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

Are these kids running away in fear or a happy chase? Is it a race or just the exuberance of those teenage years? Edwin Ushiro explores the past in some of the most popular works of the present. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.

Monday morning started with Kristin Tercek and her Cuddly Rigor Mortis, a series of cute creeps, such as this decapitated orange boy. Breakfast used to be the most important meal of the day.

Noferin's Pecanpals take us through the seasons as they go through their days on Carrara Island, where life is lived at a gentler, sweeter pace.

Dan Baldwin, on the other hand, throws life, death and mortality together in a less-than-gentle mix of media, symbolism and movement. New work depicts the flight of innocence in a world of chaos.

Memories and legends continue to fuel work by Edwin Ushiro, who relies on his own youth for inspiration.

Looking through Tim Barber's portfolio is like settling down with a good book.

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