Mademoiselle Maurice breathes vivid color into the streets with Rainbow, a colorful array of folded paper origami.
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.
These drawings are created by an artist known as Mr. Frivolous. Armed with pencil and felt pens, Mr. Frivolous creates fantastic portraits of people surrounded by phrases which the person may be saying or thinking.
Martina Nehrling fills paper and canvas with textured slashes and splatters. The paintings are alive with motion as the lines direct your eyes through the vivid dancing colors.
Here is something fun for Friday. Filippo Perin (PHIL) sculpts fantastic small characters and toys from paper.
Hose Me by Janet Lage
It was about this time last year when I first featured Janet Lage’s artwork. Her Hose Me series is now on exhibit at Brown University until September 30th.
Artist Tributes to the Victims of the 9/11 Tragedy
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.
Can Street Art Change the World?
JR began his art career at 15 as a street artist in Paris. After finding a camera in the subway, JR began documenting his street art adventures and pasting his work on the walls of the street.