Artist and designer Haley Ann Robinson has a passion for exploring shape, color, line and simple forms—something that translates well into her hand-shaped wooden objects. She treats some of the smooth, angular sides of each object with a vibrant selection of colors, designed to highlight specific visual planes and grain patterns in each piece. Robinson pulls a great deal of inspiration from geometry and nature, resulting in objects that display a playful engagement with shape, medium and surface.
Congratulations to Rebecca Norris Webb on her first photograph published in National Geographic featuring the photo “Ghost Mountain” from her book, “My Dakota.”
The painting of “Ghost Mountain” was painted by Norman Blue Arm, a local “Lakota” artist in the small town of Faith, South Dakota.
The “Visions of Earth” column in the just released April 2013 issue of National Geographic Magazine - http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/visions-of-earth/visions-earth-2013
Rebecca Norris Webb will be exhibiting at Ricco Maresca Gallery on June 20 - August 17, 2013.