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Freedom and forms… This is how I see Elin’s work. Not only is her work fluid, a message of evoking unique qualities in mastering color, art, rhythm and texture all rolled up in one. Discover this 3D medium and discover a new way of looking at cloth and creativity…
Do you dare to dream? Is it real or fantasy? Discover Josephine’s world of color, nature, dreams and reality all painted at once. With a touch of surrealism, she never stops at creating stories with nature. Share her world and believe the unbelievable…
What do Arlene and Meissen works have in common? Fine works of porcelain art. And oh my goodness is her work so unique! Currently exhibiting now at the Rhode Island School of Art Museum through July 2014 it’s a must see. Arlene’s sculptures are creations from her artist residency in Germany at the Meissen Manufacturing Company. Her touch is delicate, surreal and sculptured with a few juxtapositions that position hierarchy, thoughts and old world. Visit and see for yourself.
Visit:ArleneShechet.net and RISD.edu
Walnut, Oak, Pine… these are just a few ‘woods’ that Charles crafts beautiful functional / artistic furniture and decorative pieces with. Working the old fashion way (hand and tool) and his attention-to-detail, style and workmanship… each piece is stunning to look at or use in your home/office. See for yourself.