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Thursday, March 29, 2012
Tuesday, March 27, 2012
Exciting new artists currently uploaded on http://www.facebook.com/artspecifier. Don't miss out on these talented artists. #art, #artists
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Monday, March 26, 2012
CAT TELSA Six, 40"x 5" totems on birch: acrylic paintings by Cat Tesla, Atlanta, GA. Tags: geometric, minimal, acrylic, wood, sculpture, collage, red, orange/copper, yellow/gold, black, brown, white, grey/silver, beige, organic, nature, contemporary, abstract, abstracts, earth, wall sculpture, calm, ethereal, earth tones, warm, soft, painting, paintings, mixed media, healthcare, hospitality, corporate, residential HTTP://WWW.ARTSPECIFIER.COM
Sunday, March 25, 2012
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Friday, March 23, 2012
lots of exciting new artists are exhibiting on http://www.facebook.com/artspecifier. Artspecifier.com is a curated website linking the art and design communities directly with artists working in all media world wide.
JOEL ARMSTRONG- Memories of nightime fishing on the Texas gulf coast, with the sounds of water lapping on the side of the boat, sailboat rigging in the distance, and gulls laughing above help create this installation of more than 200 wire fish swimming beneath the surface of the water. A 12 foot rusted boat serves as the main light source in the gallery. You can see more of Joel's work on http://www.artspecifier.com.