It has been a pleasure studying with you all.
Down below, check out my presentation of Arnold Mesches I made for the part of the land art gallery visit project.
I came across his exhibition at Freedom Tower Gallery, where I saw his stunning work. He mostly does acrylic on canvas. Please check out his website http://www.arnoldmeches.com when you get a chance.
Again, thanks guys and hope you all have a wonderful vacation!
Olga Ziemska is a sculptor and public artist that lives & works in Cleveland, Ohio in a studio by Lake Erie. She uses natural and reclaimed materials, salvaged birch logs, clay and plaster to create wonderful installations that comment on humanity’s interaction with the natural world. As Ziemska explains on her website, she uses art as a tool to better understand the world.
‘Stillness in Motion’ is a sculpture by Olga Ziemska that was installed in 2003 at the Centre of Polish Sculpture in Oronsko, Poland. The piece is made entirely from cut willow branches that have been cut and stacked to create a human figure.
Don’t know how they got that many iphone5s…but, what a teamwork! Cool ideas with the lifts as well 🙂
I came across these while taking a walk on Venetian cswy. The joy of finding this kind of cute street art is bigger when you are least expecting it 🙂
Yes! Because the earth is not only for humans!!!
A statue of an ape. It looks so cool! I want it in my room. Primate studies are fascinating for it allows us to understand ourselves better. Though humans are my least favourite primates… How ironic.
Also from Fairchild, the boardwalk.