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Paper Reefs by Amy Eisenfeld Genser

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Elaborate mixed media works created from rolls of colored paper

Judging from these meticulously crafted mixed media works, Amy Eisenfeld Genser is one patient lady. For each piece, the Connecticut-based artist rolls up colored paper into hundreds of tubes, then adheres them to painted canvases. The results are stunning, polychromatic pieces of art that resemble undersea reefs. In fact, the natural environment inspires all of Gensler's work. As......read more

Paper Collages Evoke Underwater Beauty

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Trippy collages made with textured rolls of paper

Psychedelic formations of rolled up paper are the beautiful result of artist Amy Eisenfeld Genser's obsession with paper and color.  My Modern Met profiled Amy's work and we're glad they did.  Although her final work appears quite abstract, Genser always starts out with an idea for a piece by using images and sketches and also drawing upon the beautiful imperfections of nature as......read more

Paintings by Amy Casey

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Cleveland painter dreams up fantasy cityscapes

Amy Casey's most recent crop of paintings are noticeably devoid of people and creatures, but there are plenty of signs of life. Her depictions of houses and factories resting precariously on stilts, or connected in mid-air by a tangled mess of cables, offer an anthropomorhpic interpretation of city buildings. Amy has conjured a fantasy urban landscape where the humans have left and the buildings......read more

Dreamy Watercolor Paintings

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From Maja Wornska

Wornska, a Polish artist, who is an architect by trade, picked up a passion for drawing and painting in her first two years of school. She never received any additional training, making her meticulous hand that much more impressive. You can buy prints and canvass of Maja's work at My Modern Shop....read more

Jessica Silversaga's Dreamy World

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Stockholm commercial photographer's personal work

Dreamy and delicate, Jessica Silversaga's work invites you into a world of nostalgia and dress up often placed in nature.  When she's not shooting weddings and fashion assignments, she's finding old dresses, peonies, girls with freckles, and thins from the 1920's through the 1940's, the periods she's drawn to. Via  Ignant...read more

In the Great Outdoors With Photographer Richard Gaston

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Dreamy adventure pics to ignite your midweek wanderlust

Richard Gaston, a 23 year-old photographer from Glasgow, Scotland, will awaken your inner wanderlust with these evocative images shot on adventures in the Scottish Highlands and on the coast. Shooting on a Canon AE-1 and a Yashica T4, Richard documents his travels in the great outdoors where he captures stunning shots of lakes, mountains and time spent with friends. "The majority of my work is......read more

JeeYoung Lee's Dreamy Self Portraits

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Korean fables and dreams inspire these photos of impossible places.

Imagination plus sense of space gives JeeYoung Lee's photographs their magical quality.  Once again, this series has zero post-image manipulation.  Working like a set designer, Lee creates these incredible situations for real.   JeeYoung Lee creates highly elaborate scenes that require an incredible amount of patience and absolutely no photo manipulation. For weeks and sometimes......read more

Joni Niemela: Misty & Atmospheric

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Dreamy images of Finnish landscapes

When Finland's Joni Niemela goes to work, he heads directly the Great Outdoors, where he gets down to the business of capturing the natural world on camera. For Joni, nature is both subject and muse, whether he's shooting sweeping natural landscapes or hyper-detailed, macro images of flora and fauna. The title of one of his recent series, Misty and Atmospheric,......read more

Shay Kun: Tear Drop

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Dreamy, photorealistic paintings of rain-soaked streets

Shay Kun's most recent collection of paintings depict rainy street scenes from the perspective of a driver or passenger in a car. The paintings, collectively titled Tear Drop (spotted on Faith is Torment), are so realistic that it's hard to believe there isn't some digital trickery at play. But these are not photoshopped; what you see is only oil painted on canvas by the hand of an artist......read more

Separating GMO Facts from Fear

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In a brilliant article for The New York Times, Amy Harmon explores the fascinating fight over genetically modified crops in Hawaii

In the Sunday edition of The New York Times, Amy Harmon delivers a riveting long read about the battle over banning genetically modified crops on the island of Hawaii. The story follows the case of Greggor Ilagan, a Big Island councillor who supported the ban along with his liberal constituents. Wary of GMO scare stories, Ilagan sets out on a quest for the truth. Harmon traces the path of......read more

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