Georgia Russell slashes, cuts, and dissects printed mater – transforming their two-dimensional surfaces into three-dimensional sculptures with new emotional resonance and meaning. Her extravagant ornamental slices bring to mind textures like fur, grass or feathers – and while the technique is beautiful unto itself, it also lends new narratives and additional emotions to the the prints and books she dissects.Read More
A prism can appear simple – and then you pick and up, and the nimble dance of light within, as well as on the walls around you, let you know that what appears to be straightforward, can also be magical. Phillip Low creates one-of-a-kind, hand-faceted lucite geometric sculptures, whose gentle glow and tactile simplicity will certainly delight.Read More
Kate MccGwire's graceful, undulating feather sculptures can feel as if their otherworldly power might engulf you - or sit serenely - magnificently - in quiet repose for you to admire their resting, preoccupied shapes.Read More
More words will go here talking about Kumi's work.Read More
I love the meticulous but playful nature of Michael Johansson's fine art sculptures - they always leave me wondering what I might find next, if only I could open a drawer.Read More
Laura Quesada is an Argentinian artist and writer who paints abstract shapes that feel inherently futuristic or digital by their nature. The result is a fresh take on the type of digital shape combinations that have quietly been cropping up across the interwebs, tapping into some mysterious, hidden zeitgeist. The color palettes are gorgeous, and the shapes make you think that each image may be the keeper of a secret, fanciful story.