‘Modern Women/Modern Vision’ Celebrates the 20th Century’s Most Influential Photographers

 Photography #art history #exhibition #portraits #street photography June 30, 2022 Grace Ebert Sandy Skoglund (American, b. 1946), “Revenge of the Goldfish” (1981), Cibachrome print. Bank of America Collection. Image © 1981 Sandy Skoglund One of the more accessible mediums, photography has long been an entry point for those relegated to the periphery of the art world, and a group exhibition on view now at the Denver Art Museum celebrates those who helped develop and define the genre as it grew throughout the 20th Century. Modern Women/Modern Vision features more…

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Evan Weselmann – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Love these paintings by Minneapolis-based artist Evan Weselmann. Taking the idea of “inbetweens” from animation, Weselmann’s still lifes depict drooping and fluid flowers alongside conventional artist materials like paint tubes and brushes. Caught in a state of transformation, the paintings are equal parts in the act of growth and decay. See more images below! Source link

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Eric Louie – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

Artist Eric Louie has been practicing art full time since graduating from ACAD (Alberta University of the Arts) in 2002. He moved to Vancouver ten years ago and has worked with Elissa Cristall Gallery, and now currently Bau-Xi Gallery. While Louie’s paintings are cerebral and abstract, they often allude to the natural order of things and incorporate aspects of landscape, still life, portraiture, and architecture. The result is a sculptural melding of organic and geometric elements with digital aesthetics at the forefront. Eric Louie is one of ten artists we…

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Invisible Forces Vibrate and Quiver within Elaborately Constructed Fields of Magnets

 Design Science #magnets #physics #sound #video  Elaborately configured grids and systems capitalize on the immense power of neodymium magnets to visualize the invisible. A new collaborative video from Magnet Tricks and Magnetic Games demonstrates how shifting a single element can set an entire design in motion, prompting each component to shake and vibrate in response. A visually mesmerizing example of basic physics, the project is also a study of sound and its manipulable patterns, so make sure you turn your volume up. (via The Kids Should See This)…

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Turtles, Ducklings, and Pheasants Comprise an Adorable Menagerie of Miniatures by Fanni Sandor

 Art Craft #animals #miniature #nature All images © Fanni Sandor, shared with permission Hungary-based artist Fanni Sandor (previously) expands her already minuscule menagerie with even tinier creatures. Using polymer clay, feathers, fur, and other materials, Sandor sculpts biologically accurate miniatures at a 1:12 scale, and many of her recent pieces include newborns and adolescents: a trio of joeys cling to their mother’s back, a chick slurps a worm, and a duckling grasps a monarch in its bill. Sandor shares more of the adorable animals and information on which are…

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