Barn pulley and old window

Barn pulley and old window Call today or stop by for a tour of our facility! Indoor Units Available! Ideal for Outdoor gear, Furniture, Antiques, Collectibles, etc.

New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny area between photography and sculpture, functioning both as portraits and as fascinating scientific canvases that make you question the the logic behind the organization of each piece.

New York artist Michael Mapes creates elaborate specimen boxes by dissecting photographs and then compartmentalizing individual fragments within plastic bags, glass vials, magnifiers, in gelatin capsules and on insect pins. The boxes exist in an uncanny

glass purses by philippa beveridge

Glass change purses, filled with quiet traces of mystery contents. They are part of an ongoing series by British artist Philippa Beveridge, titled Lost & Found.

I really like the layering used in this piece, and considering this idea / technique for my fmp

massmoca: Exhibition Making Room is open until January Make sure to stop and see Chloe Ostmos’ installation.

Measuring The Universe, public installation

Measuring the Universe

measuring the universe.Starting as an empty white room, Roman Ondak’s Measuring the Universe at Tate St Ives has grown through the contribution of around participants to a constellation of black marks.

lisa kokin - found image & thread <3

Found images, AND thread? Oh, be still my beating heart! by California based artist Lisa Kokin

Boltanski, Christian - This is a nice idea of how I could present my work. I like that he puts the lights behind the fabric too because it gives it a more spooky effect which could work well with my theme of characters.

Christian Boltansky, Reflexion, 2000 — 400 black mirrors, 9 wheeled racks with suspended transparencies on cloth sheets. Each rack: 83 x 52 x 20 in.

Valentin van der Meulen, a French artist, has made in 2012 and 2013 two beautiful series of portraits called “Unseen” et “Untitled”. The artist turns his black and white portraits into abstract artworks in which he destroys the identity and the faces’ features of each person thanks to charcoal and black stone.

Unseen And Untitled Portraits Series

Valentin van der Meulen - Sans titre 07 - charcoal and black stone on paper - 146 x 97 cm - 2013

Pully frames

The Art of Upcycling at DIY Network Blog Cabin 2015

The Devastation Of Alzheimer’s Portrayed In 5 Years Of Self-Portraits By Suffering Artist | DeMilked

Artist Documents Heartbreaking Struggle with Alzheimer’s Through Self-Portraits

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