We looked at Moki’s mysterious landscapes early on in the week, paintings of the places deep in the woods or the rocks on the shore that are not accessible to the likes of us.
Tim Chumley’s photos of flowers and produce are soft and appealing without being cloying. Who knew an onion could look so romantic?
The detail of Megan Bogonovich’s ceramics makes us think of sea creatures, but the human bits that are attached really add a surreal touch.
Andy Dandy is a series of photos by the Hilton Brtohers, Christopher Makos and Paul Solberg, that combines black and white portraits of Andy Warhol playing with identity with blooms rich in colour.
And the week ends with a few pieces from Valerie Hegarty, Nathan Mabry and Andrew Schoultz from an exhibition held by House of Campari last week in Miami. SM
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