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Scott Faucheux

image-574lines 001: 9' x 9'; ink, paint marker, automotive paint, on paper bagtag 006: 9' x 9' ; found printed paper and glue on paper lightning: 24'H x 36'W; found printed paper and shellac on canvas jellyfish: 72'W x 48'H; housepaint, acrylic and shellac on canvas Artist Statement my work is about the mechanical expression ...

Richard Silver

image-560 Construction Workers Vegas Caracas Marketplace Eiffel Tower Acropolis Taj Mahal Artist Statement “TILT-SHIFT”ing the World Tilt-Shift, What type of photography is that? people always ask me. How do I make people look so small or why do I make people look so small, simple…WE ARE. In the big picture we are just a small blip of what ...

Jessica Baker

image-550 Centerpiece Multiple Leaf Print Leaf Relief Pile of Maples Ginkgo Leaf Circle Artist Statement In 2007, while walking home from my studio on a rainy Fall day and looking down at sidewalks covered with leaves, it occurred to me that the damp, resilient surface of a recently fallen leaf might be able to hold the image ...

Leah Oates

image-542 Leah Oates, Transitory Space, Beijing, China, color photography, 2008-09 Artist Statement Of human life time is a point, and the substance is in flux...and what belongs to the soul is dream and vapor.... Marcus Aurelius, The Meditations The work I create first originates as a response to overlooked space that is in a continual ...

Lauren Simkin Berke

image-527 Artist Statement: Excavations and Adaptations is a series of more than sixty small works that combine ink drawings from my sketchbooks (through the use of xerox transfer) with collage. The drawings are mostly based on photographs, both found and personal, with a few drawn from direct observation. The collages vary from ...

Daniel Montoya

image-517 Artist Statement At an early age I remember looking at art books, walking around the house trying to identify titles of art reproductions I saw hanging on the wall, and observing while my father was painting a still life. From the inception I gained a love and appreciation for art and ...

Kwabena Slaughter

image-507 Oh, Very, Yes!, detail 1 Oh, Very, Yes!, detail 2 Installation View Artist Statement I think of cameras, along with photographs, as cultural artifacts. In the same way that an anthropologist can look at jewelry or clothing to learn about the culture that created those things, the design of a camera and the photos ...

Annual Gowanus Art Studio Tour

This weekend is the 13th Annual A.G.A.S.T. tour on Saturday and Sunday, October 17-18, 2009 from 1-6 p.m. Below is a listing of artists that have been featured on this site, please be sure to stop by and check out their work in person. John Azelvandre Rick Midler Brooklyn Artists Gym 168 7th St ...

Rosa Ruey

image-489Module Assembly Factory Untitled (Aerial View) Alchemic Transmogrifier For Distressed Emotions Where The Wilderness Evolves Chrono-Particle Processor Artist Statement For my work I’ve created a concept called Fantastic Functionalism. This concept involves creating an alternative reality filled with objects and environments which are imbued with extreme idealism and hope. I look at everyday problems on a ...