Born in 1968 in Warrington, Chashire, Rob Hefferan is exceptionally talented figurative artist. His work not only captures the unique character and warmth of each subject but transcends form to suggest the living, breathing essence of the individual.
At first glance these objects look like they are in motion, almost like every object is falling down, especially the “strawberry blanket”. In reality they are actually natural materials, like feathers, fruits and flowers, attached to nylon threads. Sculptor Claire Morgan from Belfast is the creator of this magnificent art work. She has among other things achieved a first class degree in Sculpture from Northumbria University.
Kaws Exhibition @ the Aldrich Contemporary Art Museum
“Le Grand Van Gogh”
Bruno Catalano’s bronze sculptures have one thing in common: they’re drawing a blank, literally. Where there should have been a body, a shirt or an arm there’s, well, nothing. Regardless of whether one calls the series by its original name, “The Travelers” (“Les Voyageurs” in French), or as sometimes suggested, “In Search of Missing Pieces”, the viewer always has to fill in the blanks.
“Neverland Lost” A Portrait of Michael Jackson By Henry Leutwyler
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