Cornelia Konrad creates site-specific installations by implying a sense of weightlessness to ordinary objects. The German artist’s sculptures appear to be frozen in time and space, gracefully suspended in the air as if the otherwise ordinary landscape has begun to float away. You can see Konrad’s diverse body of work at her website: www.cokonrads.de
Anyone who’s taken Digital Photography 101 knows that long-exposure photos are easy to make but near-impossible to perfect. Leaving the shutter open, the artist will blindly “paint” the light onto the open exposure and hopes it turns out the way they envisioned. In Barry Underwood’s case, he has not only mastered the art of the [...]
American visual artist Scott Hazard doesn’t just want his audience to look deeper, he practically forces them to. By utilizing a unique combination of photography and sculpture, Hazard is able to draw the viewer’s attention to what would typically be the more-easily overlooked aspects of his images. His artist statement explains; “As Walt Whitman wrote [...]
Polish street artist NeSpoon created this installation at Oak Beach on the Baltic Sea. Using lace, spray paint, and a few pieces of driftwood, these pieces fit seamlessly into the landscape as if they’d grown there naturally. Check out NeSpoon’s many other lacy installations from around the world by viewing her portfolio here.
Artist and architecture professor Jean-Paul Bordier proves that when it comes to experimenting with nature, just a little imagination can go a long way. Bordier creates powerful landscape manipulations using rather simple techniques such color blocking and inverse stone-stacking, and the results are breathtaking. See his full body of work at jeanpaulbourdier.com.