Leandro Erlich’s “La Vitrina Cloud Collection” manages to successfully capture the ephemerality of the subject matter. How does he do it? Believe it or not, these are paintings!

Leandro Erlich’s “La Vitrina Cloud Collection” manages to successfully capture the ephemerality of the subject matter. How does he do it? Believe it or not, these are paintings!

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"About Memories" by Hiroko Kono.  2011. The 14th Exhibition of the Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art.  Kawasaki city/Kanagawa

"About Memories" by Hiroko Kono. 2011. The 14th Exhibition of the Taro Okamoto Award for Contemporary Art. Kawasaki city/Kanagawa

Pat Perry My interpretation: "It's all they know." -What i really love about this design of portrait is that it shows some abstract image but also the dept of the design of putting a natural even scenery which is very unique to look at. -I like how the artist portrays the image as some kind of illustration but also presenting some kind of portraition.

Pat Perry My interpretation: "It's all they know." -What i really love about this design of portrait is that it shows some abstract image but also the dept of the design of putting a natural even scenery which is very unique to look at. -I like how the artist portrays the image as some kind of illustration but also presenting some kind of portraition.

The inaugural issue, "Forest," features the work of 27 different artists, each riffing off the woodsy theme.

The inaugural issue, "Forest," features the work of 27 different artists, each riffing off the woodsy theme.

Nina Morgan  I was born in Swansea,South Wales UK  I studied Fine Art/Textiles at Central Saint Martins College, London & The West Wales School of Art where I achieved a First Class Hons Degree. My work often includes a wide variety of materials,Textures & layers. My Sketchbook was based on nostalgia & memories that are deeply personal & poignant.It`s a visual diary please enjoy

Nina Morgan I was born in Swansea,South Wales UK I studied Fine Art/Textiles at Central Saint Martins College, London & The West Wales School of Art where I achieved a First Class Hons Degree. My work often includes a wide variety of materials,Textures & layers. My Sketchbook was based on nostalgia & memories that are deeply personal & poignant.It`s a visual diary please enjoy

Peter Doig ‘Concrete Cabin’, 1996, Etching and aquatint on paper © Peter Doig

Peter Doig ‘Concrete Cabin’, 1996, Etching and aquatint on paper © Peter Doig

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