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Sculptures by Regardt van der Meulen, a Johannesburg-based... crss

crossconnectmag: Hand-Painted Carpets by Jason Seife Reinventing...

crossconnectmag : Hand-Painted Carpets by Jason Seife Reinventing his favorite eras in Art History, mostly Renaissance, through the mediums and techniques that were not yet discovered or utilized at the time, Miami-based artist, Jason Seife (born 1989) bases his approach on merging tightly rendered images with thick layers of color that create distinctive texture. His newest body of work shows his interest in the geometric pattern of old Persian carpets.  Like what you see? Follow Cross Connect for the gorgeous art! posted by Margaret   via

crossconnectmag: Clayton Shonkwiler:  Math Professor,...

crossconnectmag : Clayton Shonkwiler:  Math Professor, Artist Clayton Shonkwiler  is a Math Professor at Colorado State University.  He has no art training, but his mom was an Art History major and his dad was an Architect, so he said that ‘there were always lots of art and architecture books and prints around’.  He started making gifs as a way to illustrate something in a research talk, became hooked on the possibilities and now, several years later, he has built a body of elegant and mesmerizing gif work.  He is part of a trend that I have been noticing of coder artists that I have written about more at length here   Read a short interview with Clayton Shonkwiler here Posted by David More unique art on Cross Connect Magazine: Facebook || Instagram

crossconnectmag: “Illusion is needed to disguise the emptiness...

crossconnectmag : “Illusion is needed to disguise the emptiness within.” ~ Arthur Erickson Incredible work from the talented  Jana Hoffmann “Today, on my way to work I will pretend this is me - riding my bike on a frozen lake in the middle of Lapland. Maybe this will help me forget about Berlin’s drizzle and the night shift ahead…” We’re on Instagram! Follow us Selected by RS

Submission Featured Art by Troy Murrah Combining inherited...

Submission  Featured Art by Troy Murrah Combining inherited family skills of quilting and carpentry, Los Angeles-based artist Troy Murrah uses thousands of cut geometric pieces from a variety of material ranging from wood to plexi and metal.  All these cut pieces, from leftover remnants & discarded furniture, are composed together to construct elaborate wall hangings that replicate traditional quilt patterns. For more check out his Instagram . CONTACT INFO: Michelle Murrah michellemurrah@gmail.com Thank you for your submission.   Submit here

crossconnectmag: Tenorless:  Gorgeous Flowing MotionNote:  The...

crossconnectmag : Tenorless:  Gorgeous Flowing Motion Note :  The artwork above is edited gif clips of the work of Tenorless. To see the full length and full motion video with sound, visit the Instagram page of Tenorless . Tenorless recently graduated in New Media from University of North Carolina at Asheville and has become a passionate advocate of the software Touchdesigner, which is a ‘node based visual programming language for real time interactive multimedia content’ that has captured the imagination of many artists due to its ability to create real time moving images like the clips you see above.  It is used by EDM artists such as DeadMau5 for their live shows.  Tenorless is an artist with a fertile and wide ranging imagination, and with a tool like Touchdesigner in his hands he is able to create beautifully flowing textures and imagery. Seeing such imagery on giant screens backed by EDM music must be quite an experience. Posted by David More unique art on Cro

crossconnectmag: Detailed Works on Seashells by Gregory...

crossconnectmag : Detailed Works on Seashells by Gregory Halili Gregory Raymond Halili  born in the Philippines in 1975, carves and paints mother-of-pearl shells. Halili received his B.F.A. from the University of the Arts in Philadelphia. His work focuses on the art of miniatures with interest in the notion and idea of memory, life, death, and cycle. The artist is represented by the Nancy Hoffman Gallery in NYC. Follow him on  Facebook .  Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by tu recepcja

Illustrations by James Firnhaber James Firnhaber is a...

Illustrations by James Firnhaber James Firnhaber is a freelance illustrator based in Philadelphia. He graduated from the illustration program at the University of the Arts in 2016. A storyteller at heart, his illustrations capture the moments that define, inspire, and change individuals and places. In his work, he uses watercolor washes and detailed line work to tell these stories. Follow him on Instagram . Art is the only way to run away without leaving home - run with us . posted by Margaret from tu recepcja