Installation Artist Chiharu Shiota’s Tangled Web of Keys at the 2015 Venice Art Biennale!

It’s been a while since I’ve come across an installation art piece that’s moved me to posting. But, Artist Chiharu Shiota‘s “The Key In The Hand,” is just such an installation artwork. I thank writer Kate Sierzputowski and the website Colossal for introducing me to this piece. Here is an excerpt from her post… “The […]

Revisit: Love Me Some FIRE! Molotov Art of Russian Artist Radya Timofey!

Working on “Eternal Fire” 2. A series of portraits of heroic WW2 fighters celebrating Russia’s victory over Nazi Germany. Art by Radya Timofey.

Fire! Fire! Fire!! Being a slight pyromaniac myself, I couldn’t resist posting about this artist. The 23 year old Russian artist Radya Timofey has quite a collection of street art credited to his name already, but “Eternal Fire” has to be one of his best! Since doing this installation, he’s already created 2 more but […]

Love me some Fire! Molotov Art of Russian Artist Radya Timofey!

Working on “Eternal Fire” 3. A series of portraits of heroic WW2 fighters celebrating Russia’s victory over Nazi Germany. Art by Radya Timofey.

Fire! Fire! Fire!! Being a slight pyromaniac myself, I couldn’t resist posting about this artist. The 23 year old Russian artist Radya Timofey has quite a collection of street art credited to his name already, but “Eternal Fire” has to be one of his best! Since doing this installation, he’s already created 2 more but […]

A Celebration of Art, Music & History: The Jackson Street Music History Project!

Image of Ernestine Anderson from the Jackson Street Music History Project.

This is a look at my most recent culturemob.com article about a local Seattle community making a difference in its own backyard. Ryan Curran – a Community Development Specialist at the City of Seattle Office of Housing – and a whole host of the Central District’s community leaders, businesses and residents have turned an overgrown, […]

The Walkabout Woods! A Burning Man Installation

Friends, Romans, “Burners”! The Walkabout Woods Needs You! The Walkabout Woods is a large, interactive art installation being built by Fishbon, a non profit arts organization from CA, for the 2011 Burning Man festival. Fishbon, who’s mission is to encourage collaboration between artists, designers and builders, needs some help. First a look at the project. […]

The Art Installations of Burning Man!

Photo © Tristan Savatier – All Rights Reserved Photo © Tristan Savatier – All Rights Reserved A Small Look At The Art Of Burning Man Dedicated Artists. This is one of the reasons that Burning Man doesn’t suck. The amount of time, energy, money and skill needed to create these installation pieces, from previous Burning […]