THESE ARE AMAZING WHO IS RESPONSIBLE FOR THIS GREATNESS
WAKING THE DEAD
Waking the Dead includes nine artistically and uniquely rendered animal skulls that even after death, transpose life and take on a newfound beauty and purpose. In this exhibition, Haas’ skulls are wide-ranging species collected from various parts of the globe and decorated with thoughtful, revered precision resulting in an elegant homage to the animal itself and ever present, cycle of life. Haas work reminds us of the transience of life and that even beauty and sacredness follow all living things beyond the material world.
The Earth Mother sees you with eyes strongly aware of your nurturance toward her. Live among and upon her bounteous gifts in such a way that returning her gaze may be joyfully respectful and without regret. ~Eve
Artist: Cola Smith
My dream in visual art form.
Yearning for Freedom by Alberto Cerriteno
Giclee print available at etsy.
I’ve decided to start exploring the fascinating world of water colour paints. I’m finding this journey thus far to be a constant source of inspiration. This is the favourite this evening [Though bits have been cut out while trying to get a photo of the work into the computer - not tech savvy]. A Touch of a Distorted Depth Perception on a Humid Day in the Hills ~ Mirndeax. Expect more. <3 I hope you enjoy viewing my art as I Love sharing it.
Red Independent Heart, 2005. Translucent red plastic cutlery, painted iron, metal chain, motor, CD, 371 x 220 x 75 cm.
Red Independ Heart (Coração Independente Vermelho), 2005. Golden Independent Heart (Coração Independente Dourado), 2004. Black Independent Heart (Coração Independente Preto), 2006.
“Organic Botanic” is a photographic series of hand-painted fruit, vegetables and flowers created by Carl-Johan Paulin and Martin Bergstrom.
Dead Tree Man by never2501
Entitled ”In Cammino Per Trasformarsi Nell’istante Presente” (which roughly translats to “Moving to transform into the present” in italian), Lord of the Rings comes to life, or death as it were, in this massive decaying sculpture made only from dead bark and roots collected from the nature, with no tools or nails used in its assembly. A moment of silence for our fallen ent brothers who perished in the Battle of Isengard… pay your own respect in the garden of the Museo Archeologico “Paolo Giovio”.
Tiger/Tigris by Gábor Miklós Szőke
Constructed during Hello Wood, a week long art camp in Hungary bringing together students, architects, and designers to create projects for eight different Hungarian communities, “Tiger” was created for the Szakácsi community as a protector and symbol of unity. Would anybody be offended if I rode it? Just for like… two minutes. I have some latent He-Man fantasies I need to live out.