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crossconnectmag: The Intricate Tree Sculptures of Jorge...

crossconnectmag : The Intricate Tree Sculptures of Jorge Mayet Jorge Mayet trained as an artist in Cuba.  He now lives in Spain.  Jorge recreates with beautiful precision trees and root structures using papier mache, paints, and metals. His work reflects his life living in two worlds – uprooted and yet still growing and flourishing. Check out our Facebook for more great content.  Posted by Lisa

Illustrations by Yoshitaka Amano

Illustrations by Yoshitaka Amano

nonconcept: Inspiration: Summer 2016

nonconcept : Inspiration: Summer 2016

Ball Point Pen Art of Shane McAdams Shane McAdams is a Brooklyn...

Ball Point Pen Art of Shane McAdams Shane McAdams  is a Brooklyn based artist who creating beautiful colored ink abstractions that are not drawn but naturally moved by wind and gravity to create unique patterns and drying finishes. The physical sense of land and material has continued to guide my work, both as a symbol of process and as a source of content. I remain interested in how the incremental effects of time can create something more structured and unique than I might ever make with my own hands. My recent work merges competing formal languages: those things that look like nature, those that symbolize nature, and those which are nature. The form in this work is often analogous to the methods of its creation. The structures in them take root in the physical properties inherent within specific, mundane materials such as Elmer’s glue, correction fluid, ballpoint pen ink and plastic resin, whose limits are stretched by subjecting them to non-traditional applic

Ted Stahl - Creative “No matter how much We try to...

Ted Stahl - Creative “No matter how much We try to control, The lives we live Shape the role We assume within Each interaction And what we ignore Through petty distraction. But structure is An illusion we impose Upon our existence And that of those With whom we share This ongoing conversation… For that’s what life is When we’re not succumbing To our own procrastination.” © Ted Stahl - digital mixed media and layered fractals Like us on Facebook and Twitter       Posted by Andrew

‘In A Backyard Far Far Away’, Craig...

‘In A Backyard Far Far Away’, Craig Davison   #Illustration  |  posted by R.S.

Illustrations by Gil Grigoreva

Illustrations by  Gil Grigoreva

Illustrations by Gil Grigoreva

Illustrations by Gil Grigoreva

Watercolors by Carol Carter Carol Carter is a contemporary...

Watercolors by Carol Carter Carol Carter is a contemporary watercolor artist based out of St Louis, MO. She is such a prolific painter that it proved nearly impossible to select just seventeen images to feature out of the hundreds documented throughout her website. Her subject matter is incredibly varied, ranging from swimmers, nudes, flora and fauna, to interiors and landscapes of the Everglades and Italy. In spite of painting such a vast range of subject matter, her work remains consistent with her personal style; painting with an electric color palette, she saturates values of light and dark with a brilliant range of unpredictable color that often takes on the effect of solarization. Follow her on Facebook . Cross Connect Mag // Facebook - Twitter - Instagram posted by Margaret   via