posts tagged: animals

  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
[more Calvin Nicholls] Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
[more Calvin Nicholls] Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
[more Calvin Nicholls] Calvin Nicholls (Canada)
What looks like highly meticulous animal carvings are actually multi-layered paper sculptures, created by a Canadian artist Calvin Nicholls. Working on them since 1986, the artist spends from 4 weeks to 2 years on a piece. Before starting the work, Calvin researches the animal to get the musculoskeletal features correct in his drawing. A final drawing becomes a pattern for the pieces that he cuts out with scalpels and x-acto knives. He then assembles the pieces together and uses carefully set studio lighting to get the effect of depth. Calvin has produced over 500 pieces, which were widely exhibited throughout North America. (source: Demilked)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
[more Adonna Khare | artist found at artmonia]
  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
[more Adonna Khare | artist found at artmonia]
Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
[more Adonna Khare | artist found at artmonia] Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
[more Adonna Khare | artist found at artmonia] Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
[more Adonna Khare | artist found at artmonia] Adonna Khare (USA) - Elephants, ArtPrize 2012
Raised in a small town in Iowa, Adonna Khare has been drawing her family and animals since she was three. Adonna creates using the pencil, the eraser and a sock as her tools. The drawings are not pre-planned rather they evolve through her experiences with people and the absurdities of life. The result is a group of drawings where the animals coexist in a world beyond ours, and are inexplicably tied together, often not by choice. Through the work Adonna hopes to inspire adults and children to allow their imaginations to envelop them into a world other than their own. Within the work are hundreds of vignette’s, featuring creatures juxtaposed with ordinary events. Viewers are encouraged to spend time discovering the work as it unfolds foot by foot story by story. (source: ArtPrize)
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  • Kate MacDowell
First and last breath. Hand built porcelain, mixed media, 11”x9”x12” (2010)Casualty. Hand built porcelain, 15”x9”x3” (2009)
  • Kate MacDowell
First and last breath. Hand built porcelain, mixed media, 11”x9”x12” (2010)Casualty. Hand built porcelain, 15”x9”x3” (2009)
  • Kate MacDowell
First and last breath. Hand built porcelain, mixed media, 11”x9”x12” (2010)Casualty. Hand built porcelain, 15”x9”x3” (2009)
  • Kate MacDowell
First and last breath. Hand built porcelain, mixed media, 11”x9”x12” (2010)Casualty. Hand built porcelain, 15”x9”x3” (2009)
Kate MacDowell
First and last breath. Hand built porcelain, mixed media, 11”x9”x12” (2010)Casualty. Hand built porcelain, 15”x9”x3” (2009) Kate MacDowell
First and last breath. Hand built porcelain, mixed media, 11”x9”x12” (2010)Casualty. Hand built porcelain, 15”x9”x3” (2009)
  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
[more Caras Ionut | artist found at sosuperawesome] Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
[more Caras Ionut | artist found at sosuperawesome] Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
[more Caras Ionut | artist found at sosuperawesome] Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
[more Caras Ionut | artist found at sosuperawesome] Caras Ionut (Romania)
Romanian artist Caras Ionut ingeniously assembles surreal landscapes and figures, often using his own photography. Ionut seems to have taken passion in cooler weather as his inspirations for photography in his life. Much of his work shows depictions of fall and winter and his mechanics entail several hues of blues and whites. Most people when considering dreams would think of good positive dreams, and he like to think he captured that in his work. Caras also seem to visit the darker side of what people may see of dreams, not necessarily what one would see as negative, but possibly a dream that one could not unite understand or may feel alone.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
[more Jon Shaw | artist found at actegratuit]
  • Tumblr Artist
Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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Jon Shaw | on Tumblr (Canada)
The work of Canadian artist Jon Shaw explores the processes of deconstruction and assemblage, informed by his experience as a graphic designer. Using a series of expressive and uninhibited paint, collage and texture applications, Jon creates a loose and abstract structure upon which to assemble detailed ink drawings. He selectively interpret and rework different layers until they are harmoniously integrated. “This is the most satisfying component of my work - manipulating various materials and layers until they reach that special moment of completion that balances expression, representation, abstraction and detail”. Jon obtained his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Mount Allison University in 2008. He currently lives and works in Vancouver to develop his studio practice in a new creative environment.
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