Posts tagged " sculpture "

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The Perfectly Moody Collages, Paintings, & Photography of Brooklyn’s Sarah Zar

August 24th, 2015 Posted by Art, Collage, Featured, Interviews, Mixed Media, New York No Comment yet

From collages to mixed media, we delve into the mind of an artist whose cerebrality matches her art. 3 words? Intense, pointed, & brilliant.

Paper Sculptures by Bay Area Artist Mary Button Durell

August 3rd, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

At first glance these works look nothing like paper, they appear more like otherworldly creatures. By using paper and wheat paste, Durell creates organic patterns and shapes that she states, “reconfigure the complexity of the universe into simple materials.” Her older works are mostly white/cream while her newest pieces incorporate color and transparency – the more you stare at them, the more engrossing they become.

Special Feature: Van Gogh to Modernism, 3D Printing & The Evolution of Art

March 13th, 2015 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Is this trend set to be some new kind of Modernism – an enlightened age ostensibly for the masses but set out of common reach by its heady and hyper-educated progenitors? It would seem not. Better technology is available for less and less money, and more and more people are beginning to familiarize themselves with it.

Perpetual Motion: Jeffrey Zachmann’s Kinetic Sculptures

October 6th, 2014 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Jeffrey Zachmann is an artist from Fergus Falls, Minnesota, who specializes in a form of industrial sculpture, combining found pieces of scrap metal, wire, and chain.

Lionel Smit (Cape Town, South Africa)

March 21st, 2013 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Lionel Smit is an artist with a skill set that transcends mediums. Out of Cape Town, South Africa Smit’s work features faces. Mostly women, these visages aren’t mere portraits but rather reflections of sentiment standing apart from time and experiences. Causes have been hung out to dry leaving us only with the effect.

Jason De Caires Taylor (Cancun, Mexico)

April 3rd, 2012 Posted by Art, Featured 1 comment

While these artificial reefs help replace the increasingly damaged ones, they do so in an eery way.

Yanni Floros (Adelaide, Australia)

March 23rd, 2012 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

“As we build more and invent more, are we helping our humanity or are we robbing ourselves of it?” – Yanni Floros

Oscar Yaquian (Chicago, IL)

October 27th, 2011 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

“If it’s a severed head, I’m going to be very upset.”