This Week at Art MoCo
by sabine7 / April 1, 2011

This Week At Art MoCo: neon swings and framed still life, capsule landscapes, photobooth-inspired art that results in flash fiction. Above, more from Tyson Anthony Roberts. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Meryl Pataky uses materials such as neon and images like swings to shed some light on relationships.

Capsule shapes are featured as key elements in landscapes by Tyson Anthony Roberts.

Delightful work influenced by the worlds of art and design is featured in a current exhibition of art by Maira Kalman.

Another artist using neon is Patrick Martinez, who uses it to frame his present-day still lifes that focus on food and drink of a contemporary nature.

Not only is there strong narrative in work by Kenney Mencher, but this artist wants viewers or readers of his blog to write flash fiction that is based on it.

More at Art MoCo.

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