Semi-abstract painting of watermelon; signed and attr. Rufino Tamayo (Mexico, on lower left corner; Mexican painter of Zapotec heritage, painting figurative abstraction with surrealist influences; dated
As the edge of the moon touched the top of the waterfall the cascade turned the color of the pale yellow moon. Slowly the light touched the river and began to flow down the river. He watched, pensive, as his cloak flapped int he light breeze.
Embracing the complexity of being human, Ivana Besevic creates digital portraits that don’t glamorize or glorify. She doesn’t shy away from sadness or pain, and she doesn’t smooth over the red splotches and tear streaks on her subjects’ faces.
Mark Stoddart‘s Animal Coffee and Dining Tables are a quite interesting alternative to a simple table design. A transparent glass table top is pierced by the body of an animal, making it look like the “beast” is emerging out of the water.