|Seeds from all around the world and all around the color wheel.
(Okay, blue seeds are kind of rare.)
|A sampler of earth tones.
|Although you wouldn't usually think of seeds as lending themselves to portraiture, a
surprising number of artist have taken to pushing them in that directions. Manick Sorca
is one of them, as seen in his seed portrait of President Obama.
|Seed beads have a glistening, jewel-like
quality natural seeds cannot match.
|The color value range with seeds, especially those suitable for flesh tones,
makes seeds quite versatile in producing fairly natural looking portraits.
|Vintage Seed catalogs are
as colorful as what they sell.
|Necessary supplies are limited to seeds, white glue, markers, and light cardboard.
|I'm not familiar with this type of seed, but the design is vaguely familiar.
|The Seed of Life, John Malcolm, 3-D digital artist.
|Adam Reynolds, Minnesota artist, Minnesota State Fair.