Being the owner of an almost always dirty car, I would love to have the artist Scott Wade transform my windshield into one of these amazing landscapes.
From Wade’s website:
Scott lives on a mile and a half of dirt road – caliche, as the locals call it, road-base: a blend of limestone dust . . . → Read More: Dirty car art by Scott Wade
6 Species 2011 22"h x 40"l x 8"d Photo: Eric Tadsen
I just ran into these spectacular glass sculptures created by Madison (Wisconsin) based artist Shayna Leib. In Lieb’s Wind and Water series, she gives visual form to wind and water by focusing on the patterns that they create. Each of her pieces takes . . . → Read More: “Wind and Water” glass sculptures by Shayna Leib
I’ve lived in Northern California for the past 15 years and never knew this place existed! It’s called Glass Beach and its origins are nearly as fascinating as the millions of colorful glass stones lying on its beach.
In 1949, the area now known as Glass Beach, became a public dump; old cars, appliances, . . . → Read More: The amazing story of Glass Beach on the Mendocino Coast of California
work by Graham Caldwell
Brooklyn-based artist Graham Caldwell creates glass-based installations which explore issues about surveillance, threat and self-obsession. Using many separate glass parts, usually mounted to a wall by metal fastenings, Caldwell arranges the glass objects so that they reflect off each other and mirror the space in the gallery as well as . . . → Read More: Graham Caldwell sculpts more than the man in the mirror