Tuck In Your Artifice, It’s Showing: an interesting perspective on the purpose and execution of art

Tuck In Your Artifice, It’s Showing

Here in this picture I can really feel what the cracked wall feels like. The texture is all cracked and hard. Texture is the surface quality or feel of an object,roughness,smooth,soft etc.

the veins carved their routes on her skin, he wondered how they'd look if they dug in, started caving inward... mask of dryness, red clay... silt?  Captivating, mortifying... imaginations...

Personality Disorder Photography

Daniel Regan TypeB photo series Personality Disorder Diagnosis as subject of investigation the veins carved their routes on her skin, he wondered how they'd look if they dug in, started caving inward.

Air-Port-City/Cloud-City/5 Cloud Modules 60 9 nets — Tomás Saraceno

Cloud Modules 60 9 nets 5 module suspended sculpture with net; each module measures 60 cm in diameter 105 x 135 x 112 cm 2012

| Principle Gallery - Jorge Alberto, Rett Ashby, Mia Bergeron, Lynn Boggess, Thomas Buechner, Valerio D'Ospina, Kevin Fitzgerald, Douglas Fryer, Greg Gandy, Geoffrey Johnson, Robert Liberace, Jeremy Mann, GC Myers, Teresa Oaxaca, Larry Preston, Cindy Procious, Alejandro Rosemberg, Paula Rubino, Terry Moore Strickland, Joshua Suda, Nobuhito Tanaka, and Gary Weisman

Geoffrey Johnson, "Study Gold and Black oil on panel -- at Principle Gallery

"Berwick Upon Tweed" 1938..Oil by L S Lowry..Probably the best of several paintings inspired by his many visits to this northern most town in England. |T

L S Lowry - Berwick Upon Tweed --> Inspired! Lovely winter scenes created from a mixture of collage of Bangor buildings, chalky skies and drawings of people.

English artist, L.S. Lowry, used Berwick-Upon-Tweed as a subject

"An Organ Grinder," Lawrence Stephen Lowry, 1934

Really loving the work of London-based printmaker and illustrator, Paul Catherall.  His illustrations are so striking and are certainly the epitome of the attitude that ‘less is more’.  Admiring the block of flat colors and simplified shapes. You can see more of his designs here on his website.

Really loving the work of London-based printmaker and illustrator, Paul…

Anthropologie window display | via Ancora Crafts

Thread wrapped bricks :: Like the texture and colours. From a window display at an Anthropologie store.

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