Procrastination Vs. Motivation

Intro Post Title

Artist & Illustrator:

Anna Zoladz

"Sea Deity"

"Land Deity"

"Sky Deity"

Artist:

Soul Eom   엄은솔

Part of the  2014 Artworks Part.2”

Artist:
Victoria Reynolds
"Rashers"
Oil on Panel
29” x 35” Inches 
2014
Artist:
Victoria Reynolds
"Rashers"
Oil on Panel
29” x 35” Inches 
2014

Artist:

Victoria Reynolds

"Rashers"

Oil on Panel

29” x 35” Inches 

2014

Artist:

Candace Couse

"Waste"

2013

Artist & Sculptor:

Amber Cowan

"The Lion and the Fox"

Flameworked, Fused and Constructed Milk Glass and Mixed Media

25” x 26” x 4.5”

2014

"The fable of the lion and the fox is about how the more often you face your fears the sooner you come to live with them in harmony. 

This piece was made from flameworked milk glass. The lion and the fox were pressed glass candy dishes from the Westmoreland Glass Company. The Pennsylvania company was founded in 1889 and was in business through the mid 1980’s. “
Artist:
August Brömse 
"Life Escaping"
From the series "The Girl and Death"
Aquatint
 18 cm x 25.6 cm
National Gallery Prague
Urban, Otto M. 
In Morbid Colors: Art and the Idea of Decadence in the Bphemian Lands, 
1880-1914. Prague: Municipal House and Arbor Vitae Press
2006. Plate 258.
Artist:
August Brömse 
"Life Escaping"
From the series "The Girl and Death"
Aquatint
 18 cm x 25.6 cm
National Gallery Prague
Urban, Otto M. 
In Morbid Colors: Art and the Idea of Decadence in the Bphemian Lands, 
1880-1914. Prague: Municipal House and Arbor Vitae Press
2006. Plate 258.

Artist:

August Brömse 

"Life Escaping"

From the series "The Girl and Death"

Aquatint

18 cm x 25.6 cm

National Gallery Prague

Urban, Otto M. 

In Morbid Colors: Art and the Idea of Decadence in the Bphemian Lands,

1880-1914. Prague: Municipal House and Arbor Vitae Press

2006. Plate 258.

Artist & Illustrator:

DASHA PLISKA

Part of the  "Archetype"  Series

"Archetypical imagery are always accompany people, they are a source of mythology, religion, and art. In these cultural forms are gradually grinding confused and eerie images, they are transformed into symbols, more beautiful in form and universal in content. Mythology was the original way of handling archetypical characters. Archetypes - a kind of initial ideas about the world and life, which do not depend on the level of knowledge. Modern scientists also expressed the view that in our minds initially incorporated information as to facilitate decoding external messages. It is assumed that this information is coded and laid before birth. In support of this hypothesis comes from the fact that people of different social groups and ages similar archetypes are all the same. In this case, read the information contained in the archetype, is on a subconscious level, without logic."
"Архетипические образы всегда сопровождали человека, они являются источником мифологии, религии, искусства. В этих культурных формах происходит постепенная шлифовка спутанных и жутких образов, они превращаются в символы, все более прекрасные по форме и всеобщие по содержанию. Мифология была изначальным способом обработки архетипических образов.
Архетипы – это своего рода первичные представления о мире и жизни, которые не зависят от уровня полученных знаний. Современными учеными высказывается также мнение, что в нашем сознании изначально заложена информация, облегчающая расшифровку внешних сообщений. Ученые предполагают, что эта информация закодирована и заложена ещё до рождения. В подтверждение этой гипотезы можно привести тот факт, что людьми разных социальных групп и возрастов схожие архетипы воспринимаются одинаково. При этом считывание информации, содержащейся в архетипе, происходит на уровне подсознания, без участия логики.”

Artist & Sculptor:

Peng Wei 

a.)  ”I’m Here”

b.)  Persian Caprice three”

c.)  "Peony"

d.)  ”Autumn rural Wrangler”

e.)  Persian Caprice Two”

f.)  Om of Two”

g.)  唐人秋 Color”

Illustrator & Artist:
Wendy Ortiz
"Eyes Like a Flame"
Oil on Wood
12” x 16”
2014
Illustrator & Artist:
Wendy Ortiz
"Eyes Like a Flame"
Oil on Wood
12” x 16”
2014

Illustrator & Artist:

Wendy Ortiz

"Eyes Like a Flame"

Oil on Wood

12” x 16”

2014

Artist: 
Suite Charlie
"When We Were Young"
Oils and Acrylics on Wood
8” x 10”
Artist: 
Suite Charlie
"When We Were Young"
Oils and Acrylics on Wood
8” x 10”

Artist: 

Suite Charlie

"When We Were Young"

Oils and Acrylics on Wood

8” x 10”

Artist & Sculptor:

John Grade

"Capacitor"

"American artist John Grade‘s ‘Capacitor’ is a kinetic sculptural installation that moves in response to weather data collected from the roof of its home at john michael kohler arts center, wisconsin. the artwork — whose coil configuration is influenced by organic and geometric forms found in nature — physically behaves according to accumulated statistics from a mechanized controller, amassing both current outdoor conditions and weather patterns from the past one hundred years. sending the information about change in wind intensity and temperature directly to the sculpture, the interactive art piece moves and changes in luminosity. ‘the whole of the sculpture will appear to be very slowly breathing’, describes john grade. one hundred separate structural components, which make up ‘capacitor’, change in light level, illuminating and dimming when there is a fluctuation in temperature. shifts in the wind are marked by motion as the massive spiral compresses and releases.”

http://www.designboom.com/art/john-grades-capacitor-moves-and-illuminates-with-weather-data/

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=p4AhVHr5Q8g

Photographer & Artist:
Miguel A. Cuesta
"Untitled"
Photographer & Artist:
Miguel A. Cuesta
"Untitled"

Photographer & Artist:

Miguel A. Cuesta

"Untitled"

Artist:
Lauren Levato Coyne
"Reliquary"
Colored Pencil on Bristol
15” x 12”
2014
Artist:
Lauren Levato Coyne
"Reliquary"
Colored Pencil on Bristol
15” x 12”
2014
Artist:
Lauren Levato Coyne
"Reliquary"
Colored Pencil on Bristol
15” x 12”
2014

Artist:

Lauren Levato Coyne

"Reliquary"

Colored Pencil on Bristol

15” x 12”

2014

Artist & Illustrator:

Rebecca Léveillé-Guay