Moxhay is a London based artist and has been exhibiting since 2002. Her latest series, Interiors, creates impossible compositions of ruin.
Featured Illustration by Sandra Dieckmann
Sandra Dieckmann melds color, texture and pattern beautifully into to each of her illustrations. I especially enjoy how well she mixes organic textures and geometric shapes each piece.
Still Films, Noel Myles
Photography by Jacob Sutton
Jacob Sutton captures beautifully haunting images in his exhibition photography. Sutton works in color for his commercial work, but sticks to black and white or monochromatic photography for his exhibition work.
Today’s photography is by Mi-Figues who stages interesting scenes or situations to photograph.
Artwork of Jim Denevan
Jim Denevan creates huge, large scale works of art in sand, earth, ice and more. These works are almost always massive and can measure in miles or kilometers rather than yards or meters.
20 Most Read Posts from 2011
As 2011 ends and we begin 2012, I want to reflect on the most read post of the last year. Here is a collection of the 20 most read posts written in 2011.
Abstract Composite Images by Sylvia Armstrong
I am really digging this artwork by Sylvia Armstrong. Armed with various cameras and iOS devices, she creates fantastic abstract composite images with her photography.
Painterly Photography by Alexa Meade
The artwork of Alexa Meade is certainly much more than my title suggests and lives somewhere between photography, painting and performance. These illusionistic installations require tedious attention to detail to pull off such a wonderful visual effect.