Matthew Couper, ''Creator, Nurturer, Lifegiver', 2010, oil on three metal panels, 41" x 107", Sir James Wallace Arts Trust Collection, Auckland, New Zealand.
Upcoming Exhibition: Matthew Couper: Recent Devotional Paintings. http://www.mattcouper.com/RCC.html
Children Of The Large-Beaked Bird, 2014
acrylic, pencil, collage and oil on paper mounted to canvas
For more information about the work of Amir H. Fallah go to:
Amirhfallah.com, Gallerywendinorris.com, and Thethirdline.com
1_ "Eyes as Big as Plates # Edda (2013), Iceland. 100 x 120 cm, Digital C-type. Edda means great grandmother in Icelandic. In the middle of the active volcanic zone separating Europe and the Americas, Edda bravely walked onto land where no other would as the ground bubbled left and right around us. See more from the shoot here: http://eyesasbigasplates.com/2013/11/01/olafur-my-olafur-the-luminous-edda/”
One of the hand embellished prints I’m doing for 1xrun.com – the release date is Tuesday 5/13, I’m doing two other variations on this lady check her out on their site or on mine www.kellesimonewaits.com
hand embellished print on cold press watercolor paper
Yutaka Sone and Benjamin Weissman, Cat Rock, 2007-2009, Acrylic on canvas board, 18 x 24 inches, Courtesy of the artists
Featured in the exhibition What Every Snowflake Knows in Its Heart, that was on view at the Santa Monica Museum of Art from November 21, 2013 through April 5, 2014.
The Silent Station at Nikolaj Kunsthalle solo show Copenhagen 2012. I travelled in The footsteps of writer, Aksel Sandemoses alterego, Espen Arnakke. Ferom the island we both grew up to Fogo Island, Newfoundland. Sandemose for many years was writing at a Novel called ”The silent station," it was never published. More at:
"I am seeking. I am striving. I am in it with all my heart." ~Vincent van Gogh
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