jennifermehigan.tumblr the publication of some of my work for enclave store’s new e-presse is now available online! huge thanks + photo credit to Kyle Coble :) 3 days ago May 20, 2013 Painting Linkbar2 Linkbar António Olaio - The Sorrows of Electricity - Galeria Filomena Soares - Lisbon McDermott and McGough - Suspicious of rooms without music or atmosphere - Cheim and Read - New York Mitja Ficko - Das Ende vom Labyrinth - Galerie Zink - Berlin Portfolio These are pictures of some past work Website Designed by Susan McMahon © 2013 at Homestead™ Get a Website and List Your Business Louise Zhang Tomorrow is the last day of PLOMP @arterealgallery. Friday/Saturday 11-5pm. One of the things that’s great about art is its attentiveness to, and affirmation of littleness, failure and weakness, its enthusiasm for imperceptible. — MINIMAL DOMINATION by Justin Clemens Housemate and I are going to learn this dance and it will be our walk.
Interview: Jeff Nishinaka - Relief Paper Sculpture Artist Los Angeles native Jeff Nishinaka is a relief paper sculpture artist who has a stunning array of work that needless to say can blow anyone away. His portfolio spans a wide range including Bloomingdale’s, Sprint, Visa, Penn State University, Paramount Pictures and Coca Cola. Over the years he has found various techniques in how to manipulate and bend paper to make these magnificent masterpieces. I’m really happy to have him featured on our site since he is one of my favorite paper artists! Also be sure to check out the videos of the artist in action! Lisson Gallery Jason Martin effects oscillations between sculpture and painting, with the vigour of action painting but a controlled hand. He is perhaps best known for his monochromatic paintings, where layers of oil or acrylic gel are dragged across hard surfaces such as aluminium, stainless steel or Plexiglas with a fine, comb-like piece of metal or board in one movement, often repeated many times. Striations catch the light, their rhythmic textures suggestive of the ridges in a vinyl record, strands of wet hair, the grain of a feather – and whose titles flirt with association (Comrade, Amphibian, Corinthian). Martin does away with paint altogether in his wall-mounted casts of copper, bronze and nickel, whose surfaces are unctuous but frozen.
Learn How to Draw Grass, Pencil Drawing Lesson Use of Negative Drawing in Art The title of this article is really too specific as the techniques described here apply as much to the drawing of hair as to grass. This is also an introduction to the use of "negative" drawing - drawing around white space, which only exists in your mind until you surround it with positive marks. I will cover "negative drawing" in more detail in a later article. So, what is "negative" drawing? Paddles On! Paddles ON! x UNPAINTED Last week, the Paddles ON! crew traveled to Munich for UNPAINTED, the first-ever international fair dedicated to media art. Girl in Bath eating Food Taking a Bath in Hitler’s Tub for Vogue Just hours after Adolf Hitler committed suicide on April 30th, 1945, former fashion model and Vogue correspondent, Elizabeth (Lee) Miller was photographed taking a bath in his tub. Miller had been...
Ruth Asawa The Gorgeous Daily Browse: Home / Art / Ruth Asawa Enlaces Ruth Asawa By admin on 08/08/2012 Related posts Stunning Portraits Of The World’s Remotest Tribes Before They Pass Away (46 pics) Living in a concrete box with hot water pouring from the tap, a refrigerator cooling our food and wi-fi connecting us to the rest of the world, we can barely imagine a day in a life of, say, Tsaatan people. They move 5 to 10 times per year, building huts when the temperature is -40 and herding reindeer for transportation, clothing and food. “Before They Pass Away,” a long-term project by photographer Jimmy Nelson, gives us the unique opportunity to discover more than 30 secluded and slowly vanishing tribes from all over the world. [Read more...] Spending 2 weeks in each tribe, Jimmy became acquainted with their time-honoured traditions, joined their rituals and captured it all in a very appealing way.
Traditional Pinup Photos with Splashes of Milk as Clothes Captured with High-Speed Photography Inspired by the classic pin-ups of the 1940’s and 1950’s, photographer Jaroslav Wieczorkiewicz came up with a current version of those iconic posters. The twist introduced by the London based lensman was to use a highly unusual substance to cloth his models. Wieczorkiewicz used milk, (yes the kind you get from cows) along with high speed photography to capture the drink while being poured over his scantily clad (or near naked) models. He snapped hundreds of photos of every pose while pouring actual milk over the ladies, producing some unbelievable shots. All of the images of milk splashing on these women are real, with each of the milk ‘dresses” worn by the pretty models produced thru a layering process using dozens of different photographs. The photos were created in the absence of any illustrations, CGI, and Photoshop.