High-Quality Endeavor
High-Quality Endeavor
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freundevonfreunden:

iThemba Tower: Raising Awareness Through Art
A 30-meter tower made from plastic bottles is street artist’s R1 upcoming project to raise awareness about recycling in less advantaged communiteis of Johannesburg.
The iThemba tower aspires to become a landmark and symbol of inspiration for the local children.
Support this project and find out more details here.
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bhsutton:

Joyce Robbins's superb ceramic sculpture “Pink Bend” (2014) from her recent show at THEODORE:Art, Paint and Clay.
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willhutnick:

jacktomhogan:
Jack Hogan

Willies; 2014; construction spray paint on slashed paper; 70 x 40”
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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
FPOAFM Nomadic Art/Craft Collective
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bhsutton:

Tara Donovan's prickly untitled sculpture at Pace Gallery (through August 15).
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mentaltimetraveller:

Keith Sonnier
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willhutnick:

Kristen Schiele at 17 17 Troutman #1717troutman #kristenschiele #bos #bos2014
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openyoureyeballs:

Emma Webster, Ginger Spice Where’d You Go?, 2014
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sfmoma:

SubmissionFriday:
Marianna Brinzová/Reflection n. 6/from the series: Empty Spaces/ 2012/acrylic/spray/gum-asfalt on wood 
http://mariannabrinzova.tumblr.com/
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jimharrisart:

Jim Harris 2014 http://www.saatchiart.com/jimharris
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nycartscene:

continues thru Jan 26:“DU” Anke WeyerCANADA Gallery, 333 Broome St., NYCan exhibition of human scale canvases, each piece a flayed mass of colorful forms. Compulsively drawing with a brush, rapidly filling tablets of paper, Weyer flushes out images from her subconscious and builds an index for her paintings. Swift marks are boldly layered and shapes fall into place, all colliding with teeming energy. With illusions to primitive forms, pop art, handwriting and the human figure mashed into jumbled puddles of color, forms appear and disappear; eyes, monstrous figures, cartoonish limbs, jumbled words, trees, suggestions of landscapes, calligraphic marks and sumptuous lines are carved by Weyer’s brush. “I like to keep the paintings close when making them. Despite their scale, I want to treat them like drawings, like those pieces of paper which allow me unfiltered expression.” - A. Weyer
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Cy Twombly, Ferragosto III, 1961
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serpathomas:

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