Fish Triptych. 081810 WIP. ZOMBIE PORTRAIT a drawing of a drawing of a drawing... Neonflames. Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts : Exhibitions : Exhibitions : Michael Jones McKean. Michael Jones McKean | The Rainbow: Certain Principles of Light and Shapes Between Forms Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts | Omaha, Nebraska June 22 - October 28, 2012 Opening Weekend: June 21 - 23, 2012 Public Tour: Friday, June 22 | 6:00 - 7:00pm Panel Discussion: Saturday, June 23 | 5:00 - 6:00pm Opening Reception: Saturday, June 23 | 6:00 - 9:00pm Exhibition and Project Tours: Every Thursday | 6:00pmISC Connects Lecture: Saturday, July 21 Project Statement The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is pleased to present Michael Jones McKean’s The Rainbow: Certain Principles of Light and Shapes Between Forms.
The project creates a simple, but phenomenal visual event — a rainbow in the sky. This commissioned artwork and exhibition represents extensive cross-disciplinary collaboration. McKean is a former artist-in-residence of the Bemis Center and current professor at Virginia Commonwealth University. TheRainbow.org | MichaelJonesMcKean.com August 2010 test. photo: Chris Machian.
Grönlund-Nisunen - Wave of Matter 2012. Oddity Central - Collecting Oddities - Part 7. If you’re looking for a pair of comfortable designer gloves, stay away from Sruli Recht’s pain-inducing mitts.
The Australian designer used an inner lining made of basking shark skin, which features thousands of hook-like scales. From the outside, Sruli Recht’s Lasting Impression looks like a nice and soft basking shark skin glove, but there’s a thorny surprise waiting inside for would-be wearers. The eccentric designer decided to fit the interior of his creation with thousands of sharp hook-like scales, all directed inward. That means the gloves are easy to put on, but literally a pain to take off. “Should you put your hand in, you will discover that the thorns, all directed to slant inward, will lock your hand in place in the manner of ten thousand fishhooks. Color — Method of Action. Canon Pixma: Bringing colour to life.