Tommaso Ottieri (b.1971, Italy)
Scala. Olio e cera su tavola, 140x200 cm (2010)
Fenice. Olio e cera su tavola, 100x160 cm (2010)
A moving road, a rising palace, an abandon square or tower… Tommaso Ottieri paints the same scene for years, as a camera on a tripod locked. All together, the multiple transformations that occurs daily, becomes a moving virtual bodies, an explosion, a show. Great thanks to devidsketchbook for introducing us this Monday Tommaso Ottieri!
Mexico born artist Daniel Arutro Carrillo Lozano is a self-taught mezzotint artist and photographer, living and working in Seattle. His work has been exhibited in several galleries and has been included in several juried exhibitions. He is currently photographing members of the Seattle area arts community using the wet collodion method invented in 1851 and the first viable form of photography, the daguerreotype invented in 1839 by J.L.M Daguerre. Great thanks to devidsketchbook for introducing us this Monday Daniel Carrilo!
Jen Stark (b.1983, USA) - Abyss. archival paper, wood, acid-free foamcore, glue, lightn 20” x 20” x 33” (2011)The work of Miami-based artist Jen Stark is instantly recognizable for its breathtaking color spectrums rendered in mind-bending forms cut from paper, wood and other organic materials. Stark’s sculptures seemingly reconstruct elements of time, nature and the cosmos on an exponential scale. She draws inspiration for her works from the rhythmic visual qualities of mandalas and other such sacred objects, while they simultaneously behave like the imagery of topographic maps, geometric repetitions and three-dimensional prisms. This aligns directly with her interest in mathematics: ‘to the power of…’ being a statement of exponential growth also infers the definition of ‘power’ as both the possession of physical or mental control and the fortitude to act decisively. Her unique experience working with fibers is displayed in her delicately constructed patterns, which resemble the flowing movements of fabric versus the perceived rigidity her actual core materials. Stark’s unflinching attention to physical detail and a commitment to shaping the object into something far beyond its origins result in a body of work which borders on the unbelievable. (cf. artist’s news) Great thanks to devidsketchbook, we are pleased to have him introducing us this Monday Stark’s paper sculpture!