Hand-Built Porcelain Sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan Mimic Fractal Patterns Found in Nature

Hand-Built Porcelain Sculptures by Nuala O’Donovan Mimic Fractal Patterns Found in Nature Irish artist Nuala O’Donovan sculpts intricate hand-built porcelain sculptures that resemble fractal patterns found in nature. Borrowing from shapes found in coral, teasel flowers, and pinecones, O’Donovan examines not only patterns, but irregularities that arise from random or unexpected events. From her artist statement: The result of using the characteristics of fractal geometry in making decisions Read more […]

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Wood Sculptures by Stefanie Rocknak

Wood Sculptures by Stefanie Rocknak Figurative works influenced by the traditional marble sculptures of Michelangelo, Donatello and Bernini. Stefanie Rocknak Trained as a painter, she started working with wood as her mother used to refinish countless pieces of antique furniture, her father worked as a professional carpenter, and her grandfather had a wood shop.   Read more […]

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Vaginal Rapture by Hoda Zarbaf

Vaginal Rapture by Hoda Zarbaf Hoda Zarbaf is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist, who has ventured through a variety of materials, techniques and literature to make narrations of intimacy and the complex boon of being a woman. Hoda was born in Tehran and received a BFA in Painting from the University of Tehran. In 2008 she relocated to Canada and completed an MFA at the University of Windsor. These days, Hoda is using recycled textiles, pre-owned clothing, old toys and found objects to Read more […]

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Maria Ignatiou

Maria Ignatiou in 1988 left Cyprus for her studies. She studied Fine Art in the USA winning all the annual academic scholarships, (Academic Scholarships 1988-1992) at Barton University, Wilson, NC, all the annual foreign student scholarships (Foreign Student Scholarships 1988-1992) and also winning the annual Caldwell Scholarships (1989-1992). In 1991 she was also awarded the Bessie Massengil Art Scholarship for Best Student in the field of Fine Art at her university. (The Bessie Massengil Read more […]

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Contemporary graffiti art on the walls of Athens

Contemporary graffiti art on the walls of Athens The hardships and unemployment of the Greek economic collapse have led to a new wave of innovative graffiti art, which is both politically aware and socially accepted – making Athens a new Mecca for street artists See below Story via the Guardian Read more […]

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