Archive for February, 2012

To the streets: Robin Rhode

  artist’s history >>> current artwork current artwork >>> influences others People want to make connections. When meeting new people or researching a new, innovative artist, they want to know more. What was the thought process behind this artwork? How did this creation influence the artist’s own life and those of others? South African native artist, […]

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The Observer, See and Create: Jonathan Gitelson

  Take today — flip it, add text/bright colors   Contemporary artist, Jonathan Gitelson has a gift. He has the ability to make the boring, everyday routines interesting, both visually and conceptually. His art is often documentation of his average life, photographing and keeping logs of his activities, thoughts, and feelings. There is a comedy to […]

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Buddhist Buddah

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Projectile – Jenny Holzer

Such an artistic name. Her interesting and diverse technique of artwork is great way to limit disinterest and passive viewership. By placing her work in an urban environment, (on buildings, across lakes and other commonly visited areas) she forces people to view and question what the heck it is and the point she is trying […]

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The creative mind of Roger Sayre

Contemporary artist Roger Sayre graced the art world with unconventional ways of creating and displaying his work. I think it is safe to say that a main component of all of his pieces is the light bulb or light bulb mimicking effects. Sayre concentrates on the process and rather than achieving a certain end product. […]

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