Nonsense Sculptures by Seyo Cizmic
Maria Teicher’s Paintings
Philadelphia-based artist Maria Teicher’s latest body of work focuses on portraits and narrative paintings that feature disturbing yet delicate compositions. Each tells stories based on personal experiences in a very concise yet mysterious way. The open-ended yet evocative works give viewers a space to relate and “bring one’s own experiences into each piece.” In an effort to convey sentiments of suffering or powerlessness, Teicher’s portraits often disguise, constrict and deform the human face. In her latest paintings, she tightly veils her subjects with clear or opaque plastic bags, playing with her audience’s boundaries and fears.
Paintings by Ruben Pang
We are enjoying the paintings of Singaporean artist Ruben Pang this morning. Pan describes his paintings as “projections of his psyche, which reflect on notions of prospect, arrival, and transformation.” His process evolves and gradually builds up with each brushstroke and layering of paint.
No One is Innocent
Anything When I’m High
The Spirit of Ecstasy
Liberate the De ad with Eloquence
por qué? <3
Model: Kimberly Jay
Photographer: Niel Galen
By Carol Rossetti (originally in color, I hope she forgives me!)
These photosets keep circulating and they make me so happy. Because constantly I feel afraid about things I enjoy or do and these make me feel so much better