Modern Contemporary Design


This Week at Art MoCo


This Week At Art MoCo: costumed seniors, squares & stripes, the winter hush, textured paintings and a mosaic wardrobe. See the rest of the week at Art MoCo after the jump.


Jason Bard Yarmosky alludes to freedom in his portraits of seniors sporting surprising costumes that are not a reflection of their usual roles.


Squares and stripes set the framework for an abundant use of colour in work by Christine O’Sullivan.


Lee Anne Morgan captures the hush of winter in the Hudson Valley.


Jimi Gleason’s use of medium in his work leaves us wondering if these are textured paintings or sculptures on canvas.


Julie Richey is an award-winner again in the world of 3D mosaics with a dress made of smalti and seashells and a shirt depicting the San Francisco skyline.

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