Posts Tagged ‘people’

swimming pool


Here’s a fun project. Made for the 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art in Kanazawa, Japan, here is essentially a fake swimming pool. Argentinian artist Leandro Erlich is the brains behind this piece. Two sheets of acrylic glass are placed a foot apart and filled with water atop a would-be swimming pool. On the top […]

Ella Amitay Sadovsky incorporates acrylic, oil, and upholstery fabric in these paintings, providing much to take in at once without confusing the viewer. The overlay of busy patterns on interior scenes, not to mention the inclusion of figurative action are focal points on their own that also work extremely well cohesively. Value shifts in the […]

I recently discovered Dawid Misiorny, a photographer born in Poland whose photographs convey moments from all over.  Varying the composition from limited close ups to circumspect distant views, Dawid’s photographs are essentially candid records of an unaware subject, often in private situations. Found here. Images via his website.

Liisa Kruusmägi is a young Estonian artist who draws mostly color..more recently over photographic images. I like her use of line and incorporation of photographic media in the 2nd and 4th image. found here.

I love the way Anthony Cudahy portrays people in his work, realistically rendered yet not hiding the presence of his hand.  Some of his works are derivative of novels, like Milan Kundera’s The Unbearable Lightness of Being, one of my favorite books. The following images are from a project titled ‘i understand nothing.’ From an […]