New Brunswick artist Natasha Miller’s East Coast art is a refreshing combination of charcoal and primary colours. She creates black and white silhouette seascapes and landscapes using homemade maple charcoal from her mobile Italian wood fired pizza oven and acrylic paint used for the fine details.
Joasia Fidler-Wieruszewska created this “Doodle Land” book as her Master’s final project at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw, illustrating with felt pen how a metropolis operates.
These lush works by Dutch photographer Hans Withoos are typical of creations scheduled for next month’s Fashion Art Toronto, a staple over the last decade for its avant-garde art, photography and design.
Laurel Johannesson’s new photo works focus on the underlying theme of ‘being in a state of precarious limbo.” The Oblivion Seekers “are searching for a space where time is suspended, where they can hover in limbo, and temporarily push memory and knowing into oblivion.”
Ukrainian artist Ilona Belous hand forms letters in plasticine, including this one for Easter. See more on her Behance site, here. Happy Easter everyone.