Abstract paintings by Vancouver-based artist Lisa Ochowycz (previously featured here). Inspired by a deep love of music and secret desire to be a musician, Ochowycz began the series in the Summer of 2014 while listening to CBC radio 2 Tempo by Julie Nesrallah in the mornings: “Being a visual artist as opposed to a musician this is how I express the notes and sounds that are so transformative.” See more images from “If I Were a Musician” below!
An experimental installation of overlapping displays or ‘superpositions’ by artist Chris Trueman (previously featured here). See more images and video by Los Angeles-based filmmaker Zack Bass below or on display (simultaneously) in Brisbane, Australia (Superposition 1) and Los Angeles, USA (Superposition 2) until August 10.
Artist Kamea Hadar has just completed what is now the largest portrait in the state of Hawaii; a 14-story mural of Hina, the Hawaiian Goddess of the moon. Under the guidance of another artist John Hina aka Prime, Hadar’s work continues to explore a modern-day form of mo’olelo or ancient Hawaiian storytelling.
See more images (all shot by photographer Andrew Tran) of the massive mural below.