Inspiring archive for 2017-12-11

Artist Spotlight: Lauren Marx

(12 months ago)
A selection of recent work by artist Lauren Marx from St. Louis, Missouri. Click here for previous post. More images below.  

The mountain will tell me when I am old

(12 months ago)
I have chosen a mountain to define my limits. In 1989 (I was just over 40yrs and I had already published The Alchemist and The Pilgrimage in Brasil), I was on my second sacred pilgrimage in the Pyrenees. I saw a mountain in the distance called Pic du Gez and I said, ‘okay, I have […]

Artist Spotlight: John Guy Petruzzi

(12 months ago)
Artist and naturalist John Guy Petruzzi explores issues of climate change, declining biodiversity and habitat loss through a series of intense watercolours. Working on synthetic paper, traditional pigments take on new meaning, reflecting a layered and illusory experience that parallels the jarring environmental imbalance with which Petruzzi’s work is concerned. As he explains: “On synthetic … Continued

Artist Spotlight: Daniel Rich

(12 months ago)
Artist Daniel Rich collects photographs from the Internet and newspapers which he then translates into paintings as a way of bringing attention to the social and political narratives implicit in mediated images. Check out more of Rich’s work below. All Images Courtesy of the Artist.  

Artist Spotlight: Barlo

(12 months ago)
New work from Hong Kong-based artist Gian Barlo aka Barlo (previously featured here), including a new wall for the Porwli by Nature festival in Port Luis, Mauritius. As he shared with us: “It was a bit of a mission with the street being very messy and was painted over 4 crazy nights. Despite that I … Continued

Artist Spotlight: Steve Kim

(12 months ago)
Recent work from Seoul, South Korea-born Oxford, Mississippi-based artist and illustrator Steve Kim (previously featured here). See more images below.  




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