Wood in Motion
Each sculpture has movement and rhythm, it is as if the artist Cha Jong Rye was conducting small pieces of wood into a magnificent symphony orchestra. His work is extraordinary! Notes about the artist (published at Hada Contemporary): Cha focuses on the dialectical relationship between wood and land, material and nature on the surface of...
Designed for Pleasure
Katsushika Hokusai (1760–1849) Five Beauties, ca. 1805–13. Hanging scroll; ink and color on silk 86.4 x 34.3 cm,Seattle Art Museum, Margaret E. Fuller Purchase Fund, 56.246 In this luxury commission, Hokusai accommodates five figures in a single composition by arranging them vertically and connecting them with drapery. Hokusai arranges the women in an intriguing hierarchy. At the top, a woman in an elegant robe with iris-marsh motif, an allusion to the Heian-period Tales of Ise.
Jean Auguste Dominique Ingres | Study for the Drapery of Molière in the
Signature: Lower right, graphite: Ingres/à Madame ("Mademoiselle" has been corrected by the artist) Sarrazin de BelmontInscription: Chalk: verte; claire;velours
CONTEMPORARY STILL LIFE
Emma Bennett Cindy Wright Lisa Dinhofer Patricia Hansen Jude Rae Daniel Sprick K. Henderson Marius van Dokkum Paolo Quaresima Margaret Morrison Marco Martelli Berry Kuiper (http://www.berrykuiperatelier.nl/) Louis Serrano Jos van Riswick Amalia Ranisau Peter Burgess Tom Gregg Claudia de Vilafames Cathy Bohlke William Bailey Helen Wilson Neil Nelson Henk Helmantel Robert Hannaford Kenne Gregoire
Allison Watkins. My Closet in San Francisco (detail) closet, contemporary embroidery, thread drawing, drawing, thread, Allison Watkins #embroidery