Moved by the captivating, large-scale pieces created from found materials by El Anatsui, a self-proclaimed "ethnocentrista" shares a personal account of her experience viewing works by the Nigeria-based artist exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum.
Meet Elise whose paper cut painting won over the judges in our 2013 Art Contest.
Erin of Art Social waxes poetic about Denise's collages.
Miniatures fascinate me. Maybe it's because I watched the movie Honey, I Shrunk the Kids a lot when I was little. Or maybe it's the fact that I'm 5'3" and holding tiny things makes me feel like a giant... we'll never know, but I do know this: Audrey Heller's photographs are seriously crush-worthy. Audrey transforms common foods and objects into exciting uncharted worlds for her tiny figurines to explore. Her playful and imaginative juxtapositions create some pretty surreal scenarios. Ordinary objects like grapes, cappuccinos, and breakfast cereal become unfamiliar - even dangerous - landscapes. Like film stills, Audrey's photos leave…
Erin of artsocial stops by to crush on another Uncommon Artist.