Ashley Tiwara

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Making Sense of Stabilizers - Threads

by Jill McCloy<br>from <i>Threads</i> #98, pp. 54 – 57<p>From improved appliqué to the creation of entirely new fabrics and embellishments, there’s hardly a …

The Captains' Return

Overview<p>A twenty two foot statue of Lewis and Clark to commemorate the 200th anniversary of their return to the St. Louis Riverfront. The statue …

Surrealism and War : The Earth Lies Screaming by Jim Leedy

Overview<p>"The Earth Lies Screaming" is 50' long x 10' tall and completed in 2000. The sculpture "Atomic Skull" measures 8' tall and approx. 6' wide …

Women Workers of the Sea / Ondarroako Emakumen

Overview<p>Women Workers of the Sea / 700 x 800 x 800cm/ Stainless steel and bronze / No dyes or paints used whatsoever / Ondarroa, Bizcaya, Spain / …

Aspire

Overview<p>Located in the center of the first multi-lane roundabout in Scottsdale near the Scottsdale Airpark, Aspire reflects the human aspiration for …

Crucifixion Altarpiece

Overview<p>This 9' x 13' mosaic was designed for the freestanding arched wall behind the altar. It is made entirely of hand cut stained glass and took …

George Daily Memorial "My Move"

Overview<p>A life-size image of George Daily as he was typically seen, playing checkers in the public square, seated on a park bench. The sculpture was …

Spannungsfeld

Echoing Walls

Overview<p>This sculpture was selected for the 2003-2005 Rincon de Ademuz Sculpture Biennial, Spain. Designed for Arroyo Cerezo, this village like many …

Echoing Walls, in a Spanish village. This village like many others, is losing its young people as they leave to find work, so the artwork evokes the thought that the walls remember them. http://bit.ly/YLUchF

The First Expansive Sargent Watercolor Exhibition in Twenty Years: An Artist's Perspective

It is not too late to see John Singer Sargent Watercolors, the first expansive exhibition of Sargent's watercolors in twenty years, organized by The Brooklyn Museum, together with the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston on view at the Brooklyn Museum through July 28. The exhibit unites for the first time …

The Search for Modernist Style Jewelry

It was about seven years ago, I was living in Paris, spending a typical Sunday afternoon scouring the flea markets of Clingancourt for “hidden …

Mysteriously Playful Composite Images by Dariusz Klimczak

Polish photographer Dariusz Klimczak constructs surreal landscapes through clever manipulation. Each image in the skilled photo editor's growing collection is a composite of multiple elements that work in unison to present a cohesive, albeit unusual, scene. More often than not, Klimczak's subjects …