Strasbourg, France based artist Jubss Lili Contraseptik has a unique style which relies upon patterns, both geometric and organic, to create the overall composition. Beautiful!
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Today I’m admiring the watercolors of Francesco Clemente, an Italian artist whose work has morphed quite dramatically throughout the decades. While Clemente doesn’t have a lot of watercolors in his portfolio, I think that they are among some of his most exquisite work.
See more of Clemente’s work here.
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Like a quilter, artist Joe Kievitt takes a few simple geometrical elements and repeats them over and over again. Kievitt is really good at juxtaposing bright contrasting patterns and colors next to one another.
To see more of this artist’s work, visit the previous post “Joe Kievitt sings between the lines.”
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The body art on these women has me captivated.
These pieces are by Moscow, Russia based artist Pokras Lampas who devotes his artistic practice to extending traditional calligraphy onto the body and into the streets. Lampas’ urban-style aesthetic feels unusually fresh and bold.
To see more of this artist’s work, visit his Behance site.
If . . . → Read More: Body and street calligraphy by Pokras Lampas
Palindrome 2013, pencil crayon on paper, 44″ x 50″
Does our hair serve a purpose beyond adorning us? Canada based artist Winnie Truong explores this issue in her latest series “A Slow Immersion.” Using color pencil on paper, Truong depicts hair as an object of comfort, a veil to hide behind, a living . . . → Read More: “A Slow Immersion” drawings by Winnie Truong
I love the work of London based artist Peggy Wolf. Wolf recently collaborated with Danish knitwear designer Iben Høj creating a series of illustrations for the Autumn/Winter 2013 lookbook (see the last image in this post).
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I love the energy of these paintings/drawings by Helsinki, Finland based artist Kristiina Uusitalo. If you like these, check out her large portfolio of landscapes on her website.
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Portland, Maine based artist Clint Fulkerson creates intricate geometrical patterns using only lines. Working with graphite (or ink) on paper, Fulkerson begins each drawing with a starting condition and a set of rules. As he works, when a creative decision outside the initial set of rules must be made, he responds intuitively. Thus the final . . . → Read More: “Gray Nebula” graphite drawings by Clint Fulkerson
Morula III, 1983-1984 Lithograph with hand additions on Japanese handmade Toyoshi paper 42 in. x 32 1/2 in. (106.68 cm x 82.55 cm)
detail of above image
I love the work of New York based artist Terry Winters that I just found online at the Colby Museum of Art. Clusters of spirals, knots, . . . → Read More: Work by Terry Wilson
The works of artist Sky Kim take on a life of their own, snaking down the wall, writhing across the floor, extending as long as 30 feet. Drawing upon the experience of losing her twin sister at birth, Kim creates these dense organic forms which appear to undulate before your eyes. When asked about . . . → Read More: Watercolor scrolls by Sky Kim