amy joy watson

colors, colors, colors Australian artist Amy Joy Watson hand-stitches her joyful, geometric sculptures out of balsa wood.

Aili Schmeltz - The Magic City String Art Installation (via All Sorts of Pretty)

Aili Schmeltz - The Magic City String Art Installation (via All Sorts of Pretty) - Installation stuff !

Spatial Arts--wolgang laib pollen square

pollen (collected from dandelions and buttercups flowers) square installation by German artist Wolfgang Leib

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Lovely, neon, geometric laser cut wood & styrene sculptures by Denver based artist Sandra Fettingis. These were just a few of my favorites, but there are 23 new works in this show, titled “Tell Me When You Hear Me Falling”.

iceberg by Gabby O’Connor

Gabby O’Connor, "What Lies Beneath", an installation of dyed and lacquered tissue paper stapled together and lit with natural light augmented by fluorescent lights. I love how this soft light fills the room.

I'm making these asap

we could make some relatively simple geods with lighting gels or thin plastic and shine light in them for a dramatic effect Via Lionel Esteve, "Prototype for a Chaos II" 2010 Courtesy: Galerie Perrotin, Paris

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Trees, wrapped in white and perfectly aligned with the horizon… hence the title of this beautiful work by Zander Olsen, Tree Line. We used to limewash apple trees.now its art.

Amy Joy Watson, Untitled, 2011, balsa wood, watercolour, Indian ink, polyester thread, glow-in-dark pigment, pine, 50 x 52 x 52 cm

Amy Joy Watson, Untitled, 2011, balsa wood, watercolour, Indian ink, polyester thread, glow-in-dark pigment, pine, 50 x 52 x 52 cm

pip pop "Australian artist Tanya Schultz works as Pip & Pop to create immersive installations and artworks from an eclectic range of materials including sugar, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she finds on her travels. Her practice embodies both independent and collaborative processes across varying disciplines including installation, painting, wall-works and sculpture. Often ephemeral, her meticulously constructed and highly detailed works…

pip & pop (The Jealous Curator)

Australian artist Tanya Schultz used to create it sugar, glitter, candy, plastic flowers, everyday craft materials and all sorts of objects she found during her travels.

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