It’s happened again, time to clean out my bookmarks.
Laurie Frick. Absolutely wonderful. She records and tracks data about herself, and then she uses that data to make incredible artwork.
I had bookmarked an image, but apparently, she has a blog as well. I haven’t explored it, but I intend to. It looks interesting.
Jill Gallenstein. Symmetry, pattern, beauty.
The Burning House asks “What would you grab if your house was on fire?” It has got me thinking about what I would take. How about you?
Raw Color. Color swatches from vegetable dyes. So pretty.
Would it be a linky post without Strange Shoes? Of course not! Go here and you won’t be disappointed.
Barbara Wisnoski. Oh my! I like her color sense and the wonderful slapdash panache of her work. I found myself nodding in agreement when I read her artist statement. It compresses a lot of my own amorphous feelings about work.
Nicholas Crispini. A series of drawings of nests. Beautiful chaos.
Land Art Ho! I am a huge fan of land art, those enormous works in ice, in sand, and earth. I am always amazed by what a complicated undertaking it is to make these things. I know I have linked to him before, but look through Jim Denevan's website and prepare to be amazed. (via Swiss Miss)
And finally, this is for my two geologists: Geological Papercuts.