This Week At Art MoCo
by sabine7 / December 18, 2009

We don't see these around much anymore. Playground equipment has morphed into moulded plastic, but photographer Brenda Biondo makes a grab for our memories before it's too late, with her series on the play structures of old. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Vik Dias softens the scenes of streets of São Paulo by layering in some plant life.

Wild animals, lithe branches and colourful prisms dot the mysterious landscapes by Linda Kim.

As we lose old playgrounds to "safer" structures, Brenda Biondo captures a vintage essence of childhood before demolition.

Julianna Bright mixes ink and watercolour in delicate narratives with a focus on mothers, children and nature.

Joe Sorren's paintings of monsters, people with big heads and other assorted creatures are so compelling because they express so much and so gently.

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