Things for Teaching

Some images, maybe a little text. Things that inspire my teaching.
I do not own any of these images, and I attempt to source all images to the artists' site or gallery. I will gladly remove any images if an artist objects and contacts me!

asylum-art:

The Ancient Art of Stone:Couple Creates Beautiful Rock Wall Art Installations

 Ancient Art of Stone | Facebook

Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl, a married artist duo based in Vancouver, create beautiful flowing wall installations out of rocks, pebbles, and other decorative elements.

I am passionate to give stone an articulated form. This involves finding the right stones – listening,” explains Kunert, who takes commissions through a website called Ancient Art Of Stone that he runs together with Zettl.

For those not planning major interior remodeling work any time soon, the couple also sells prints of smaller detailed and colorful work that they create specifically for this purpose. Due to their smaller size, these pieces can incorporate colorful stones and elements that just wouldn’t work in their larger installations. Take a look!

Via boredpanda

(via asylum-art)

asylum-art-2:

Colorful Paint Explosion by Nick Knight

These explosion created by photographer Nick Knight based from London. He says,” he consistently challenge[s] conventional notions of beauty.”

(via asylum-art)

asylum-art:

Paul Cummins: 888,246 Ceramic Poppies Flow Like Blood from the Tower of London to Commemorate WWIt 

The moat that surrounds the Tower of London has long stood empty and dry. This summer, it’s getting filled with 888,246 red ceramic poppies, one for each British and Colonial soldiers who perished during World War I.

For the past few weeks, a team of 150 volunteers has been placing red ceramic poppies one by one around the Tower. Crawford Butler, the longest serving Yeoman Warden, also known as beefeater, planted the first ceramic poppy. The last poppy will be symbolically planted on the last day of the installation: November 11, Armistice Day. 

(via asylum-art)

Experimental post to see if tumblr is working again…

asylum-art:

Yusuke Sakai

Once, I unexpectedly discovered a photograph of an elephant’s abdomen. I couldn’t figure out how this photo was taken or why it moved me so much, but I could tell that it gave me a wonderful feeling. The impression it left on me was unmistakable.

1. Reticulatad Giraffe

2.White bear

3.Bactrian camel 

4. Ruddy shelduck

5. African Elephant

6. Zebra

7. Asiatic black bear

8. American flamingoGoat

9. Japanese Deer

10. Hippopotamus

(via asylum-art)