Monthly Archives: February 2016
Stella Clarke’s ‘Nostalgia’ paintings pique the memories of 1950’s-60’s Victorian beach holidaymakers. Born in England, she lives in Australia. See Blogroll for a link.
Portuguese architectural practice, Branco Cavaleiro Architects’ work, including a rowing centre, residences, a performance centre & a hotel. See Blogroll for a link.
Rowing Center, Viana do Castelo, Portugal / House Cabedelo, Cabedelo | Viana do Castelo, Portugal / Surf Hight Performance Center, Cabedelo, Viana do Castelo, Portugal / House Areosa, Areosa | Viana […]
H Furniture’s LOOM collection of furniture with woven cord upholstery, designed in part, with Ptolemy Mann. They are based in London. See Bogroll for a link.
All furniture comes in other colours of cord / Loom high stool / Loom Walnut Chair / Loom low stool by Ptolemy Mann / Loom chair by Ptolemy Mann
Like mouldering leaf tissue: traces of beauty in nature are created in the gold & silver objects by Claire Malet, UK. See Blogroll for a link.
Indistinct imagery – ‘as the wish is the unconscious as an open work’. Italian, Emme Divi’s photography. See Bogroll for a ink.
Digital warp & suffused colour: notable work by digital image artist & printmaker, Nadine Tropschuh, UK. See Blogroll for a link to her site.
Album cover (development) for the band ‘Groves’ / Printed perspex sheets, photographed in a studio with a very long exposure. / “>Imaginary Worlds series: screenprints / “Apple-style-span”>Underground Railroad Letterpress, Logo […]
Navajo potter, Wallace Nez Jr., uses a sgraffito technique of applying coloured layers of clay & cutting a pattern in the soft clay to reveal the underlying colour. He then expertly paints imagery on the surface. Images from various sources.
To read more on Wallace Nez Jr.’s background go to: http://www.southwestart.com/articles-interviews/featured-artists/artistry-in-clay
Harumi Ikushima’s murrine glass vessels & a glass case. See Blogroll for a link to the KotoKoto site (under IH) which supplies her work.
‘Among the many steps of creating blown murrine, I especially enjoy the quiet part of the process, like deciding the color and design of the cane, or making the canes, […]