”Night Market”, Jolene Lai
"It always amuses me that the biggest praise for my work comes for the imagination, while the truth is that there’s not a single line in all my work that does not have a basis in reality. The problem is that Caribbean reality resembles the wildest imagination.”
—Gabriel García Márquez from The Art of Fiction No. 69, The Paris Review
My mugs are finally out of the studio! Maracas de café puertorriqueñas (menos bustelo :P) #ceramic #ceramics #mugs #clay #coffee #puertorico #puertorican
Mr Oswald, say hi to friends. Friends, say hi to Mr Oswald. This is our new boy :) #catsofinstagram #rescue #newcat
The Real Life Models, by Flora Borsi.
1. “The Corn Poppy”, c.1919, Kees van Dongen;
2. “Woman with Green Hat”, 1939, Pablo Picasso;
3. “Portrait of a Polish Woman”, 1919, Amedeo Modigliani;
4. “Gelber Narrenhut”, 1955, Rudolf Hausner.
5. “Female Torso”, c.1933, Kazimir Malevich.
(Thanks to aanubis)
Makes sense now!
Wookjae Maeng ( Korean ) - Ceramics and Slip Casting
The theme of my work is to represent complex, ambiguous and uncomfortable
relationships between man and animal. Nature and animals has been an object of art for a long time. And, it will be continued until the fall of human being,although the point of view has been changed. There are lots of living creatures on the earth.
The human is on the top of the ecological pyramid now and can manage all kinds of our fellow creatures. However, it is getting worse for certain.