Sculptures by Hein Koh

Sculptures by Hein Koh

↑Photos of the artworks by Dan BradicaPortrait of Hein Koh by Lindsay Dye Primarily a sculptor, Hein Koh‘s work explores sexuality, fantasy, and feminism with a heavy surrealist streak. Koh describes her sculptures as “a balance between the beautiful and...
Small Sculptures by Ron Nagle

Small Sculptures by Ron Nagle

Ron Nagle‘s statement: “For over fifty years I have been making small objects mostly out of clay, which, in the beginning, had reference to ceramic vessels. Over the years my work has evolved to forms which are less referential to pottery but still...
Works by Haegue Yang

Works by Haegue Yang

Haegue Yang (born December 12, 1971), is a South Korean artist who lives and works in Berlin and Seoul. Yang’s work is all about hybrid combinations that challenge different notions such as crafts vs. modernity, real vs. supernatural, geometric vs. organic. For...
New Works in Paper by Elsa Mora

New Works in Paper by Elsa Mora

Today I’m sharing this series of eight paper pieces titled Mindscapes, (16″ x 19″ each). They are part of the new work that I’ve created for my upcoming solo exhibition at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art in Eugene, Oregon. The exhibit will...
Sculptures by Tyler Beard

Sculptures by Tyler Beard

In Tyler Beard‘s words: “My work investigates the interaction of color, material, geometry, and image. In each composition I seek a soothing formalism in which each part is necessary for the whole.  The work is meticulously edited, arranged and rearranged,...
Wooden Sculptures by Andrew Zimmerman

Wooden Sculptures by Andrew Zimmerman

Andrew Zimmerman‘s work is governed by a process he invents, and re-invents, to create painted marks and assembled constructions. Each body of work often looks distinct from the previous collection, but the underlying pursuit is consistent — to discover and...

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