Un Hiver en Couleur by Florent Tanet
A collection of drawings on brown Kraft Stonehenge paper. Done with charcoal, sumi ink, acrylic paint and cut fabric flower collage.
Wire Bonsai by Ken To
Bonsai is a reflective art, but you could almost see yourself in the delicately wrapped copper wire that Ken uses to cnstruct his miniature bonsai sculptures, which are available to purchase at his rondei.
A study of the life of Sinan reveals the story of a true creator, never satisfied with his achievements, constantly in search of new ideas and relentlessly trying out innovative features. — Sinan: The Architect and His Works
Magnetism - Saudi contemporary artist, Ahmed Mater utilizes iron filings and a magnet to create a simple yet captivating and striking installation of pilgrims circling (tawaf) the Ka’bah (house of God). The overall aim of the artist is simple, but much like the central focus; is compellingly attractive. Muslims pray towards the Ka’bah 5 times a day and the slightest twist of the magnet by Mater recreates the central act of tawaf and people lined in prayer. Thousands of Muslims perform tawaf on a daily basis; including as part of the Hajj and Umrah rituals. This consists of going around the Ka’bah 7 time’s counter clock-wise reciting any form of prayer such as dhikr, tasbeeh and Quran. Ultimately, Maters work adds a modern touch to this religious ritual and its importance in Islam and to Muslims around the world.