Korean artist, Ho Ryon Lee creates fascinating paintings which at first glance appear to be photographic images. The way Lee captures movement in such a detailed, intricate way belies his artistic skill and immediately adds depth, drawing the viewer in. Ho Ryon Lee works primarily in Oils.
Haruyo Morita is a japanese artist whose work focuses on her love and appreciation of Kabuki theatre. The intricate detailing in her work is incredible; the eye is drawn through each swirling figment of nature around the painting. The use of both soft and vibrant colours capture a mood that draws the viewer in.
'Shaper of dreams'
Robby Cavanaugh transcends the visual boundaries from reality to the intricate world of sensation. Cavanaugh is a self taught photographer who is based in southern California.
Brazilian artist Ernesto Neto creates tantalising sensory installations, incorporating touch, smell, colour and sound. Neto stimulates the viewers senses; he invites them to interact with his installations by tempting them with vibrant colours and enigmatic shapes.
Ann Hamilton is an artist who constantly inspires me with her inventive, stirring art which sets in motion the wheels of the mind. ‘The event of a thread’ is lucrative, yet open. The interaction of the individual is key; billowing silk cloth suspended in the vastness of a great hall, illuminated by the virgin white- slashed by the iron swings, creates an invigorating and awe inspiring site. The air generated by the act of individuals swinging crosses the space, caressing the silk, inviting the dance between movement and life.
Nina Saunders transforms mundane objects into fascinating pieces of art. Saunders changes the essence of an object, leaving it in a continuous state of metamorphosis.
'SINCERELY YOURS, 2007'