There's a beautiful, yet dark sacredness to the work of New York based artist Leilani Bustamante.
Loving the ghostliness of Susan Burnstine's photography.
Working with what we know as the 'classic porcelain figure,' Danish artist Maria Rubinke turns innocence on its head to create horror, chaos and wonderful, bloody madness with her little pale little ones.
I believe I've featured the jewellery of Californian artist Stephanie Inagaki before, but today I want to focus on her drawing. You'll see why.
I've never been that bothered about visiting Australia. I'm all about cold climates and ice. But my thoughts on Oz have shifted somewhat. How come, you ask? Well, I found out about Hidden, a yearly sculptural walk in Sydney's Rockwood Cemetary. I'm particularly enchanted by this installation, entitled Ethereal – Bodies, Ritual and Desire, by… Continue reading Hidden →
The creations of Russian artist Vania Zouravliov are dark, exquisite, disturbing masterpieces, and I don't use the word 'masterpieces' lightly. A child prodigy, Zouravliov was displaying his work internationally from the age of thirteen.
After a few days of studying the art work of Erika Sanada, I'm still finding it hard to believe that her disturbing series 'Odd Things' has been crafted using ceramics. Her curious creatures are a reflection of her sensitive mind, her bitter childhood and current anxieties.
I've talked to some extremely interesting individuals this year! Click on the images to find and read the interviews from 2014. Then get prepared for a wealth of new introductions in 2015.
Christian Martin Weiss is a multi-talented artist with the ability to unhinge you from reality and take you into another dimension entirely.
I can't think of a more beautiful, soothing way to start the week than by slipping into the Goodnight Moon photographic series by Leonid Tishkov.