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Layered Resin Dioramas of Forest-Dwelling Characters Embedded with Flora and Fauna by Drew Mosley

June 23, 2015

Christopher Jobson

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Egg thief #3 (acrylic, resin, found bowl, quail eggs, sticks and branches, 12″ diameter)

Ottawa artist and carpenter Drew Mosley paints forest-dwelling characters encased in wooden bowls filled with layers of resin. Each scene is further embellished with found bits of flora and fauna: twigs, leaves, eggs, and more, creating artworks that walk a fine line between storybook illustration and sculptural dioramas. Mosley has an extensive studio practice and also pursues a wide range of building and woodworking projects around Ottawa Valley. His paintings have been exhibited throughout Canada and Greece and he currently has a show at the Ottawa Art Gallery through July 27, 2015. You can follow him on Instagram and Flickr. (via Colossal Submissions)

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