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Oil paintings by Kelsey Shwetz

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Art on Tuesday 20 December 2011

Kelsey Shwetz, an oil painter living in Montreal, explores gender roles, beauty, the sexualization of women, death, and decay. Her work transports the viewer into intimate, unfamiliar, and sometimes awkward scenarios, forcing an uncomfortable response coupled with an over-enthralling lust for more.

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Hand-spun wool amoebas by Laura K. McMillan

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Art on Friday 25 November 2011

Laura K. McMillan, a textile artist from the west coast of Canada, combines art and science in her embroidered cells and hand-spun wool amoebas. She is developing an artistic practice that pushes textile art into a whole new realm, away from its modern craft fair affiliations.

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Pat Perry

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Illustration on Friday 25 November 2011

Check out the work of Michigan-based illustrator, artist, and avid traveller, Pat Perry. Just browse through his sketchbooks. It’s pure bliss.

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Typography by Craig Ward

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Design on Thursday 17 November 2011

Craig Ward has established himself as one of the most important typography designers on the scene today. Inspired by artists such as Vaughan Oliver and members of the Tomato collective, Ward strips words down and rebuilds them with a gritty and gutsy flare. He believes great design does not depend upon legibility, it’s about ripping […]

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New work from Nigel Sutcliffe

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Illustration on Thursday 17 November 2011

Combining my studies in Graphic Design and traditional drawing, I made the natural progression to illustration in 2009. Inspired by artists such as Sam Weber, Jeremy Fish, the Hanuka brothers, Edward Kinsella, and Ian Francis, my work falls somewhere between semi-realism and comic. I communicate ideas through a mash up of watercolour, vector, and graphite.

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Underwater art show debuts on artificial reef off Key West

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Art on Tuesday 15 November 2011

The underwater world is massively overlooked, especially when it comes to fine art. That’s why I was so excited to see Austrian photographer Andreas Franke pushing for a more unconventional approach to the exhibition of his digital composites. His latest work is now showing in the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary, over 90ft below the […]

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Robin Boyden

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By Nigel Sutcliffe in New Illustration on Tuesday 15 November 2011

If you’re not already, you should be following UK illustrator, animator, and Masters student, Robin Boyden. He may be early in his career, but he has already produced an impressive portfolio of award-winning illustrations. With his constant delivery of fresh and vibrant characters, he is quickly rising to the top.

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