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The Artwork Of Alexander Revier
Title: The Artwork Of Alexander Revier
Author: Alexander Revier
Published: February 27, 2009
"Bread Beak and SugarDale!" cried Cody from Cat arena. "I caught I big one!" Everyday is holiday in psychedelphia.
Three Prints
Title: Three Prints
Author: Randell Morgan
Published: February 20, 2008
Morgan pieces together imagery from all days spent.
Mauled By A Cougar
Title: Mauled By A Cougar
Author: Mauled By A Cougar
Published: January 14, 2008
When Mauled by a Cougar, play dead and dream.
6 Photographs Exploring Saturation
Title: 6 Photographs Exploring Saturation
Author: Nick Sacy
Published: October 1, 2007
The colors of the south, saturated with open, rustic, potential beauties, captured by Sacy's cartesian symmetry.
5 Photographs
Title: 5 Photographs
Author: Joshua Davis
Published: September 1, 2005
Joshua's photography records whatever city he's in, for what the city is: five photographs from American city streets.
Flesh & Fur
Title: Flesh & Fur
Author: Amanda Dunn
Published: August 1, 2005
Flesh and Fur is a sculpture "about the glamorization of the taxidermy world in relation to road kill and inner city canine abuse."
Various Pieces Of Artwork
Title: Various Pieces Of Artwork
Author: Benji Derdeyn
Published: July 1, 2005
Derdeyn’s conceptual sculpture and short stories are interactive, interesting modern works of art, accompanied by the artist’s own thoughts and insights.
Ten Pieces Of Pottery
Title: Ten Pieces Of Pottery
Author: Conor Muldoon
Published: June 1, 2005
Vibrant colors and beautifully thrown pottery represent a human journey, one about the “transition of focus from the outside superficial world, to the inner person, the inner experiences.”
7 Photographs
Title: 7 Photographs
Author: Nils Vik
Published: May 1, 2005
7 Photographs: “seeing beauty is somewhat of a choice, you just have to try and see good in what your eyes land upon.”
Why Do We Treat Animals The Way We Do?
Title: Why Do We Treat Animals The Way We Do?
Author: Mirka Hokkanen
Published: April 1, 2005
We have lost respect for and alienated ourselves “from other-than-self beings… We need to become conscious of the appropriate privileges and responsibilities of our kind among our fellow species.”
Three Works
Title: Three Works
Author: Richard Ashby
Published: November 8, 2004
Enjoy sculpture, collage and painting created by a colorful mind.
Black & White Photography
Title: Black & White Photography
Author: Arlene Cloud
Published: October 24, 2004
Crisp, striking black and white prints framed by the careful hand and eye of a mother.
Featureless Paintings
Title: Featureless Paintings
Author: Shayla Sacy
Published: October 10, 2004
The artist, and young mother of two beautiful children, removed facial features from each portrait with the idea that each person will remain recognizable to the viewer.
Paper Sculpture
Title: Paper Sculpture
Author: Matthew Rich
Published: September 13, 2004
Rich attempts to coalesce human and natural actualities by forming images of larger-than-life themes from everyday materials.
Black & White Photography
Title: Black & White Photography
Author: Chris Phelps
Published: August 30, 2004
Washington D.C., and other U.S. sites and city streets, from the layman's perspective.
Pen & Ink Drawings
Title: Pen & Ink Drawings
Author: Jeremy Nelson
Published: August 15, 2004
Intricately woven lines and well wrought designs demonstrate Nelson's skill and compositional eye.
Graphic Design
Title: Graphic Design
Author: Travis Lee
Published: July 11, 2004
Lee's design-work is a style unto its own: shock, stimulation, provocation.
Title: Sculpture
Author: Michael J. Bryant
Published: June 28, 2004
Creative sculptures that tickle faculties of the mind and smile. Each work includes a fun story, anecdote, or historical tidbit about its creation.
Title: Untitled
Author: Lori Stuart
Published: May 30, 2004
An early oil on canvas by professional make-up artist, Lori Davis.