Monthly Archives: February 2012

Josh Keyes

Josh Keyes is an artist who takes a more empirical/scientific view (at least in imagery) on enviromental paintings. He’s pretty great, and here is his website – Josh Keyes

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Drew Young

A pretty great figurative painter/mixed media artist (mixed mediast?) who focuses on lost and found adolescence. Some of the paintings are pretty dark. And hey, he has raw wood in the back of his paintings maybe I should take some … Continue reading

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The Art of Clean Up

This doesn’t really have much to do with me, or anyone really in the class (that I can think of anyways) but it is pretty cool. A German artist, Ursus Werhli, is the artist/organizer of these photographs. I couldn’t find … Continue reading

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Oslen Zander

This Welsh-born artist wraps pieces of fabric around trees to continue the horizon that the trunks obscure. Some of them are pretty awesome. Olsen Zander’s website can be found here.

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Color Mixing by OK Go!

Just in case some of you have forgotten, here are the three primary colors as explained on Sesame Street. And because for some reason I can’t post the video on the blog, here’s a link. Sesame Street: OK Go – Three … Continue reading

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Amy Shackleton

Here is a pretty neat artist who is working with abstracted architectural and natural forms. Check her out! If you want to see more of her paintings, just click here.

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Really great images by Brice Bischoff – Bronson Caves:   

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This is the new Ralph Steadman poster that is in my living room. I went on Youtube and looked up Ralph Steadman drawing, and I saw how he drew the Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas title. Then I saw this: … Continue reading

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Wendy Red Star

When we had the critique with Wendy Red Star, and I told her about the hoop paintings, she reminded me of the Native American hoop dancers who dance with many hoops at a time (currently I can only manage one). … Continue reading

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Claire Morgan

Made of Dandelion seeds, a taxidermy heron, nylon, lead, and acrylic…crazy. http://www.claire-morgan.co.uk/Pedestal(2277681).htm

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