‘A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby’ at the Domino Plant - NYTimes.com
‘A Subtlety, or the Marvelous Sugar Baby’ at the Domino Plant
Inspired by the illustration on the cover of Shel Silverstein's "The Giving Tree" - By Tonya Doughty; I like the idea of picking out a great line in a book and then illustrating it right there on the page for someone...
These 6 Artist Websites Are More Beautiful Than Any Exhibit
Keeping his ideas flowing, constantly pushing his own boundaries, working in a variety of different mediums, Brock Davis really is a creative master. His skills include sculpting, photographing, drawing and, of course, illustrating. Based in Minneapolis, Brock Davis is the creative director over at the agency Carmichael Lynch. While helping …
Make Something Cool Every Day: 2009
LA, New Orleans-based Artist Heather Hansen - "Emptying Gestures is an experiment in kinetic drawing.
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Georgia O'Keeffe 'Wooden Virgin', 1929, Milwaukee Museum of Art, Milwaukee, Wisconsin by hanneorla, via Flickr
This book reveals how all kinds of visual artists (contemporary artists, street artists, photographers and even product designers) are using miniatures and miniaturized worlds in order to create startling situations and memorable images. Would be great for scale art lesson-Oldenburg vs this. Or for lit study of Alice in Wonderland
This book reveals how all kinds of visual artists (contemporary artists, street artists, photographers and even product designers) are using miniatures and miniaturized worlds in order to create startling situations and memorable images. Miniatures and miniaturized settings induce a disquieting experience of distance, and artists use it to explore very contemporary feelings of alienation, displacement and estrangement. But if seeing things from a great distance can make you feel cut off from ...
Miranda July installation at MOCA/LA
artiststudiobuzz: Carmel Jenkin at work in her studio… Artist’s statement I’ve often found in life that my moments of indecision have given way to great upheaval, both internally and in my surrounding world. During these crisis points, the promise of a beautiful outcome is not always apparent. In my art practice, I return to that place of impasse, as I pause, drift or resist along the line that constitutes the female form. My works are principally a series of female nudes, using a variety of media. carmeljenkin-art:
carmel jenkin, at work