paintings of minerals and crystals by NYC emergent artist Stephanie Calvert
saturated magenta and canary yellow look day-glo in Sean Water’s paintings, on display at P339, 339 Bedford Ave, Williamsburg until August 5
The Coronation Of Mr. Thomas Shap (1912)
From Lord Dunsany’s “The Book of Wonder, a chronicle of little adventures at the edge of the world.” (1912)
Picasso drawing with fire.
Great Wave and Ryoanji, books transformed by Guy Laramee
After Jason deCaires Taylor’s character-driven sculptures are installed in an underwater gallery, they become blank canvases for anemones, coral, and seaweeds to colour.
His show runs from Sunday until July 28 at Jonathan Levine in NYC.
Pre-used plastic water bottles have been transformed into bioluminescent fish on Botafogo beach in Rio. “The Big Fishes” was created in conjunction with the UN conference on sustainable development Rio + 20.
Judith Braun’s elegant abstractions and landscapes are, in essence, finger paintings.