Monthly Archives: March 2009

The Art of Dale Enochs, Bloomington Indiana

http://www.daleenochs.com/sculpture_wall.html Fascinating. A fractured human figure with all its convoluted complexity in search of lost integrity, with holes to fill. This is how I read ‘In search of Oz’, by Dale Enoch aka Riujin1, a fellow stumbler. Thank you very … Continue reading

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http://www.franceskeevilart.com.au/sophie_dalgleish.htm ‘Brume matinale’ (misty morning), by Sophie Dalgleish (born in France, recently established in Australia). From the pages:”the landscapes are executed following the principle of glazing, so the result is subtle and soft, conveying a very atmospheric and sometimes romantic … Continue reading

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ROSIEMILLER | WOOLOO.ORG – Opportunities for Artists

http://www.wooloo.org/rosiemiller/s3Template.php?id=5641 The smoothness of it! Like a pebble on the beach, with a long history. ‘Paperback 010’, 2008, Rosie Miller (lives in Melbourne).

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http://www.lindbergcontemporary.com.au/artists-rosiemiller_03.html The convoluted richness of shared ideas and stories! Rosie Miller, Australia.

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gladsdotters reviews – StumbleUpon

http://gladsdotter.stumbleupon.com/ Here is a blog that welcomes you like an open house, where the hostess introduces you to her prized flowers and recites her favourite poems; her reflections are pertinent and her paintings’ collection very enjoyable; plenty of laughter too: … Continue reading

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Kate MccGwire | www.katemccgwire.com | Work – 2009

http://www.katemccgwire.com/index.php?pid=40&nid=2&sid=2009&work_id=43 ‘Rile’,2009, by Kate MccGwire. Wonderful use of pigeons’ feathers! Another work,’Sluice’, by the same artist, is worth a peek as well. I found the link on mud-wing‘s very interesting pages. Have a look at her poetry too!

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Dickerson Gallery, Australian Art, Sydney

http://www.dickersongallery.com.au/artists/lockhart/ellipse%20in%20a%20landscape.htm Hypnotic! Your eyes can turn forever around this ‘Ellipse in a Landscape’by Adrian Lockart (Tasmania, see post below).

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Dickerson Gallery, Australian Art, Sydney

http://www.dickersongallery.com.au/artists/lockhart/goya%20studio%20still%20life.htm Adrian Lockhart (Tasmania, 1947-)paints familiar objects and places in muted colours, subtle haze and soft light. Behind the deceptive simplicity, there is a strong sense of construction: it makes us feel that each object is precisely where it should … Continue reading

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Smooth wave by ~oriontrail on deviantART

http://oriontrail.deviantart.com/art/Smooth-wave-38314377 Vladimir Zivkovic, ‘Smooth wave’, found on a mostly photographic site recommended by AirToob. You will find a remarquably well organised blog and rich links on AirToob’s pages, who also offers plenty of precious advices to new stumblers; thank you … Continue reading

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http://www.iwolkgallery.com/artists/John_Casado/image06.html When photography is sculpting…Striking light’s play by John Casado,’Carlton Torso n1′.

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Art Scene Classic – Chen Jianhui PORTFOLIO

http://www.artsceneclassic.com/chen-jianhui.html Fragile, imaginary landscapes made of transparencies: the dreamy world of Chen Jianhui (China,1958-).

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Aum-pas reviews – StumbleUpon

http://aum-pa.stumbleupon.com/ ‘Childhood Memories’,1990, by Bernard Dov Wisser , aka Aum-pa, (The Netherlands). A fascinating piece of very well organised chaos; our minds must look like that! This site is full of vivid acrylic and computer art’s creations, sometimes a mixture … Continue reading

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Xue Jiye – Art Scene China

http://www.artscenechina.com/chineseart/artists/xuejiye/8.htm Xue-Jiye paints a struggling humanity; sculpturally strong but lost, like anonymous ants, his people are drowning in a claustrophobic dark red. One could speculate about the choice of that symbolic colour (artist born in China,1965-).

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Brooklyn Museum: Photography: [Untitled]

http://www.brooklynmuseum.org/opencollection/objects/163771/|Untitled| Textures,textures! I love that! A fibrous abstract by Olafur Eliasson (Denmark,1967-), untitled, from the Cartographic Series ( Brooklyn Museum).

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Wishie Series by Denis Brown

http://quillskill.com/wishies/wishies.html Rayliffe24 is chirping again, and sharing quality art chosen with loving care and enthusiasm. This is a tonic blog , and each page is an exciting surprise. Thank you for sending me this Denis Brown’s calligraphic glass piece, Ronnie! … Continue reading

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Andre Petterson artwork presented by Foster White Gallery, Seattle

http://www.fosterwhite.com/dynamic/artist.asp?ArtistID=237 Mysterious and alluring, ‘Nocturne’, mixed media on board, Andre Petterson. The site was discovered some months ago by a man with flair: Mario Gallardo, whose art pages are always a pleasure to browse, thank you.

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www.mabonaorigami.com: Aktuellstes Werk

http://www.mabonaorigami.com/de/galleries/galleries/galleries/detail/galerie/asics-1/bild/basketballshoe_september_2007-2.html Origami. Sipho Mabona, ‘Basketballshoe’, 2007.

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hirmes.com – ice photographs

http://hirmes.com/ice/index.html?forms?2 A world onto itself. Superb ice photograph. Have a look on PantherBlake’blog, where I found the link: he has a sure sense of graphism;beautiful pages (poetry, photography).Thank you.

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http://www.artnet.com/Galleries/Artwork_Detail.asp?G=&gid=423962312&which=&ViewArtistBy=online&aid=13656&wid=425936491&source=artist&rta=http://www.artnet.com/ag/fulltextsearch.asp?searchstring=rosenbaum Some striking ‘Bananas'(what else!), 2008, a bronze sculpture by Luis Montoya and Leslie Ortiz. I found the link on the promising pages of fourteenth, thank you.

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National Portrait Gallery – Gerhard Richter Portraits

http://www.npg.org.uk:8080/richter/index.htm I like this recent (2007) portrait of ‘Ella’, the youngest daugther of the famous german painter Gerhard Richter ( Dresden, 1932-), exhibited till end of May in the National Portrait Gallery in London. The typical Richter’s ‘blur’ intensifies the … Continue reading

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