Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang

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Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 8, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 8, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang - detail of my work using organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang - detail of my work using organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 14. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 14. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 13, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 13, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 12, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 12, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 11, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 11, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 10, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 10, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 9, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 9, detail. Organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 7 Organic material

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 7 Organic material

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 6, detail Organic material

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 6, detail Organic material


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Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang - detail of my work using organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang - detail of my work using organic material.

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 4 detail Organic material

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang 4 detail Organic material

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang

Kjellrun Porsvik Forfang

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Thomas Deyle

Group Photo, El Anatsui | on view @ NCMA March 18-July 29 in El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa

Group Photo, El Anatsui | on view @ NCMA March 18-July 29 in El Anatsui: When I Last Wrote to You about Africa

The lion-headed eagle or imdugad, a lesser divinity in Sumeria; the gold head attaches to the lapis lazuli body with tiny copper nails and bitumen (a petroleum product with the consistency of tar). Feathers are finely etched on the wings. The pendant is inscribed “Messanapada of Ur,” 2500 BCE - Treasure of Ur Palace of Mari. Nat'l Museum of Syria.

The lion-headed eagle or imdugad, a lesser divinity in Sumeria; the gold head attaches to the lapis lazuli body with tiny copper nails and bitumen (a petroleum product with the consistency of tar). Feathers are finely etched on the wings. The pendant is inscribed “Messanapada of Ur,” 2500 BCE - Treasure of Ur Palace of Mari. Nat'l Museum of Syria.

Carla Accardi CILINDRO-CONO , 2013 Paint on perspex

Carla Accardi CILINDRO-CONO , 2013 Paint on perspex

Anna Hepler Interview | Sea Fantasy

Anna Hepler Interview | Sea Fantasy

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