Luxembourg based artist Lisa Junius, who I wrote about last winter, added a beautiful new collection of her blue handmade ceramics to her shop! Yay! The square plates with the naked ladies are my favorites.
I’ve listed some more of my favorites below. Visit the shop here for more.
Ceramic paper dolls? Hmm, yes please! These beautiful, one of a kind ceramic creations by Sonia Pulido have just made my day. Love the detailed linings in blue and their wonderful, whimsical style. The bird ladies in the second image, called Zoe, Sarah & Juno, are my favorites.
I always love looking at Lisa Congdon‘s sketchbook projects. They’re so diverse and inspiring! As an artist, Lisa likes to focus on goals and challenges. And this year she committed herself to Experiments in Blue; a personal project that came forward out of three-week residency in Hudson, New York in which Lisa participated and painted in the color blue exclusively.
Oh beautiful blue. You make these ink drawings by Kevin Lucbert look soo good! I love the surreal, mysterious character of these images. I also love the ones he does in other colors, like his series called Le Temps du Loup.
Kevin Lucbert is an award-winning artist who currently lives and works in both Berlin & Paris. His works regularly appear in in exhibitions and printed publications (for the French- & international Press). Visit his Tumblr for more.
Elsa Mora’s lovely blog Art is a Way recently introduced me to these ceramic works by Vipoo Srivilasa. So many lovely shapes and details to discover in these tiny treasures… beautiful! Originally from Thailand, Vipoo Srivilasa moved to Australia in 1997 where he undertook a Master of Fine Art and Design (Ceramics) at the University of Tasmania. He now lives and works in Melbourne. Vipoo’s creations are often related to social, political and ethical issues within the contemporary society and his experience of having two homes (Thailand & Australia). The works below are part of two different projects called How to Make a Million before Dinner (2013) and Happy Land (2014). You can read more about these and other series on his website:
PS: Here you can find a very nice video on Vipoo’s latest work.
The longer I look at these gorgeous images, the better I can feel that seabreeze in my hair, the sun on my skin and some sand between my toes. I am craving for everything that is happening in Tracey Sylvester Harris’ paintings! Hooray for summer!
From her childhood Tracey has been fascinated by water as she spent many summers at pools, lakes and beaches. Now, her fierce & colorful paintings have been featured in numerous exhibitions around the US, and she is represented by galleries in Santa Monica, Boston & Nantucket. Many more works to be found on her site:
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I’m not sure what they are and how they’re called but I Love them! These little birdy/bug/monster/puppet-creatures are illustrations by Aitch. An amazingly talented artist from Romania (currently living in Portugal) with a delightful and limitless imagination. The works you see here are from her ‘blue period’ but on her website you’ll find that she is an expert in using all kinds of colors. Besides illustrating, Aitch also likes to play with clay and paint on walls. She has a Facebook page where she regularly posts new works and you can buy some of her works on Society6.