Vivien Grandouiller

January 31, 2018

Fascinating, otherworldly sculptures.

You can find more of her work at www.viviengrandouiller.fr

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James Nizam

February 26, 2016

Interesting use of space and light in the photography of James Nizam. Click the image for more

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Grayson Perry

January 28, 2016

Recently went to the Grayson Perry retrospective at the MCA in Sydney. I was astounded by the depth and breadth of his work, including ceramics, sculpture, textiles and more. The sculpture below is entitled “Our mother” and is made mostly from iron. Click it to see some more of Grayson’s work.

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Clifton Pugh

January 20, 2016

I recently visited the National Gallery of Australia, and the National Portrait Gallery, both in Canberra. Over the next week or two I will be featuring the work of artist’s I encountered in these institutions, mostly painters.

This is a portrait of Neville Wran by the Australian artist, Clifton Pugh. Click the image to view more of his work.

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Slightly morbid

January 5, 2016

A skeleton rowing down the Thames. Couldn’t find the name of the artist, but found it on a site detailing the history of cholera in London. Happy times. Click the image for more.

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Arlene Shechet

November 23, 2015

Intriguing ceramic objects, click the image to view more.

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Joel Shapiro

September 17, 2015

Balanced assemblages of painted wood, big fan of this. Click the image for more. 

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Susan Clinard

August 4, 2015

Beautiful figurative sculpture (click the image for more)

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Wilhelm Sasnal

July 16, 2015

Wonderful paintings, stylistic and ambiguous. Click the image for more.

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The Enemy

January 17, 2015

http://theenemyreader.org/

An art blog that includes writings on a variety of aspects of contemporary art. Definitely worth a browse.

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