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Michael Pederson (previously) takes note of small, peculiar moments with his outdoor interventions. Frequently using subtly humorous signage, the artist, who goes by ‘Miguel Marquez Outside', draws the attention of passersby to places where perception of seemingly banal scenarios are reimagined in surprising ways. His [...]
Japanese ceramicist Yuta Segawa plays with scale and color in his multitudes of miniature vessels. Each hand-thrown pot and vase is crafted with the same attention to structure and detail that a full-sized piece would have, from the tidy foot to the gracefully shaped neck. Segawa [...]
Illustrator and paper artist Tina Kraus sculpts realistic insects, plants, and reptiles out of textured crepe paper, adding colorful details with pastel chalk and paint. Kraus first began using the materials about two years ago, starting with common flowers and moving on to more nontraditional plants [...]
I know I'm catchng you at a busy time. Are you a pretty voracious multi-tasker? Are you currently juggling a variety of pieces and projects?
Yeah. Sometimes something just has to get done, you know? And that's the best motivator. You need to turn it in or have an edited version [...]
“Gravity” (2018), East Bund-Mingsheng Art Wharf, Shanghai, China, All images via David Spriggs
Vancouver-based artist David Spriggs creates large-scale 3D installations by by layering hand-painted transparencies within custom frameworks. The massive sculptural installations pull viewers in and shift based on perspective, while exploring themes of space-time, movement, [...]