New work by the Minnesota artist Jennifer Davis can be seen on Art MoCo or on her website. All so cool.
From Moco Art: Vicki DaSilva uses tube lamps to create photography based on light graffiti. DaSilva uses this medium to create site-specific installations loaded with socio-political commentary. The single frame time exposure light paintings are made by moving the lamps either by hand or along tracks to create fields of light. Her current show of… Continue reading Never Sorry by Vicki Dasilva
A new sculpture exhibit by Jaume Plensa has recently erupted along Buffalo Bayou in Houston. Mr. Plensa will be giving a lecture at the MFAH on February 16, 2011. For complete details, click here. [photo by the Rice Design Alliance]
This I gleaned from Art MoCo: Montreal painter Claire Desjardins has recently turned her hand to bold, colourful abstracts works that are a clear departure from her previous softer, more figurative pieces. These new series, full of vibrant movement, are an expression of the artist’s long-standing relationship with colour. Desjardins uses her palette in such… Continue reading Habanero by Claire Desjardins
This is Nini’s Painting by CyTwombly. Poets, take your mark, get set. Go!
Four Inderminate Lines Illuminated shows a sculpture currently at Hermann Park in Houston, was originally uploaded to flickr by wyojones.
Here’s some fresh art from The Wooster Collective. This is a cool building is Salon Stella in Minneapolis. The art is by Broken Crow aka John Grider.