Our Changing Seas III is the third piece in a series of large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptures by artist Courtney Mattison. The sprawling installation is entirely hand-built and is meant to show the devastating transition coral reefs endure when faced with climate change, a process called bleaching. Ceramics Art, Change Sea, Large Scal, Ceramics Coral, Sea Iii, Courtney Mattison, Reef Sculpture, Climate Change, Coral Reefs
Our Changing Seas: A Ceramic Coral Reef by Courtney Mattison
"John Hoyland is among England’s premier abstract painters. These silkscreens, done in the early 70′s, are an exception to Hoyland’s generally more muscular, scratchy, smeary color field paintings "from dan shepylavy's blog Pastel Colours Paintings, Abstract Art, Abstract Painting Pink, Colors Palettes, 70S Illustration, Colors Fields Painting, John Hoyland, Art Painting, Pastel Art
artist Gene Davis painting the street leading up to the Philadelphia Museum of Art in 1972
sandra fettingis - "new neon" show
olafur eliasson. Light art installation.
Artist Bill FitzGibbons transforms an underutilized 1930s Art Deco underpass in Birmingham, Alabama into a pedestrian-friendly, technicolor lighting installation. More installation photos at the link: http://www.thisiscolossal.com/2013/08/bill-fitzgibbons-lightrails Artists, Lights Art, Lights Installations, Colors, Rainbows, Alabama, Bill Fitzgibbons, Artdeco, Art Deco
Artist Bill FitzGibbons transforms an underutilized 1930s Art Deco underpass in Birmingham, Alabama into a pedestrian-friendly, technicolor lighting installation.
james turrell projects the color inside at UT austin, texas, USA
East side of Mercer Street just below Grand #nyc