Artist Kelly Rene Jelinek uses fragments of upholstery fabric to create life-size faux taxidermy of deer, moose, buffalo and other animals. After spending her childhood reading fairy tales, she says she now finds herself trying to make real life more magical through the artworks she creates.
Zemer Peled examines beauty and brutality in the natural world in works formed of thousands of hand crafted ceramic shards constructed into sculptures and installations.
NOTE: Here is the link to the actual exhibition in 2017 (this post was just an announcement of the event to come) The Tate Britain has just announced it will mount the most extensive retrospective in 30 years on David Hockney’s work in 2017, the year of the […]
This brilliant exhibit flows from photographer Thomas Kiefer’s decade as a part-time janitor at a U.S. Customs and Border Patrol Facility in Arizona. Disturbed by the volume of discarded food, clothing and belongings of migrants and smugglers – some after seizure by immigration and customs, the rest simply […]
Renowned Canadian artist John Hartman is an expert in drypoint, a rare printmaking technique that originated in 15th Century Germany.
The Urban Sketchers cooperative hosts fascinating works by sketchers all over the world, often with back stories told in the artist’s comments. Here is a typical selection, with links to each original narrative.