Over the weekend, many different outlets shared views of the September 11 tragedy. Artists have also expressed their feelings over the years and Googling for artist 9/11 tributes will return thousands of 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.
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.
Featured Sculpture by Ron Gilad
On first seeing images of Ron Gilad’s sculpture, I payed no attention to the actual physical dimensions and assumed these pieces were much larger than they are. After seeing images of his exhibitions I realized how intriguing this intentional play on scale would be to experience in person.
The Art of Data Visualization by Aaron Koblin
Aaron Koblin, part software programmer and part artist, creates fascinating works by creating visual interfaces to digest various types of data. You may have seen one of his projects circulating virally around the web.
A Powerful User Participation Installation
Whether you agree with the moral stance presented here or not, this is one of the most powerful installations that I seen.
Pixelated Sculpture by Shawn Smith
Shawn Smith’s sculpture are 3D representations of low resolution images and have the appearance I have zoomed in too much. I am fascinated at the detail he has put into these creations, capturing the pixelated color variation that screens use to display color.