Jim Darling’s Airplane Window Seat Paintings Frame Landscapes From Mile-High Perspectives

Often I use the windows of airplanes as frames in which to view the landscapes just beyond the thick glass— scenes featuring rolling clouds, rich gradient skies, and patchwork fields. Jim Darling has taken this idea of the window as frame and created paintings that place the audience as passenger, showcasing…

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Alberto Bustos’ Paperlike Ceramics Imitate Sprouting Blades of Grass

Inspired by forms of vegetation, Spanish artist Alberto Bustos‘ pieces appear like blades of grass sprouting from the earth, stretching and curling upwards towards an imagined sun. At first glance the pieces look delicate enough to be paper, layered works that exude a dual sharp and fragile quality. However, after a…

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