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my viewing “wish list”

August 27, 2010

Happy Friday! Here is my biweekly “wish list.” Enjoy!!

1. Jeannie Lynn Paske: I have been a fan of Paske’s work for a few years now. I always get excited when her blog post comes across my reader. I don’t know why exactly, but I find the creatures/monsters in her work to be very relatable. I wonder what that says about me? Anyways, head on over to her website for more of her Obsolete World.

“Silent for a Time”
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2. Leandro Erlich: I was happy to come across Erlich’s sculptural works on BOOOOOOOM! this past Monday. Be sure to check out his website to view more of his work. It was hard to pick just one to share.

“Window and Ladder-Too Late for Help”
2008
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3. Dan-ah Kim: I came across Kim’s work on Pikaland this past week. His work is nothing short of magical. I would love to have one of these hanging in my apartment. I might just need to add this one to my collection. Check out his website to view more of his work.

“Hunting My Demons”
2010
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4. Jack Strange: OK, I have to say it, I love the title of this piece. Do yourself a favor and look up “Spinning Beach Ball of Death” on YouTube and you’ll understand why I want to see this in person. Amazing how something so small has such a strong pull.

“Spinning Beach Ball of Death”
Motor, paper and wood
1″ diameter
2007
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Well, that’s it for today! Have you seen any of the work above in person? What did you think?

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my viewing “wish list” is a bi-weekly post where I share artists’ work I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to see in person! Staring at a computer screen is just not the same.

NOTE: All of the images above are from the sourced websites. If any artists or galleries would like the images removed please do not hesitate to contact me directly (megan@megancharland.com) and I will remove them ASAP. Images are for educational use. Thank you.

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  1. stylembe permalink
    April 16, 2011 2:45 am

    The Spinning Beach Ball of Death would be awesome to see in person. Here’s mine, an homage to my sister who deals with it on her Mac often … http://wp.me/pj2vp-4Oa

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