Polly Verity makes amazingly intricate paper sculptures. Her geometric forms turn sheets of paper into medium-defying series of sinuous curves, and her meticulously crafted animals are imposing in spite of their small stature. ...

This is a really quick second post, in honor of Earth Day! Mark Langan shows that some recycled art can actually be pretty darn neat. His personal statement, a testament to texture, sums it all up:  "My personal interpretation to the term 'Corrugated Art' is the...

“I can’t really explain why it is that I focus my art on such deviant topics, other than maybe that they are such a draw [because they are] the deviancy that appeals as a dark side to our civilized side.”...

Emanuele Sferruzza Moszkowicz crafts dizzying worlds as tantalizing as his name. Published in publications in numerous countries, Sferruzza Moszkowicz will now be showing some of his works at The Fallout Gallery in Las Vegas, from August 6th through the 8th. See whales blowing out watery...

Yesterday was Seattle's Bemis Building's Spring Art Opening, and dozens of artists with studios and living spaces in the building opened up their spaces for touring visitors. Glass artist Ethan Stern was one of those artists. Despite having a slightly out-of-the-way gallery, Stern creates work...

I can scarcely think of a better pairing of artists than the current show at the San Francisco branch of Gallery 1988, which features gig poster artist Daniel Danger and Daniel McCarthy. Both artist create pieces with heavy nature elements, stark color contrasts, and grandiose...

Starting tomorrow at the Catherine Person Gallery is a group show called "High Rise," featuring the most basic of artistic types -- drawings. Joseph Pentheroudakis painstakingly uses dots of pen and sumi ink to create this abstract structure. In Untitled (080501), Barry Maxwell uses graphite and acrylic...