Saturday, June 9, 2012

BealArt 2012 - Part Two

I will kick off Part Two of my BealArt show post with this stunning photo by Beal student Sarah Lund.  The photo, entitled "Nicolle", is an example of a very successful collaboration between photographer and model, whose intense gaze is incredibly haunting.  This was one of my very favourite pieces in the show.

I couldn't resist a quick shot of this woman in her pink and black as she was looking at the photographs

Mother and daughter (who is a Beal Student)
 
I loved the rubenesque ballerinas in this print by Yasemin Yalcin, titled "Exponential Success"

This drawing, titled "Retrospective", was created by Ali Louwagie.   I've added a detail photo below so you can see the skill evident in the line and shading
Detail of "Retrospective"

Red x 3

I liked this metal sculpture, titled "Beaver 2", because of the way the artist, Rachelle Potier, used triangle-shaped pieces of metal used to create the body. 

Another piece in the show by Rachelle Potier titled "Pea Brain Ostrich"

7 comments:

  1. Love the beaver and the ostrich sculptures. The ballerinas remind me of the ballet dancing hippos in Fantasia! What a great art show. xx

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  2. Nicolle's freckles as much as her gaze are arresting. Like Curtise, I like the ostrich as well.

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  3. The quality of this art is amazing me! I hope these young students continue their creations. The world would be a bore without it.

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  4. I too love the photo of Nicolle, with her haunting gaze. Such incredible young talent that you captured for this post. The 'Red x 3' made me smile!

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  5. The pea brain ostrich and beaver are such fun, I'd love them in my garden! The Mum & daughter look more like sisters, don't they? x

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