this in turn could be taken up in art. I hope I have made a start in this venture by producing this painting which emphazises both...
pitzachef Painting, Watercolour
roses Love is much like a wild rose, beautiful and calm, but willing to draw blood in its defense.”
vas21 Photography, Colour
roses- a rose speaks thousand words. "The rose speaks of love silently, in a language known only to the heart.”-author unknown
vas21 Painting, Acrylic
Roses In Our Garden
eszter Photography, Colour
Roses aren't Just Red The roses at the Bangalore City Market come in all colours. Orange seems to be Bangalore's favourite.
ajay78 Photography, Colour