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Title: Swirls\nDescription: Hena Tayeb, photographer, 2007. 12"x8" architectural photograph. Measures 17"x13" with mocha frame and white mat. See Item #60 for an example of mat and frame.\nArtist Info: Hena Tayeb was born in Chicago, but lived in her native Pakistan for many years. Her formal education was at the Indus Valley School of Arts, in Karachi, where she received a Bachelor of Arts. Tayeb's specialty is in abstracts and macro photos taken both in natural and urban environments. She has a keen eye for illusion and has developed a distinct ability to take ordinary objects and transform them into the extraordinary. An example of her unique creativity can be seen in her photographs of hands, all of which speak volumes of the person as a whole. Tayeb currently lives in New Jersey. Artists in Auction
Eternal-flower Vase
Title: Eternal-flower Vase\nDescription: David Zalben, 2008. 16 gage annealed wire. Sprayed with enamel clear coat. 15"x21"x8"\nArtist Info: David Zalben was a professional photographer, who produced award-winning advertising campaigns, before he discovered painting and wirework. Whatever the medium of choice, his goal is to create art that resonates with the viewer. For him, airy wirework and painting on non-traditional surfaces, namely tins, allows for the crafting of imagery that is unexpected, as well as the expression of irony, humor, innocence and love. David maintains a studio as an artist-in-residence at the Artcenter/South Florida in Miami Beach. Artists in Auction
Grape Fruit
Title: Grape Fruit\nDescription: Darrell Jones, (American) 2007. Acrylic on wood. Set of 2, each 9.5"x12", signed.\nArtist Info: Darrell Jones, American artist, born 1973. Raised in a Memphis, Tennessee family of eight, Jones studied art from an early age. His style combines the storyboard camera angles and sketches of animation with the vibrant colors and abstract shapes of painting. Jones successfully fuses playful scenes with creative angles and colors to fully draw the viewer into each and every piece. Darrell Jones currently lives and works in Forest Park, Georgia. Artists in Auction
Plato's Allegory #1
Title: Plato's Allegory #1\nDescription: Mark Ross, 2008. Archival digital print, unframed. 30"x20". Signed limited edition of 50. Hi-resolution image available on email request to ArtistsinAuction.\nArtist Info: Mark Ross is motivated by an intrinsic interest in the commonplace and the incidental. His work bridges painting, printmaking and photography with a highly improvisational creative process that he refers to as "digital repixelation." His method utilizes a painterly color palette and an implied sense of texture and surface dimension. Mark studied at the Art Students League, Carnegie Mellon University, and The School of Visual Arts. He apprenticed to surrealistic fashion photographer William Silano and currently works as a freelance architectural/interiors photographer. Mark lives and works in NYC. Artists in Auction
Untitled (red)
Title: Untitled (red)\nDescription: Tom Smith, 2009. Superhero collage on paper. Signed bottom right by artist. Measures 6.75"x7".\nArtist Info: Tom Smith was raised in Elkton, Maryland. At an early age he was fascinated with video games and was absorbed in making small clay sculptures. He studied illustration at the Maryland Institute College of Art, and then received his MFA from the School of Visual Arts in New York City, where he currently lives. Tom's recent work focuses on relationships, and exploring the figure through different media. The Superhero collages offered in his current collection combine two or more found images. The character images are painstakingly sliced and then reconfigured using various geometric patterns. As the new combined image emerges so do surprising effects. The resulting collages depict two figures in a field of vibrating interference, and keep the viewer mesmerized. Artists in Auction
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