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Making the complicated simple

Making the complicated simple

Posted by on Mar 2, 2015 in Creatively Thinking, My art and thoughts | No Comments

Making the simple complicated is commonplace; making the complicated simple, awesomely simple, that’s creativity.  – Charles Mingus There is something so complicated yet so simple in the terra-cotta sculptures of Alexander Ney that is very inspiring. His pieces are very intricate and but his subjects are approachable; animals, floral arrangements, and human figures.

Street Art. Art for All.

Street Art. Art for All.

Posted by on Aug 31, 2014 in Blog, Public Art, Tami Snow, Travels | No Comments

In Europe, I found some of the best street art  – outside of NYC, LA and Valparaíso, Chile. Thinking like a story teller and marketer it is a great medium to get across an idea to a broad audience.  Here are various artists and street art from different places in the world. Personally, I love it because […]

Hundreds of Dollar Bills Deconstructed

Hundreds of Dollar Bills Deconstructed

  At the Miami Project Art Fair, artist Mark Wagner deconstructs hundreds and hundreds of dollar bills, and rebuilds them into numerous scenes based around American identity and capitalism. Is a dollar just a piece of paper or a symbol of wealth and power that we have created? Makes you think.

O.k. For Now.

O.k. For Now.

Posted by on Dec 5, 2013 in Blog, My art and thoughts, Tami Snow | No Comments

  With all the constant rain  in Norway thus far … One minute we are o.k. and the next we are underwater. I often wonder how we find ourselves underwater so quickly.