Monday, May 31, 2010

Thank you...



Monika Dalkin



These mixed media pieces are by artist Monika Dalkin. To see more of her work go to her website.

Kalliope Amorphous



These haunting "self-potrait" images are by Rhode Island artist Kalliope Amorphous. To see more of her work go to her website.

Priscilla Hollingsworth



These ceramic vessels are by Georgia artist Priscilla Hollingsworth. To see more of her work go to the Augusta State University page.

Friday, May 28, 2010

Hush


These amazing piece of graffiti is by London-based artist Hush.

Mark Langan



These "upcycled" cardboard art pieces are by artist Mark Langan. Each piece is built through a process of cutting, layering, and sealing with a non-toxic glue. To see more of his work go his website.

Rachel Timmins



These oxidized silver objects are by artist Rachel Timmins. To see more of her work go to her website.

Craig Dongoski



These intricate pen on wood pieces are by artist Craig Dongoski. To see more of his work go to his website.

Thursday, May 27, 2010


Kathy Wegman and Tom Wegman



"Tom and Kathy Wegman are willing to bead almost anything with thousands of colorful seed beads and other jewels. They transform mundane objects into something full of sparkle, color, and humor. Lighthearted words and comical statements enhance many of the pieces. Using 450 colors of seed beads, the Wegman’s create elaborate patterns on the surface of telephones, irons, toasters, even a vacuum cleaner. The question is always “what is next?”" - Thirteen Moons Gallery

To see more of their work to to Synderman Works Gallery.

Michael Sowa



These pieces are by well-known German artist Michael Sowa. I love his whimsy!

Ingrid Hendrix



"In my work, I use the human figure along with religious and animal imagery to explore the depths of human consciousness and its unconscious roots. These pieces transform from human to animal and from conscious to unconscious. I use the human body to convey the vulnerabilities that we all have in common and the animal aspects to show our instinctual nature. I try to reveal what lies underneath the surface of every human being. Frequently, I concentrate on the female form and the "Great Mother Archetype". I use her as a representation of all women. She is good and evil, nurturing and destructive, chaste and titillating. She contains many such dualities as does every woman and every human being." - Ingrid Hendrix

To see more of her ceramic work go to her website.

Wednesday, May 26, 2010

Love the walls...



Jaq Belcher



These intricate papercut pieces are by artist Jaq Belcher. To see more of her work go to her website.

Charissa Brock



"Bamboo, rocks, and wax linen thread are used to create my sculptures, which contain references to tools, weapons, and musical instruments. In the abstract objects I create, I incorporate a continuous narrative of my own internal culture, one that includes all cultures I am exposed to. Referencing the objects of the past through knots, interwoven lines, and stacking systems, I am creating a story of culture in hopes of calling to mind the story in us all." - Charissa Brock

To see more of her work go to her website.

Juha Arvid Helminen



These amazing images are by Finnish arist Juha Arvid Helminen. To see more of his work go to his DeviantArt page.

Tuesday, May 25, 2010


Uwe Berger



These jewelry pieces are by German artist Uwe Berger. To see more of his work go to his website.

Miquel Wert



These oil and charcoal pieces are by Spanish artist Miquel Wert. To see more of his work go to his website.