PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously – Vol. 3 print suite by guest artist Scott Listfield (USA). The highlighted marine species of this edition is the endangered whale shark. More images and info after the jump!
Our friend Dulk just sent over some pictures of his latest wall titled “Le Renard et le Corbeau”, painted in Saint Dié des Vosges (France) with the support of Galerie 36e Art. The mural is located in a mountain region of France and it’s based in a interpretation of one of the fables of the famous french writer Jean de la Fontaine, “Le Renard et le Corbeau”. More flicks after the click!
Mikael B recently unveiled his newest masterpiece completed last week as his contribution for the annual SHINE Art Festival in St Petersburg, Florida. Here’s what the artist says about there work:
“The belief that you can take any crazy vision and turn it into reality…I had this in mind when I created the mural “Inner Visions” experimenting with the warm the cold, the sharp the soft, the light the dark. All merged together as a vibrant energetic explosion bringing my canvas style alive as a large scale mural. With “Inner Visions” I want to keep dreams alive. Sticking with your vision and what you believe in is so important. When you have a vision it affects your attitude. Your attitude becomes optimistic.”
More images after the jump!
PangeaSeed is pleased to announce the latest print of the ongoing Sea of Change: The Year of Living Dangerously – Vol. 3 print suite by guest artist Sandra Yagi (USA). The highlighted marine species of this edition is the iconic Nautilus. Images and info after the click.
Artist: Sandra Yagi
Title: Death and the Nautilus
Edition of 50 plus 5 APs signed and numbered by the artist
Dimensions: 18×18 with .5 inch border
Paper: Italian cold press watercolor paper
Price: $100 plus shipping
Available Wednesday, October 25 at 12pm PST via https://shop.pangeaseed.co/
“Death and Nautilus” portrays a species facing destruction at the hands of humans. I chose to portray the Nautilus because it is symbolic of the timelessness of the ocean environment, which has nurtured the Nautilus over the great expanse of time since prehistory. Their ancestors, which look very much like their modern descendants, navigated the oceans of 500 million years ago. But now, humanity is threatening the health of the oceans with overfishing, pollution, and climate change. This threat is symbolized by the human skeleton of Death, in the painting. The skeleton holds the fate of the Nautilus in his hands. We must take action to protect the ocean, and use its resources in a sustainable way, and prevent the loss of the Nautilus and all the other beautiful and fascinating creatures of the seas.” – Sandra Yagi
First Amendment Gallery is very excited to announce “Dystopia” a debut US solo exhibition by Belgium duo Hell’O Collective in San Francisco, CA. The opening reception is scheduled for Thursday, November 2nd at 7pm. The exhibition with include new paintings, drawings, installation and exterior murals. The gallery is located at 1000 Howard St. in Downtown San Francisco. More information and images after the jump!