There are many things that interest me at the moment. I feel a bit like a bee darting from flower to flower, searching and assimilating. Not that I wish to include these ideas in my own art at this stage or even try new mediums ..... I'm just enjoying the mulling over and wallowing in all the amazing art that I'm finding, both in books and on the internet. At the moment I'm drawn to art incorporating handwriting, calligraphy, lettering, text and type.
Collage by Daily Poetics on Flickr
Daily Poetics has created the most wonderful series of "personal collages, compositions or gatherings, driven by inspirations or wonder and expressed in the spirit of meditation or play ..."
There must be over 200 of them to look at here.
Beautifull photographs by Giovanni Sesia, here.
Ophelia by Dolan Geiman, here.
Silence by John McQueen (spruce bark, cord and plastic rivets), at Jane Sauer Gallery
Paper Cut Letters by Annie Vought, here.
My Ethiopia by Wosene Kosrof
In the paintings of Wosene Kosrof, "the calligraphic forms of Amharic are broken apart, abstracted, and reconfigured to create a new visual language that draws upon the artist's Ethiopian heritage while incorporating his experiences as an expatriate living in the United States."
Wood-type, photograph by Susan Lomuto
Susan Lomuto is the creator of the excellent blog, Daily Art Muse.Detail from Tabula Rasa , a book covered in porcelain clay and wax, by Jessica Drenk.
Ceramics by Connie Norman
If you enjoy art incorporating script, calligraphy etc, you will love tackad a blog overflowing with art and links.