Natasha Cousens creates sculptures that can be considered a new form of taxidermy. Instead of the real thing, her pieces are beautifully crafted wooden sculptures of woodland creatures like foxes, deers, and rabbits. These cute forest dwellers are often embellished with decorative elements such as floral wreaths or guised in an unnatural color; making Cousen’s work soft, whimsical and fun.
Mitch McGee at the Affordable Art Fair.
Three dimensional pop artist Mitch Mcgee (Featured) sculpts his work from wood then hand paints the work to resemble iconic pop work from the 1960s. He’ll have a brand new piece (full color piece above) and print (black, white and red piece above) as well as a demonstration of how he works at the Affordable Art Fair in New York City, New York on September 25th through September 29th.
Korean artist whose main inspiration is nature. His elegant sculptures, installations and photographs show us the powerlessness of humain being in front of the forces of nature.
Alessandro Gallo: A Trip to the Zoo
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Born Genoa 1974. Having studied Law at the University of Genoa from 1993 - 1997, Alessandro did a Foundation Course at St Martin’s College of Art in London followed by a BA at Chelsea School of Art, graduating in 2002. His work was included in the Monoprint Show at Jill George Gallery in June 2002 and Art Fairs in Britain and USA. In 2005 Gallo exhibited at the Royal Academy Summer Exhibition, ‘The Bestiary’ at Jill George Gallery and in Atlanta for ‘Atlanta Salutes Photography’. In 2006 his first solo exhibition was held at Jill George Gallery and the second solo show in February 2008.
Alessandro Gallo is a young Italian ceramic sculptor living and working in Genoa and London. Gallo produces anamorphic sculptures exploring humorously personal traits. The author first encountered the artist at La Meridiana, in Certaldo, Italy near Florence. The two sat down recently to discuss the artist’s work.
Mortality is a myth, Ted Lawson