Abigail Reynolds is an artist based in London and has been exhibiting her artwork around the world since Y2K, remember that mess? Anyway, Reynolds latest work is constructed from primarily from found book images to construct a new composition. I really enjoy the way she plays with color and composition as she allows her work to break free from the confines of the square or rectangle.
Willem Claassen – Static and Kinetic Sculpture Installations
Willem Claassen fabricates large static and kinetic sculpture installations. What I find interesting about Claassen’s artwork is, first, the kinetic sculpture.
Mosaic Works by Richard Pearse
Richard Pearse is a New Zealand artist who currently lives in a shed in Patea, South Taranaki and he has some wonderful wooden mosaic works.
The “Remarkable” Art of Bill Talsma
Bill Talsma’s most recent artwork comments on rewards we receive for insignificant or trivial things that we do. These pieces question what is truly remarkable or worthy of an award.
First Look at Today in Art Flickr Group
I recently setup a new Today in Art Flickr group and have been overwhelmed with the quality and variety of the participation. The purpose of this group is to find new artists on Flickr to feature on todayinart.com. So, I wanted to create this post to thank those who are participating already and encourage new folks to join.
Mixed Media Artwork by Wil Murrary
Wil Murray’s mixed media artwork blurs the lines between disciplines as well as genres. These pieces have an identify complex that I love.
Sculpture by Kostis Velonis
Kostis Velonis creates sculpture, often times influenced from other places or works, and constructed from found objects, wood and other materials.
Bronze Sculpture by Jud Bergeron & Joe Sorren
Jud Bergeron has some wonderful small sculpture that he created in collaboration with a favorite painter of mine, Joe Sorren.
Playfully Scary Art by Jeremy Fish
The artwork of Jeremy Fish is playfully scary and just plain fun to look at. Most of his art is rich with graphic detail with a minimal color palette. When viewing his work online you will immediately get his angle by the URL of his website, sillypinkbunnies.com.