Artist Laurie Frick creates gorgeous collages using cardboard, wood, paperback book covers, junkmail and gallery cards. She describes her work as being a fine line between art and neuroscience. She translates her nightly EEG sleep data into beautiful organic, rhythmic, textured and colorful installations.
At first glance Yulia Brodskaya artwork looks like a painting…but it is actually a process called quilling, which entails strips of paper to be rolled, shaped, and glued to the background. I had to go to her website to see how it actually was put together and am wowed by the patience, beauty, and amazing texture it creates. I would love to see this piece in person…I don’t think a photograph can truly capture its brilliance.
Inspired by the play between positive and negative space I am drawn to the works of artist Karen O’Leary and Yuri Fukuda (Emogayu Ceramics). Although their material expression are very different their delicate work carries the similar thread of intricate beauty. Just breathtaking!
Charlotte, NC-based artist Karen O’Leary transforms functional city maps into pieces of art through her steady hand and precise cuts. (Found on coolhunting.com)
Artist Yuri Fukuda lives in Brooklyn, NY (Found on coolhunting.com)