When I first saw the collage work of Max Warsh on Pattern Pulp, I totally fell for it– hook, line & sinker. The combinations of visual textures in such limited palettes is just stunning! See more from him in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life today here !
Untitled by Max Warsh
Max Warsh on Escape Into Life
When I first saw the work of photographer Anna Pogossova on The Artful Desperado blog, I was completely enchanted by her use of color. So I couldn’t resist featuring her in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life! Check out more of her work over on EIL here.
Anna Pogossova on Escape Into Life
It feels like things are sort of finally getting back to normal.. almost. After being gone for what seemed like an eternity, I’m back on Escape Into Life today sharing the work of Nicolas Kuligowski in my Artist Watch. Head on over to EIL to see more!
Untitled by Nicolas Kuligowski
Nicolas Kuligowski on Escape Into Life
Image via the artist’s website.
A perfect blend of the beauty of nature and portraiture! I’m featuring the gorgeous photography of Sara K. Byrne in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life today. Head on over to check it out!
Sara K. Byrne on Escape Into Life
Artist found via The Artful Desperado. Image via the artist’s blog.
Ordinary things explored with interesting color and texture.. I love the simplicity of the work of artist Megan Dorien, being featured in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life today. Head on over and check it out!
Fire Hydrant by Megan Dorien
Megan Dorien on Escape Into Life
Image via the artist’s website.
The nights here in the desert are full of stars! The work of Sarah Giannobile, featured in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life today, reminds me of the constellations hovering above us. See my Artist Watch featuring Sarah here!
Sarah Giannobile on Escape Into Life
These abstracts by Canadian artist Karen Darling are so full of contradiction– love the contrasting dark black surfaces mixed with translucent brights! I’m featuring Karen’s work in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life today, so head on over and check it out here!
Karen Darling on Escape Into Life
Image via artist’s website.
Nothing says spring like girls with flowery tattooes! When I spotted this piece by Seattle artist Stasia Burrington on Artsyo, I was smitten with her work, her use of cut paper florals and girls is at once sweet and strong. Love it! I’m featuring Stasia’s work in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life today, see it here!
Clementine, charcoal, ink and fabric collage on Stonehenge paper, 11×14
Stasia Burrington on Escape Into Life
Artist found via Artsyo, image also via Artsyo.
More and more of our interaction and how we present ourselves to the world, as well as how we perceive others is based on online representations. In his Off II series, Danish artist Johan Rosenmunthe places digitized images of friends from the internet into entirely analog settings. See more from this series of work in my Artist Watch on Escape Into Life here!
Off II series by Johan Rosenmunthe
Johan Rosenmunthe on Escape Into Life
It’s not what you do, it’s how you do it. Double-exposure photography is hardly a new concept, but the way Portland, Oregon photographer Misha Ashton-Moore does it is something special! I immediately feel for her warm + cool palettes and mixture of images, sometimes subtle, sometimes completely yet beautifully disparate. Check out more of her work in my Artist Watch today over on Escape Into Life. See it here!
Portland OR USA by Misha Ashton-Moore
Misha Ashton-Moore on Escape Into Life
Artist found via Daily Dolan Geiman. Image via the artist’s website.