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2017-03-25

WONDERFUL INSTALLATIONS WITH DISCARDED MATERIALS BY MICHELLE STITZLEIN

Michelle Stitzlein is an artist who lives and works in Baltimore, Ohio.
She creates large scale sculpture from recycled materials. Items such as old garden hose, electrical wire, computer cables, piano keys, mini blinds, china shards, license plates, and bottle caps are utilized to create imagery and abstractions born in her imagination.
Through the process of cutting, dismantling and placement, Michelle creates wonderful patterns, mainly inspired by nature. Michelle Says: “The contradiction of ideas surrounding artwork inspired by nature, but created entirely with discarded materials left over from mass consumerism and industrial production, is intriguing to me. It’s something of a full circle story.”
http://www.artgrange.com/index.html










2017-03-24

WONDERFUL ARTISTIC ORNAMENTS AND TEXTURES INTO KAMU’S PAINTINGS

KAMU is a creative union of two artists, Olga and Sergey working under a pseudonym. They live in France.
The works of KAMU giving us the image of a delicate and feminine woman, dipped in a dreamy and rich world of ornaments, textures and patterns that are quotations from the ancient famous artistic expressions. The peculiarity of the technic of the artists is a unique technology of preparation of the canvas with the application of several layers of colors and wax, use of gold leafs and combination of acrylic and oil painting. "
http://artkamu.com











2017-03-23

AMAZING ARTISTIC TEXTILE MANIPULATION BY MICHAEL BRENNAND - WOOD

Michael Brennand - Wood is an amazing visual artist, curator, lecturer. He is internationally regarded as one of the most innovative and inspiring artists working in textiles. His work has a strong focus in exploration of three-dimensional line, structure and pattern. He has persistently worked within contested areas of textile practice, embroidery, pattern, lace and recently floral imagery. Michael has explored and developed his own techniques inventing many new and imaginative ways of integrating textiles with other media.
Examples of Michaels work can be seen in major public, corporate and private collections worldwide including the Victoria and Albert Museum, the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art, Kanazawa and National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. He won The Creative Concept Award in 1987 and The Fine Art Award in 1989 at the International Textile Competition in Kyoto, followed by the first RSA Art for Architecture Award 1990.
http://brennand-wood.com/index.html























2017-03-22

GEOMETRICISM: A WONDERFUL INTERESTING WEBSITE BY DAVID WADE

Geometricism.com is a wonderful website by David Wade, Sculptor, Graphic Artist, Photographer & Author. This platform it’s a mine that present his long-held fascination with the general subject of the role of Geometry in Art. There are also some images taken from some of David’s earlier art projects.
The website is well-organized in various categories: 2D and Patterns, Photo/Graphics, Simple Geometric Patterns, Crystal Forms, Polyhedrality, Islamic Geometricism, Renaissance Geometricism. Very interesting as well the Publications section, with David’s books about geometry, fractals and patterns.
The images I show here come from “2D and Pattern” section.
http://geometricism.com