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A Traveling Exhibition of 100 Stunning Selections from the 2018 Wildlife Photographer of the Year

January 17, 2019

Kate Sierzputowski

…March 22 and runs through January 2020. (via Block Club Chicago) “Pipe owls,” Arshdeep Singh, India, Winner 2018, 10 Years and Under “Hellbent,” David Herasimtschuk, USA, Winner 2018, Behaviour: Amphibians and Reptiles “Mud-rolling mud-dauber,” Georgina Steytler, Australia, Winner 2018, Behaviour: Invertebrates “Night flight,” Michael Patrick O’Neill, USA, Winner 2018, Under Water “Windsweep,” Orlando Fernandez Miranda, Spain, Winner 2018, Earth’s Environments “Mother defender,” Javier Aznar González de Rueda, Spain, Winner 2018, Wildlife Photographer Portfolio Award “Lounging leopard,” Skye Meaker, South Africa, Grand Title Winner 2018, 15-17 Years Old “Bed of seals,” Cristobal Serrano, Spain, Winner 2018, Animals in their environment  …

 

 



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Handmade Textile Weeds and Other Overlooked Plants Printed With Found Images by Miranda van Dijk

April 23, 2018

Kate Sierzputowski

…between her handmade plants and the individuals printed on their forms. You can buy select pieces from Miranda van Dijk from her Etsy store, and learn about about her work on her website and Instagram. (via Anna Marks) Miranda van Dijk, from the series Sensitive Survivors Miranda van Dijk, from the series Sensitive Survivors Miranda van Dijk, from the series Sensitive Survivors Miranda van Dijk, from the series Hidden Memories, photo by Oak&Fir Miranda van Dijk, from the series Hidden Memories, photo by Oak&Fir Miranda van Dijk, from the series Sensitive Survivors Miranda van Dijk, from the series Sensitive Survivors…

 

 



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Artist Jeremy Miranda Explores Memory and Scenes of the Northeast in His Sublime Paintings

May 22, 2017

Christopher Jobson

Artist Jeremy Miranda (previously) paints in a space between worlds: reality and memory, indoor and outdoor, past and present. Ideas and concepts bleed together within his acrylic paintings like the fuzzy edges of a dream, where powerful images exist amongst unexpected locations and backdrops. The New Hampshire-based artist is heavily influenced by his surroundings in the American Northeast, apparent in his depiction of dense woods, crashing waves, and the recurring motif of lush greenhouses—a more literal depiction of his mixing of environments. Miranda has an upcoming exhibition next month with Michelle Morin at Nahcotta Gallery, and he has a number…

 

 



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Artist Jeremy Miranda Examines Memory with Oil Landscapes that Bleed into Interiors

January 2, 2015

Christopher Jobson

Artist Jeremy Miranda is fascinated with how the mind creates memories and the juxtaposition of experiences both real and perceived. His oil paintings overlap interior and exterior environments to create unexpected relationships between disparate subjects, usually natural versus man-made. The interior of an artist’s studio dissolves into a bucolic river landscape, a bookshelf leads into the ocean, or a glowing furnace is concealed below a quiet pond. Miranda most recently had an exhibit at Nahcotta Gallery in New Hampshire where several of his original works are currently available. Some of his most popular images are also available as prints. (via…

 

 



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Dreamlike Split-Level Landscapes Painted by Jeremy Miranda

April 12, 2013

Christopher Jobson

Artist Jeremy Miranda lives and works in Salem, Massachusetts where he works with acrylic paint to create images influenced by nature, technology, and memory. Among my favorite of his works are his split level landscapes connected by ladders that depict hidden worlds just under the surface of the ocean. Miranda has original paintings and prints available through Etsy, Enormous Tiny Art, and Sebastian Foster. (via not shaking the grass)…