Happy Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead). “What Will You Leave Behind?” A project by Thai artist, Nino Sarabutra, features over 100,000 miniature porcelain skulls installed as gallery floor for guests to walk on. Tread lightly!
It’s easy to get lost wandering through the array of spectacular work on Kate MccGwire’s website. From feathers to bones to gunpowder, she infuses magic into her mesmerizing pieces.
Gorgeous installation of collected wish flowers….look up and dream!
My Eviscera installation is included in “Remembrance of Things Past,” a juried show featuring the works of 50 New Jersey artists. On view September 8th, 2011 to February 15th 2012 at Gallery 14 Maple, part of the Arts Council of Morris. Opening reception on September 8th from 6-8pm. An impressive array of art, exhibited inContinue reading “remembrance”
The opening reception for Eviscera was great! Despite the bad weather it was a good turnout of people. I even sold my book, Blub Blub Blub! Here is a pic of my installation from the Eviscera series. EVISCERA, 2010-11 Paper lithography on muslin with mixed media Dimensions variable Origin: c.1600, from Latin verb ēviscerāre,–e (ex)Continue reading “Print Installation”
i was tickled pink when i stumbled on this great outdoor art installation/sculpture while web surfing. it was created by a group called gelitin, which is comprised of 4 artists. the artists spent 5 years knitting a giant pink rabbit which resides in a small town near the italian alps. the rabbit was created aContinue reading “big happiness”
Edina Tokodi is an artist that creates green graffiti, using moss, grass, plants incorporated into urban spaces. love this! more work on the site – http://www.mosstika.com/