Saturday, December 24, 2005

Saturday art blogging

Art blogging is a day late due to Blogger having some problems not uploading pictures yesterday. Hopefully, the art will make up for the tardiness.

James W. Johnson's site features over 700 examples of his work. The breadth and depth is terrific. I can spend all day looking through it.

Audrey Kawasaki does beautiful work using wood as her canvas (second illustration). She also works in the digital medium (first illustration). Just some amazing stuff combining the modern with a touch of traditional Asian art.

Dan McCarthy's work seems rather childish and sometimes haunting and yet, very organic.

Robert Carter's site uses Flash. It's got some great work on it, particularly his portraits.

The Patent Room features drawings filed with the U.S. patent office in the 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s. Featured above are two views of buildings. They also have cars, toys, and trains.

Lennard Schuurmans, whose site is a pain to navigate, but whose work is terrific.

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