New Works by Misty Gamble. www.mistygamble.com
(@ the Sherry Leedy Contemporary Art: November 2 - December 22, 2012)
Luxuriant and Decadence
“I wonder, now, what the Rules of Battle are…”
Dustin Farnsworth is a sculptor who creates amazing works of art using various woods, fabrics, polycoatings, and paints. He recently finished an artist’s residency at Arrowmont, and is now starting one at Penland.
Heavy the Weight, 2012
The Bone’s Of, 2012
St. Ann’s Theatre, 2012
I am Man, Cog, 2011
I am Man, Premonition, 2010
The Myth of Life and Truth of Love, 2010
Looming Genes and Rooted Dreams, 2009
“I dare say you never even spoke to Time!”
“Metamorphosis, transition, and evolution provide the common threads of the art of Anne Bachelier. The artist captivates her audience with compelling, highly imaginative images that are distinct, unique, inventive and immediately recognizable. Her metaphysical, dream-like fantasies evoke feelings simultaneously powerful, peaceful, and protective. This unique “other” world, untouched by time or place, reminds the viewer of the eternal dance of transformation and regeneration.” - CFM Gallery
L’Art de la divination
Cette nuit…dans les hautes herbes
Les Gestes du mystere
Mad Tea Party, Illustration for Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and What She Found There
Passe le temps sur la belle au bois dormant
New business cards!
Also, I have created a Facebook Fan Page for my artwork: The Artwork of Sara E. Morales
Check it out, ‘like’ me, and spread the word!
Dress Lamps designed by Milan young brand Moschino and stored in the Moschino hotel.
“It was the black kitten’s fault entirely.”
“I am a student of the universe and a participant in the harmonic chaos of contrasts and opposites: dark – light; male – female; good – evil. Working instinctually and using my observations, I create a new, intimate universe that reveals the relationships, connections and contradictions as I perceive them.
For me, I find clay to be the most versatile material and it is well suited to the expression of my ideas. I consider my sculptures to be a canvas for my paintings. All the plastic, graphic and painting elements of a piece function as complementary parts of the work.” - Sergei Isupov
Sergei Isupov is a contemporary ceramic artist who employs low relief and surface painting with extreme depth.
Humanimals Series (Front)
Firey (Front, Back)
A History of Lovers (Front)
27th Annual Alabama Clay Conference
This year’s conference was in beautiful Birmingham. The presenters were Chris Gryder, Lorna Meaden, and Sergei Isupov! The conference began with a reception for the 1st Clay Market at the Art Folk Gallery. Numerous local potters and sculptors set up tables and sold their wares. It was nice to see work by Alabama artists. The second day, Friday, was pretty basic. The student-teacher art show opened, the presenters started their pieces, explained a little background about their respective processes, and Chris gave his background presentation. The third and final day was wonderful. The presenters finished up and Lorna and Sergei gave their background presentations. The day ended with a pint exchange and after party at the Good People Brewery. A friend and I even spoke with Sergei and Chris for a bit at the party. All-in-all it was a pretty good conference.
South’s table at the Student-Teacher show
Sergei at work! The figure is slab built and painted with slips thinned with gum solution and stained with a heavily concentrated mason stains. (He later finished the piece by painting the dress black.)
Lorna at work!
Chris at work! Chris is the only clay artists emplying “Earth Casting” or “Silt Casting” in contemporary ceramics. He created a negative in silt then casts the piece in slip. He finished his pieces with engobe and slip washes.
My cup for the pint exhchange. It was a big hit!