These may be spring buds on a cool fall day, but the way Labokoff has played with the shading and the addition of details gives Les bourgeons a fresh air of timelessness. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.
Marilyn Minter takes us up close and personal with the mouth, tongue and lips in a new series of work. Also recent is a study of Pam Anderson.
Why the stone fence? Who lives in that house on stilts? Kimberley Hart's coloured pencil drawings give us the feeling that although the scene looks abandoned, someone is watching...
Candy-coloured creatures by Yoko D'Holbachie are too disturbing to be cute, but you can't stop looking.
Could it be a case of the Emperor's New Clothes or invisibility cloaks all 'round? Anne Siems paints transparent clothing that does not reveal the wearer.
Subtle tones and photographic details are the key factors in Labokoff's works that combine two of our favorite media.
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