Sunday, 7 July 2013
Now this is an artist !!! Imaginative, adventurous, experimental and prodigious.
Among other things Diane works with intaglio, oil paint, wax, pyrography and also makes an artists book or two
Based in Australia - you will have to go visit Diane's website to see more as I was only able to grab one of her images.
Monday, 20 May 2013
"No Way Out" Celeste Pierson inkjet and intaglio (no size given) 2008
I like the subject of this image - it seems to go well with the title - that sense of being trapped, I feel that the choice of techniques just so well suits the intentions of the artist..
This particular piece by Celeste seems to be a one off - as in there are no further pieces of this ilk (sp?)
but her website features other works as in paintings artist books and other printmaking pieces.
Tuesday, 12 February 2013
I have long admired the work of this artist, Lynne Allen (U.S.A.) and am delighted to share this wonderful work. I have always loved the first image "Wind Woman"............... absolutely gorgeous !!!!
Conflict Journal. 17" x 17". Digital print,relief printing, sewing. 2006
Hook 17" x 17" Digital print, embossing 2006
Detail Prey 22" x 60" Digital print, handwork 2000
Sunday, 9 September 2012
Really like Rebecca's work.
These appear to have been made before 2009 so hopefully she has done more since?
see a bit more of her work on her Flickr album
Sunday, 19 February 2012
Agata Derda is a recent discovery through viewing the latest international exchange portfolio on the Shy Rabbit website. Charming name isn't it?!. It seems Agata was born in Poland and studied for her first degree in Ireland.
She is just about to undertake her Masters back in Canada where she has lived for aa good few years by now.She has interesting things to say about people and making art. Have a look at her website
Sunday, 23 October 2011
I like these two prints by Anthony Holmquist who is an
Assistant Professor (B.F.A. University of Nebraska; M.F.A. Colorado State University), where he teaches courses in printmaking and foundations, among others.
Wednesday, 6 April 2011
Are these not beautiful? Lisa is an artist who makes very beautiful complex artworks , using all sorts of techniques. I was a fellow exhibitor with Lisa in an exhibition in Falun, Sweden in 2007. Her work in that show was one of the pieces I particularly liked - it was a series of pieces of about A4 size that were exhibited as an installation with the suitcase they came in, as part of the work. Hers a link to the work in that exhibition - it shows the entire exhibition, which was held in Falun I have been meaning to do a post on here of her work for ages.
You really have to go to her website to get an idea of where she is coming from, or you can just enjoy the works as you view them - because that's how they are - to be looked at and intellectually, so to speak, consumed. Here's her website http://www.lisabulawsky.com/