Glass Work by Janis Miltenberger
"Guilty by Association" Series
Recycled Paper and Mixed Media
2011 / 2012
Started with an erasing photography parts Jonathan Owen came from two-dimensional carving to three-dimensional using marble and wood. Mercury, David and Untitled military bust are the first bold captivating works Scottish artist you may see below.
On a trip to Sicily, Mauritius and Morocco photographer Joseph Ford spent several days flying around over all sorts of terrain in a helicopter. After showing the aerial pictures to some friends they suggested shooting a series mixing fashion and landscapes. Juxtaposing clothes and aerial landscape, the piece of work was selected for the Association of Photographers Awards in the UK and had an Honorable Mention in the International Photography Awards.
The combination of images creates a fascinating interaction, highlighting the appeal of each image, which would have been less remarkable on their own. But by identifying an unexpected relationship with other images each picture develops a gripping impression.
In dishonor of Columbus Day, here’s a few of our favorite postcolonial artworks: http://bit.ly/ZoqE93
Lola Dupré is a collage artist and illustrator currently working near Avignon in the south of France. From 2000 to 2011, she worked in Glasgow, Scotland, at the Chateau Studios and then from the Chalet Studios. With scissors, glue, and whole lot of patience, Dupré creates unique visual landscapes that are inspired, humorous, and aesthetically pleasing. Recent clients and collaborators include, Nike + Doubleday & Cartwright, New York Magazine, Flair Magazine Italia and Die Welt.