This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / July 31, 2009


How long would it take to hand carve a linocut of the map of Paris? It took Mark Andrew Webber two months, steady hands and lot of patience. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.



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Brushstrokes always lead to the finished product in any painting, but Tyson Anthony Roberts applies his sparingly to create surprising landscapes.


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Mary McKenzie creates elegant ceramic vessels that reflect the fragility and beauty of nature.


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Mutants, hybrids and imaginary creatures are the results of Gad Charny's take on the ever-changing environment and the transformations we affect on ourselves.


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Silvia B.'s sculptures rattle our measures of masculinity and machismo. This artist challenges notions of sexuality, appearance and identity.


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How long would it take to hand carve a linocut of the map of Paris? It took Mark Andrew Webber two months, steady hands and lot of patience.


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