This is a great time of year to discover new art. Here are a few artists you may want to check out: The Menagerie Series South African artist Gawie Joubert. Cradle 2 California artist Tanya Wolf Ragir. Adrift Dutch artist Daan Noppen. Expression of Form Collaboration between Rik Oostenbroek (Design, painting, illustration) and Futuredeluxe and… Continue reading Like Barley Bending Spring Art Fair 2017
Here are a Few Watercolors from some great artist - and some great music! Japanese artist Yuko Nagayama New Work by Serbian artist Endre Penovác. See my previous post of his work American Artist Lisa Krannichfeld Chinese artist Guan Weixing American Artist Zach Johnsen Detroit, Michigan (USA) artist… Continue reading Winter 2017 Watercolors
The 1st Annual Seattle Art Fair was at the end of July (July 31 – August 2) and it was an outrageous success. Over 60 art galleries from around the world showed the works of hundreds of artists. In addition to sculpture and painting the fair included multimedia art, virtual reality exhibits, performance art, and immersive… Continue reading Seattle Art Fair 2015
Nikon's 2014 Annual Small World in Motion Photomicrography winner's are spectacular. The small world of science is dazzling. Here are a few of the Winners and the Honorable Mentions, in GIF form courtesy of The Huffingpost - see the full article for all the Winners and Honorable Mentions or visit the Official Site for… Continue reading Winners from Nikon’s annual Small World in Motion Photomicrography Competition
Gravity from Clemens Wirth on Vimeo. Via Laughing Squid
Heart and Lung transplants use to require transporting the donor organs on ice in coolers to the patient. Now new technology keeps the organs alive and pumping or breathing while they are being transported. Called the Organ Care System, the organs have oxygen and blood moving through them as they are being transported. This allows… Continue reading Organ Care System Helps Hearts and Lungs Stay Alive for Transplant
Jack and the Giant from A Love Like Pi on Vimeo. On the space that widens between you and your imagination as you grow old.