This Week At Art MoCo: turbulence & field grass; an elk chandelier; owls, squids and full moons; fusions of metal & glass; and photo-inspired effects. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.
Some see turbulence and great emotion in Hans Hartung's last works - others may catch a glimpse of field grasses.
Adam Wallacavage brings us smaller-scaled chandeliers inspired by the elk and the octopus.
Michael Crespo makes us want to howl at the moon or perhaps just contemplate it quietly.
Michael Glancy combines precious metals and glass to create sculptures with wondrous surfaces.
If shadowy outlines appear to lurk behind the scenes, it is because Eberhard Havekost's paintings are inspired by photography.
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