Artist Tomás Saraceno has dreams of living among the clouds. Over the past decade, the Argentina-born installation artist has concentrated his efforts on creating large-scale suspended spheres that can often be entered, walked through, or sat upon. The massive cloud-like structures are a breathtaking display of life and energy, as formed by synthetic materials.
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Most famous for his ethereal, black and white landscape photography, Michael Kenna has the gift of making everything look super poetic. Mind you..these aren't quick snap shots. Some of his photographs have taken up to 10 hours of exposure for which Kenna mainly uses Hasselblad medium formats, which in turn explains the square sized photographs.
Applying acrylic paint on large wood canvas, San Diego-based artist Nathan DeYoung creates poetic works of art. In this series titled Windows & Mirrors, each of DeYoung's pieces are accompanied by a personally written poem.
DeYoung offers an inquisitive exploration into the human condition and seeks to better understand those around him. He uses…