This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / May 22, 2009

Wouldn't you just love to know who was in this chair before it came to grief? Jeremy Mora creates tiny sculptural works wrought with unanswered questions. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Nandita Scillitani's photos are up close and personal, with a little extra thrown in to evoke the senses.

Paintings by Laura Zeck have a dash of the past, a fistful of fantasy and just enough cute to border on quirk.

The mysteries surrounding the imagery in paintings by Darrell Hagan are the kinds that are solved late, late into the night.

Trailers and those that make their lives within or around them are the subjects of Blue McRight's latest series: tidy, precise and disturbing because of it.

Rough, rocky bases and tiny bits of everything play a large part in Jeremy Mora's latest sculptural pieces. The again, you may run into the occasional ballasted balloon.

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