Arkiv is an amazing painter, sculptor and toy maker. His paintings are rich with color and fluid movement and his toys are sculpted with perfection.
NATSU creates beautiful sculptural installations. These works are constructed from many elaborate and complex lines of beaded wire, sequins and other various materials.
I really enjoy the minimal approach Thomas Rentmeister uses in his artwork. Rentmeister “over uses” a particular item, allowing the mass quantity of his chosen material, become the main voice of the artwork.
Kate MccGuire is creating stunning sculptures and installations using Pigeon feathers. The many layers of intricately placed feathers bring her sculptures to life.
Living somewhere between kinetic sculpture and conceptual robotics, Theo Jansen’s creations are just as visually interesting as they are from a functional perspective. Since I first featured Theo Jansen on Today in Art, there have not been many new photos added. Recently, new photos of Jansen and his creatures have been uploaded. This is exciting and I can’t wait to see where he goes with his work.
Joshua Callaghan has a body of work that is always on the move, working with many materials and methods to create his sculpture. His images applied to public utility boxes is the first work that caught my eye. I loved how “camouflaging” these ordinary eyesores made them more noticeable and intriguing.
Michael Johansson’s sculptures are so tightly compact and organized that the individual items begin to lose their identity. At first glance I think I see and understand all of the element. But, after a longer look I find a shape I did not recognize is a chair, a coffee mug etc.
Ronald Kurniawan draws, paints and sculpts wild and imaginative scenes and characters.