"I've done a bit of research about intellectual property rights and the laws used to enforce them. Specifically as it relates to artists. This 2 Roses topic of images-not work-applies to the intellectual property (subject matter) of the photo…"
"I tend to agree with Brigitte. The lack of color contrasts between the work and the display have always bothered me. My work is wholly dependent on the display itself, which I regard equally to the work. In my quest to bring the relatively small…"
"I'm just glad I own four original pieces of Geno's amazing work. Luckily, I acquired them early in his career. I am quite sure I can't afford them now at Smithsonian prices.
I'm enjoying your work very much! I like making stands for my work sometimes too - it really creates a special space for the object. Your's is very clean and minimal, but very efficient and beautiful. Love them!
Thanks for the welcome Brandon... and thanks for telling me about this, I'm really happy have this made this connection. I already know lots of people here, great way to be in touch with them and many more artists! Cathy
Welcome to crafthaus, the network for artists, craftsmen/women ! I am very glad you joined us. Your membership is good through 6-15-2011!
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Grandpa Wooley, "LOOK", Brooch
Internet photocopy of Gerard Depardieu and Vladimir Putin. Plexiglas, fabric, imitation leather, yarn, wood, silver brooch.
Valerie Hegarty, Niagara Falls, 2007, Foam core, paper, paint, gel medium, glue, 150 x 300 x 65 cmFor Valerie Hegarty, the joy of her work lies in its destruction rather than its making. Centring her practice on the politics of the American myth, Hegarty’s canvases and sculptures replicate emblems of frontier…See More
Katie creates beautiful, dynamic forms, which play with light and perspective.
Silver and gold are used throughout her work, accented with contrasting metal, oxidisation and geometric pattern.
Gold is applied in a process called Keum…"
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Philippa Beveridge is a London- and Barcelona-based British artist who currently works from her own studio on architectural commissions, installations and sculpture in glass. She graduated in landscape architecture from the University of Greenwich, London, in 1984 and completed an MFA in Art in Architecture from the…See More
In honor of Tea Week at Peters Valley School of Craft we will use this storied drink as the subject of our paintings. The trappings of tea make excellent surfaces to explore texture, reflection, color, tone and composition through paint. For more info on Jennie…See More