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Heavy Metals by Alberto Seveso

Alberto Seveso (featured previously) is an Italian artist currently based in Bristol, UK, specializing in illustration, graphic design and photography. In a series entitled Heavy Metals, Sev.

The Jealous Curator » Blog Archive » i’m jealous of mary button durell

Sculptural work by San Francisco based artist Mary Button Durel: Tracing paper and wheat paste. Delicate, organic, beautiful, light-filled tracing paper and wheat paste.

ann_hamilton

American artist Ann Hamilton’s GIGANTIC installation, “the event of a thread”, is both light and immense. at the Park Avenue Armory, New York. Really amazing art

shioyasu tomoko - paper waterfalls

water fall - SHIOYASU Tomoko work by way of cutting paper with a knife, melting layered synthetic paper with soldering iron and drawing on a synthetic paper which repels water. -- -- people wonder how her delicate work can stand the demands of being hung

Tara Donovan - unconventional art from conventional objects (clear plastic cups, coffee filters, etc).

Tara Donovan - Tara Donovan’s organic installations formed of prosaic manufactured materials like transparent cups and plastic straws, paper plates, and adding machine paper suggest the gentle waves found in nature. I just really like installation art

Tara Donovan - unconventional art from conventional objects (clear plastic cups, coffee filters, etc).

Tara Donovan - Tara Donovan’s organic installations formed of prosaic manufactured materials like transparent cups and plastic straws, paper plates, and adding machine paper suggest the gentle waves found in nature. I just really like installation art

Eric Mueller in front of a wonderful installation by Trever Nicholas,

***styrofoam could be small enough to be harvested from tv etc. cut tiles and backlight on transparent base*** (styrofoam, light) Trever Nicholas, Luma (Voronoi Cellscape), Minneapolis Instiute of Arts, Minneapolis.

Machiko Agano, String Web - Holy Trinity Church, Brighton, UK, 2001

"String Web" woven sculpture by Machiko Agano. Located in Fabrica art gallery, situated in the former Holy Trinity Church on the corner of Ship Street and Duke Street.