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Leonardo Drew: Traveling & Making | ART21 "Exclusive"

Episode In this episode from the "Exclusive" series, Leonardo Drew discusses the importance of travel in relationship to his artwork.

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‪Blaffer Gallery interview with Leonardo Drew‬‏ - YouTube

Woodcuts: Leonardo Drew Presented in conjunction with Against the Grain: Wood in Contemporary Art, Craft and Design at the Museum of Arts and Design, on view.

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Great section on the drawings of horses and DaVinci "The Secret of Drawing" Episode "The Line of Enquiry" 2005

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Gravity-Defying Land Art by Cornelia Konrads German artist Cornelia Konrads creates mind-bending site-specific installations in public spaces, sculpture parks and private gardens around the world.

Roots braided and growing through an empty room. Another interpretation could be that roots are growing out of the ceiling and floor and bonding together.

amazing sculptural installations from Brazilian artist, Henrique Oliveira. The pieces encompass wood, hardware and paint techniques to create these astounding installations.

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Leonardo Drew Number 2009 Wood, acrylic on paper in Plexiglas box 61 x 61 x inches x x


Funny pictures about Sculpture Of A Gorilla Made From Colored Pencils. Oh, and cool pics about Sculpture Of A Gorilla Made From Colored Pencils. Also, Sculpture Of A Gorilla Made From Colored Pencils photos.

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as evening blue draws closer Charlie O’Sullivan solo show “Beyond the Terminus of Memory” November

22 Dreamy Art Installations You Want To Live In - this would be really neat to do in a school library or classroom - maybe not quite as many books though!

22 Dreamy Art Installations You Want To Live In

Ceiling of the Istanbul Modern gallery. This was so beautiful - thousands of books suspended by fishing line, creating a false ceiling.

Japanese artist Chiharu Shiota creates immense installations with string, furniture, windows, and live people.    What I thought, on first glance, was a frenetic charcoal drawing, was actually a photograph of a white room, with a piano and chairs completely cobwebbed in black strings.  The strings are attached to the walls, the ceiling, the floor, the furniture; they wind around each other and are woven in such a way that they define space and become shapes - or beings - themselves.

CHIHARU SHIOTA In Silence, 2008 Lana nera, pianoforte bruciato / Black wool, burnt grand piano Centre PasquArt, Biel © 2012 Chiharu Shiota. All rights reserved Photo by Sunhi Mang