Posts tagged art
Posts tagged art
Ross Sawyers, Untitled, 24” x 36”, 2012
I feel like I’ve come across this before, I still think it’s an amazing piece.
Light installations by Otto Piene
Paintings by Carl Melegari
These portraits are absolutely haunting.
Prime Hex by Marius Watz.
i love the pile of transformers(?) in the corner.
Seeing more and more fluorescent art pop up on tumblr these days.
Luminescence by Hans Kotter
There’s something about composed luminescence that I find captivating. Light does move. It moves faster than we can see but on some level we know it’s in motion. A piece like this bottles that energy, that knowledge and makes us ponder it.
It’s also really badass.
I love this piece. Rarely does fluorescent art convey this kind of kinesis.
Fluorescent light is only ugly because we make it so.
A Primary Picture, 1969.
Untitled (for Robert, with fond regards) 2, 1977.
Dan Flavin taught us fluorescent light could also be art.
New by Banksy: A New York delivery truck converted into a mobile garden (includes rainbow, waterfall and butterflies).
Bryan Tarnowski. Emptied Gestures.
Utilizing her body movements, Heather Hansen creates breathtaking, large scale charcoal paintings. In 2012 she began experimenting with kinetic drawing and has been searching for ways to combine her passion for visual art and dance. The idea for the series ‘Emptied Gestures’ was sparked on a trip to the beach. Whilst dancing on the beach she noticed that the lines carved in the sand by her turns had an interesting quality. She explains her work as follows: ‘Emptied Gestures is an experiment in kinetic drawing. In this series, I am searching for ways to download my movement directly onto paper, emptying gestures from one form to another and creating something new in the process.’