Thursday, 3 April 2008

White textures

I promised I'd keep showing all the posts that never made it into my month (or two) of white posts in January and February. With all the sun and colour of the last 2 weeks I thought a cooling white catch up might be in order, and might psychologically prepare me for the snow predicted to arrive this weekend. Poor little lambs nearby think every day will be sunny like today was, I wish I could take them home. Enjoy the lamb-like whites, mostly familiar names, but also a few newer ones...


Tara Donovan: Strata, glue, 2000-2001 via Ace Gallery


Element Clay Studio: Large Noni ceramic tile (detail) on Etsy


Element Clay Studio: LCeramic Micro tiles on Etsy


Georgia Russell: The Times, cut newspaper, 2003 at England & Co.


Jeanne Opgenhaffen: Dancing Shadow, porcelain


Mia Perlman: Cut Paper 'Nigh' (detail) 2007


Noriko Ambe: Lands of Emptiness A (detail), Cut paper, 2003


Jennifer Prichard: Ceramic Wall tiles, Shag


Cassander Eeftinck Schattenker: Photography, 2007


Aleksandra Gaca: Architextile 2007

10 comments:

janine de waal said...

WOW!!! These are beautiful textures! I love it!

Alix said...

fantastic array of textures. thank you. in particular for introducing me to the work of georgia russell

mansuetude said...

love when you show white!!!

babelfish said...

I love this selection of artworks, so beautiful with their textures and intricate patterns.

julie said...

SO inspiring - a beautiful collection!!

amisha said...

what an incredibly beautiful collection of textures... i could gaze at these all day!
and thank you for your sweet words lady... hugs to you! xo

Marie-Louise said...

Everyone these white structures and surfaces. It becomes so beautiful, which beautiful pictures!

Anonymous said...

check out her unique and beautiful ceramics.

http://www.clairepalastanga.com/forms.htm

Anonymous said...

I love Jennifer Prichard's work and the Jeanne Opgenhaffen work. The upclose of the Element Clay Studio work seems to be a bit unfinished and not polished well. Visible cracks and gaps. Noriko Ambe's paper work is insanely beautiful!

Shauna said...

Jennifer Prichard's work is so detailed and her web site is beautiful. Noriko Ambe's is so amazing.

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