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theoregonscout:

Just like a piece of art, Mt. Jefferson.

theoregonscout:

Just like a piece of art, Mt. Jefferson.

— 4 hours ago with 168 notes

permanentrecordpdx:

Ellen Goldschmidt at Blackfish Gallery, PDX

— 16 hours ago with 4 notes

permanentrecordpdx:

James Lavadour at PDX Contemporary

— 16 hours ago with 7 notes
socks-studio:

Luke Fenech’s Stories, Maps and Connections
http://socks-studio.com/2014/08/27/luke-fenechs-stories-maps-and-connections/

 
London based illustrator and graphic designer Luke Fenech creates works ranging from prints and editorial design to branding and illustration. In an interview for the Swiss magazine Ligature, he defined his work as “more of a process / research based thing than a stylistic …
Read more on: http://socks-studio.com/2014/08/27/luke-fenechs-stories-maps-and-connections/
 graphic design, illustration, maps, Architecture, Art, Territories

socks-studio:

Luke Fenech’s Stories, Maps and Connections

http://socks-studio.com/2014/08/27/luke-fenechs-stories-maps-and-connections/

  London based illustrator and graphic designer Luke Fenech creates works ranging from prints and editorial design to branding and illustration. In an interview for the Swiss magazine Ligature, he defined his work as “more of a process / research based thing than a stylistic …

Read more on: http://socks-studio.com/2014/08/27/luke-fenechs-stories-maps-and-connections/

graphic design, illustration, maps, Architecture, Art, Territories

— 21 hours ago with 15 notes
flotsamflotsam:

Violette Beach, Rosemarie Trockel (German, born 1952)
2010. Glazed ceramic, two parts, 49 1/4 x 47 1/4 x 13 7/8” (125.1 x 120 x 35.2 cm). Scott Burton Fund

flotsamflotsam:

Violette Beach, Rosemarie Trockel (German, born 1952)

2010. Glazed ceramic, two parts, 49 1/4 x 47 1/4 x 13 7/8” (125.1 x 120 x 35.2 cm). Scott Burton Fund

(Source: onlygoodloveforall)

— 1 day ago with 17 notes
flasd:

Paul Klee, A Garden for Orpheus, 1926

flasd:

Paul Klee, A Garden for Orpheus, 1926

(Source: towerofsleep, via workman)

— 1 day ago with 522 notes
sculpture-center:

FEATURED ARTIST: Leo Fitzmaurice
Leo Fitzmaurice’s work usually begins with an observation of a thing or a situation that springs out at him, unsolicited. Although it is often unclear initially, these things or situations do appear to be trying to say something. He then records the observations as truthfully as possible, in the form of: photographs, diagrams, and written descriptions, and then waits – sometimes for years—for a way forward to become apparent. He feels that every one of these encounters is unique and needs to be treated as such; the way forward is not prescribed in terms of his process, but each time he tries to be true to the potential set in motion by the original observation.
Leo Fitzmaurice was born in Shropshire, England, in 1963 and now lives and works in Merseyside.  He studied Fine Art at Leicester Polytechnic, Liverpool Polytechnic, and Manchester Metropolitan University. He has most recently shown his work as part of Futbol, The Beautiful Game, LACMA LA, and a solo show /_\ at The Sunday Painter in London.
Leo Fitzmaurice, LAN-GWIDGE, 2013 ‘call out flash,’ parcel tape. 10 x 18 centimeters. Courtesy the artist.
www.sculpture-center.org

sculpture-center:

FEATURED ARTIST: Leo Fitzmaurice

Leo Fitzmaurice’s work usually begins with an observation of a thing or a situation that springs out at him, unsolicited. Although it is often unclear initially, these things or situations do appear to be trying to say something. He then records the observations as truthfully as possible, in the form of: photographs, diagrams, and written descriptions, and then waits – sometimes for years—for a way forward to become apparent. He feels that every one of these encounters is unique and needs to be treated as such; the way forward is not prescribed in terms of his process, but each time he tries to be true to the potential set in motion by the original observation.

Leo Fitzmaurice was born in Shropshire, England, in 1963 and now lives and works in Merseyside.  He studied Fine Art at Leicester Polytechnic, Liverpool Polytechnic, and Manchester Metropolitan University. He has most recently shown his work as part of Futbol, The Beautiful Game, LACMA LA, and a solo show /_\ at The Sunday Painter in London.

Leo Fitzmaurice, LAN-GWIDGE, 2013 ‘call out flash,’ parcel tape. 10 x 18 centimeters. Courtesy the artist.

www.sculpture-center.org

— 1 day ago with 24 notes
christopherschreck:

"Grapevine" at David Kordansky, curated by Ricky Swallow
I’m trying to get a digital copy of the catalog essay from this show. Any leads would be appreciated! cdschreck@gmail.com :)

christopherschreck:

"Grapevine" at David Kordansky, curated by Ricky Swallow

I’m trying to get a digital copy of the catalog essay from this show. Any leads would be appreciated! cdschreck@gmail.com :)

— 1 day ago with 10 notes