Marsha Cottrell (USA)
Brooklyn-based artist Marsha Cottrell creates deft, intricate drawings of stellar landscapes, imaginary worlds floating light years away. ”The first landscape images in art I connected with as a young person were da Vinci’s “deluge” drawings,” she told Review Interview earlier this year. I was attracted to the idea that they were not representations of actual places, but eternal/internal landscapes that might be found anywhere at any moment in time. Their energy, architecture, and intricacy - but not rigidity - always appealed to me. They seemed to present an open platform with which to interact, and I’ve always aspired for my own work operate in a similar way.” Indeed, the works project space and wonder while also maintaing a strange kind of familiarity, the gaps filled in by your own mind. (sc. Flavorwire)
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Lots of big news coming very soon for Earth Magic!
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Nakazora #925＿ 115x76m/m
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Series:Entomologicals 19th C/1987
• Entomological #2 1870/1987
• Entomological #1 1870/1987
• Entomological #6 1870/1987
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Er-Osmose - copyrights 2012 - 2013
wow!!very cool my dear!! <3
First track from Nadja’s forthcoming album “Flipper”. Out on Oaken Palace Records beginning of May.
A Coruña, Spain | until 23rd February 2013
Time Is A Book
curatoren Els Dietvorst, Dirk Braeckman, co-editors, Agna Smisdom, Erik Eelbode, Time Festival Gent
Albert Bierstadt - Cloudy Study, Moonlight (ca. 1860)
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He dreamed that the water was afraid of heights & depths.