Layer Up

17 Artworks

Multifaceted and three-dimensional, these works highlight the art of layering up.

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Stand by Amelia Midori Miller
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Merge by Teresa Christiansen
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The One That Got Away by Blake Aaseby
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Mesh by Teresa Christiansen
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Meditation 038 by Chioma Ebinama
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The Entrance Stone by Will Hutnick
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Diamond Overtakes Diamond by Aschely Vaughan Cone
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Free Hold by Will Hutnick
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Red Fall by Santiago Ascui
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Tethers 2 by Alex Diamond
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Day Map OC518 by Evan Venegas
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Heat Breeze by Jessica Simorte
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Window...Look Out by Adrian Kay Wong
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Anicca - SR 5 by Misato Suzuki
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Caras Infinitas by Rachel Levit Ruiz
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Double Direct by Jessica Simorte
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Untitled by Ferris McGuinty

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