Engulfed in Beauty
Engulfed in Beauty
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likeafieldmouse:

Carlos Lara
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Magda Dudziak was born and raised in Poland and she is currently based in Chicago where she is finishing her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She works primarily in collage (analog and digital), mixed media, painting and sporadically in sculpture.
Dudziak’s recent collage work focuses on fragmentation (fragments of memory), displacement, passage of time and perception. She is interested in deconstructing already existing images to create new meaning(s).
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Magda Dudziak was born and raised in Poland and she is currently based in Chicago where she is finishing her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She works primarily in collage (analog and digital), mixed media, painting and sporadically in sculpture.
Dudziak’s recent collage work focuses on fragmentation (fragments of memory), displacement, passage of time and perception. She is interested in deconstructing already existing images to create new meaning(s).
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Magda Dudziak was born and raised in Poland and she is currently based in Chicago where she is finishing her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She works primarily in collage (analog and digital), mixed media, painting and sporadically in sculpture.
Dudziak’s recent collage work focuses on fragmentation (fragments of memory), displacement, passage of time and perception. She is interested in deconstructing already existing images to create new meaning(s).
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Magda Dudziak was born and raised in Poland and she is currently based in Chicago where she is finishing her BFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She works primarily in collage (analog and digital), mixed media, painting and sporadically in sculpture.
Dudziak’s recent collage work focuses on fragmentation (fragments of memory), displacement, passage of time and perception. She is interested in deconstructing already existing images to create new meaning(s).
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8-13-1990:

Blood & Milk by Frederic Fontenoy
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blastedheath:

Anton Henning (German, b. 1964), Interieur No. 99, 2001. Oil on canvas, 157 x 199.5 cm. Collection Martijn and Jeannette Sanders.
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enginkid88modern:

MARK ROTHKO (1903-1970) - GRAYS IN YELLOW
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itscolossal:

Layered Glass Table Concept Creates a Cross-Section of the Ocean
itscolossal:

Layered Glass Table Concept Creates a Cross-Section of the Ocean
itscolossal:

Layered Glass Table Concept Creates a Cross-Section of the Ocean
itscolossal:

Layered Glass Table Concept Creates a Cross-Section of the Ocean
itscolossal:

Layered Glass Table Concept Creates a Cross-Section of the Ocean
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saatchiart:

We love Faig Ahmed’s series of manipulated carpets.
saatchiart:

We love Faig Ahmed’s series of manipulated carpets.
saatchiart:

We love Faig Ahmed’s series of manipulated carpets.
saatchiart:

We love Faig Ahmed’s series of manipulated carpets.
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"All the beauty of life is made up of light and shadow."
Leo Tolstoy (via likeafieldmouse)
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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Featured Curator of the Week: DearMirah [dear-mirah]
Artist Lisa Solberg is a fashion magazine’s dream girl. She has been featured in Nylon, Elle, Monster Children, and Foam. Although she lives and works in downtown Los Angeles, Solberg has exhibited solo in galleries across the U.S. Her trademark is large-scale, expressionistic paintings
1. Destroyers D’eux-Mêmes (2012). Oil and acrylic. 2. Slit (2013). Oils. 3. Cobra (2010). Acrylic, oil, china marker, pencil, spray paint. 4. Red Eye (2013). Oils. 5. Andrej Pejic (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 6. Rabbit Punch (2011). Acrylic, and oil. 7. Camel Two (2010). Oil, ebony pencil, china marker, spray paint. 
http://www.lisasolberg.com
http://lisasolberg.tumblr.com
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johnbaldeferrari:

Leigh Ledare