"Pat Pilchard's subjects are primarily flowers and plants. Instead of using a camera, she uses a flat-bed scanner and a computer where the files are modified using Photoshop. She first began making these prints in 1996. The images are printed by Pat using an Epson printer. Her digital images are produced using archival permanent inks and archival paper in sizes ranging from 4" x 6" to 24" x 44". " - website
To see more of her beautiful work go to her website.
These imtricate pieces are by Italian goldsmith Giovanni Corvaja. He utilizes gold that has been transformed into wisps thinner than human hair to create his ethereal jewelry. To see more of his work go to his website.
"Kendal Murray's work explores scenarios that are imbued with social and personalised meaning. Humorous, melancholic and sometimes disturbing, her work is layered with representations of emotional and physical experiences." - ArtHouse Gallery
Lillian Bassman (b. 1917) is an iconic fashion photographer most noted for her work at Harper's Bazaar during the 40's, 50's and 60's. Her experimental approach heavily impacted the both fashion industry and its relationship to photography.
"In my opinion, one has only to be willing to spend the required amount of time to produce a truly exquisite piece.
I have always been intrigued by the seemingly unlimited diversity of shapes that can be achieved on the lathe. As a designer, I am always seeking out new possibilities and challenges. My work is always expanding by transforming these possibilities into reality. " - Hans Weissflog