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The photo series “It’s Hardly Noticeable” by John William Keedy explores themes of anxiety and mental illness in staged tableaus and still lifes. The series is inspired by Keedy’s personal struggles with an anxiety disorder. Still Life Photography, Art Photography, Themed Photography, Creative Photography, Amazing Photography, Surrealism Photography, Conceptual Photography, Conceptual Art, Poesia Visual
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Mental Illness Photo Series - John William Keedy

A beautiful photo series explores mental illness from a personal perspective.

ricci albenda: open universe at art basel 2012 by designboom. the brooklyn-born artist has been showcased with his metamorphic sculpture at art basel in switzerland. Perspective Drawing, Basel, Installation Art, The Ordinary, Modern Art, Brooklyn, Universe, Sculpture, Architecture

ricci albenda: open universe at art basel 2012

the brooklyn-born artist has been showcased with his metamorphic sculpture at art basel in switzerland. see designboom's original article at: www.designboom.com

Portrait of a dyslexic artist, who transforms neurons into 'butterflies' Neurons, Dyslexia, Neuroscience, Blind, Turquoise Bracelet, Butterflies, Portrait, Artist, Jewelry

Portrait of a dyslexic artist, who transforms neurons into 'butterflies'

Rebecca Kamen's sculptures appear as delicate as the brain itself. Thin, green branches stretch from a colorful mass of vein-like filaments. The branches, made from pieces of translucent mylar and stained with diluted acrylic paint, are so delicate that they sway slightly when mounted to the wall. Perched on various parts of the sculpture are mylar butterflies, whose wings also move, as if fluttering. The work, called "Butterflies of the Soul" was inspired by neuroscientist

‘Murals on the Bowery,’ Organized by Art Production Fund Roller Doors, Roller Shutters, Adam Pendleton, Sylvie Fleury, Dana Schutz, Michael Craig, Daniel Buren, Barbican, Restaurant Equipment
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AFTER HOURS 2: MURALS ON THE BOWERY

Art plays a crucial role in the healing process for patients and families at the Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Social Awareness, Art Series, Childrens Hospital, Art Studios, Minnesota, Kids Rugs, Hospitals, The Originals, Gallery

The Gallery at Children's Hospital

Art plays a crucial role in the healing process for patients and families at the Children's Hospitals and Clinics of Minnesota. Whether it's the one-on-one a...

John Carter Shryock (1914-2007) Artist. "Cloud over Main Street" 1944 painting.  World War II years.  Arguably one of Shryock’s finest works. His masterful use of gray tonality captures the mood of the war years, and when coupled with the ghost soldiers, a powerful expression of the time.   Artists original framing had deteriorated over the years and was reframed by Brodeur in 2014 using contemporary repurposed gray weathered barn boards to capture the artist’s intent. Ghost Soldiers, Barn Boards, Main Street, World War Ii, Art Images, Over The Years, Repurposed, Illustration Art, Heaven
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John Carter Shryock (1914-2007) Artist. "Cloud over Main Street" 1944 painting. World War II years. Arguably one of Shryock’s finest works. His masterful use of gray tonality captures the mood of the war years, and when coupled with the ghost soldiers, a powerful expression of the time. Artists original framing had deteriorated over the years and was reframed by Brodeur in 2014 using contemporary repurposed gray weathered barn boards to capture the artist’s intent.