Many artists use materials found in nature for inspiration when creating their works. The end result not only pays homage to the incredible beauty of the natural world, but also transcends it with the artist’s imagination and craftsmanship. The featured artists are represented by Sarah Myerscough Gallery, London. Their works are from the Salon Art… Continue reading The Natural World
Merete Rasmussen – Fluent, 2018 ceramic. J. Lohmann Gallery, NY.
Alexander Calder – Hen, 1943 wood, wire and paint. Christie’s, NY. Not a turkey but a rather expensive hen that sold for more than US$8M.
Lisa Hoke – When The Rains Came, 2018 wire, felt, thread, string, zippers, glue, hardware. Mark Straus Gallery, NY.
On view at Guggenheim Museum in NY through September 12, 2018, Giacometti – a comprehensive exhibition in collaboration with the Giacometti Foundation in Paris. Alberto Giacometti (1906-1966) investigated the human figure in his works of bronze, plaster, oil and drawings. Giacometti was born in the Swiss village of Borgonovo, later moving to Paris in 1922… Continue reading Giacometti
Gary Mirabelle – Torso II, bronze. Stricoff Fine Art, NY.
Iftah Geva – Stool, Carbon Fiber and Wood at Agora Gallery, NY Lyrical Abstraction exhibition.
Naoya – Eurynome, 2015 bronze. Onishi Gallery, NY.
The always inventive Yayoi Kusama’s sculpture – Pumpkin Edition 8, 2014 bronze, in front of Sky luxury apartment building in New York City.
Yayoi Kusama – Festival of Life exhibition at David Zwirner Gallery, NY.