Ian Davenport’s Dripping Painting

Dripping painting maybe technically looks like really simple, but when that’s simplification digging with cultural and different point of view, art work its really matter and values. In the other hand, Ian Davenport was succeed show us, how to paint with sincere and full of heart.   Ian Davenport was born at 1966 and graduated from Northwich College of Art and Design, Cheshire.

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Preserved Nature by Drawing Landscape

“I’m trying to turn scientists’ warnings and statistics into a more accessible medium,” she explains, “and hopefully it inspires people to make an impact in their own lives, no matter how big or small that may be– whether they turn the air conditioning down or make sure the water is not left running” said Zaria at her page. She choose being a landscape artist and making painting in a big scale to spread an idea about climate and nature in red notice condition. Continue reading

Frank Lloyd Wright in Kirigami’s Paperdandy

With a career spanning over 70 years, American architect Frank Lloyd Wright changed the course of American architecture. Born in Wisconsin in 1867, Wright spent his formative years in the Midwest, and was in Chicago, where he was hired as a draftsman at an architectural firm, that his career would take off after opening his own studio in 1893. Continue reading

Gabriel Schama and ‘Ellsie” with Cutting Laser

When art and technology melting in art work we will get a new perspective and better out come in material approach. Gabriel Schama one of high end craftmanship artist for wood material and laser cutting technology, his adventures with his trusty laser cutter (affectionately called “Elsie”) to produce his distinct, intricate wood-relief sculptures. Continue reading

Enjoying Universe in The Mug

Craftsmanship is what skilled artists and builders demonstrate when they create something. A well-built log house or a gorgeous hand-knit blanket both require craftsmanship to create. Craftsmanship comes from craftsman, whose root is the Old English cræft, which originally meant “physical strength” and later evolved to mean “trade or handicraft.” Continue reading