This Week’s Theme: X-cellence. California artist, Liz Larner, created this bright, shiny, curvy X sculpture as part of the 2013 Nasher XChange: … More
This Week’s Theme: Spirals. Abstract artist and sculptor, Cheryl Williams, created this strikingly simple, yet elegant, spiral sculpture. I love the vibrancy … More
This week’s MotD theme: Tis the Season for Peace In the Village of Ossining New York, sculptor James Havens of Woodville, Ohio, … More
This week’s MotD theme: Golden Yellow Jakarta, Indonesian sculptor, Ichwan Noor, took one of the world’s most iconic cars and turned it … More
I love this piece! Created by local metalworks artist, Tamera Greiter, this piece vibrates with it’s strength, beauty and simplicity. I love how two of the mandalas are implied. In my mind’s eye I can see the rest of the circles. And then the red “mandala” pulls it all together bringing balance to a piece that would be lost with out. Even in the base, she incorporates two open “mandalas.”
In 2014 Tel Aviv architect firm, HQ ARCHITECTS, installed two pairs of these beautiful giant red flowers in Jerusalem’s Vallero Square…and they move! As people stand under them, or the tram arrives, they inflate; when they go away, they deflate.
Wondering what to do with all those run down or broken lead and color pencils? Columbian artist, Federico Uribe, knows … More