This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / June 12, 2009

We were shocked and dismayed to hear that painter and illustrator Kiersten Essenpreis was having difficulty with her right hand, the magical tool that allows her to create some of our favourite work. These reactions turned to even more surprise when we realized that she is having a Save My Hand Sale to help with the medical bills. We wish her all the best because she needs to keep her tidily quirky scenes coming (go to for more). See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

The work of digital artist Thomas Tibitanzl is mysterious, with an ever so slightly ominous air.

The flowers invade Kiersten Essenpreiss' seemingly peaceful winter scene. One never knows quite what the before and after are in work by this Brooklyn artist.

Cartoon-like paintings on used silkscreens make up some new work by Russell Maurice.

At.Aw prettifies a derelict Edmonton hotel and invites other urban artists to participate.

Massimo Gardone's flowers are not your run of the mill posies. Their poetry and elegance seem far removed from the garden.

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