Using a similarly garish color palette to Toulouse-Lautrec, Rosson Crow creates vibrantly haunting paintings of living spaces.
In applying vibrant colors to discarded containers, Tony Feher’s objects become transformed into beautiful and arresting pieces of sculpture. Evoking lanterns or hummingbird feeders, these majestic works have a meditative mood, and, although constructed from manmade materials, present a relationship with nature. A personal favorite is the tower of green fruit baskets. Appearing fragile and ephemeral in its airiness, the piece hints at architecture and minimalism. With a strong interest in transparency and suspension as an aesthetic tool, Feher provides a
Some nice photographs can be found on the Richard Kelly site. I personally like the above portraits best but a wide array of fashion and music photography can be found in his portfolio
Diana Al-Hadid’s work remind me of skeletons that are piled on top of one another to form large cathedral like buildings. See more images at the Perry Rubenstien Gallery website.
Aleksandra Mir’s Plane Landing is a sculpture of an airplane in a permanent state of landing. On October 20,21,22 and 23 it appeared at various locations in central Paris.
Brian Willmont has some lovely new futuristic medieval paintings that detail fantastical conquests of ancient and not so ancient allegorical lands.
Rosemarie Fiore employs a wide array of techniques to create her paintings from large sprayed paintings using generators to fireworks and even a waffle Iron to create her abstractions.