Jul 21, 2009
is a stylish, ingeniously space saving dish rack. Aurea won the Maison & Objets and Elle DÃ©corâ€™s "les DÃ©couvertes" award and was first featured in "Elle Ã table" magazine before catching the editorsâ€™ eye at Wallpaper* and Dwell. Designer: Ernest Perera
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Jul 20, 2009
' Beverly Kedziorâ€™s
work displays the constructs of an invented space, as perceived through intensified and fictionalized colors. Her assembled and layered paintings include subtle references to structures from botanical and medical text books, as well as cartoons and advertising. Through a process of deconstruction and reinvention, the organic structures amass, combining and overlapping to become a place located within the realm of an imaginary inner landscape. In contrast to Serpickâ€™s soft/hard but somehow clean dichotomy, Kedziorâ€™s pieces are heavily worked. Her painting process is emphasized by the use of traditional and non-traditional tools and printing techniques. There are heavy impastos as well as crackled surfaces. Paint has been dragged, sprayed, splattered and applied with instruments, including rollers, trowels, scrapers, adhesive applicators and cake decorating tools among others. The final paintings create new atmospheres that are the hybrids of science, memory and pop culture. Kedzior studied at the School of the Art Institute, Chicago. ' (via Artnet