|Don't you just want to swim into this acrylic dining table? by Zaha Hadid|
I admit I am so drawn to works by artists I recognize from this show over the three years, but I'm super excited by new players each year, too.
|These are wigs, made of PAPER|
|Unbelievable detail & craftsmanship. |
By Nikki Nye & Amy Flurry, The Paper Cut Project
|I especially love the plates by Molly Hatch |
reflected in the vintage metal table by Karl Springer
|Looks like a traditional toile wallpaper? Look again... |
Beth Katleman creates the complete installation in porcelain figures, covering the entire wall
detail of Cattleman's wall installation
baby is probably laughing at goat doing his business
|Wall tapestry by Susie Ganch made only of plastic coffee cup lids. Marvelous texture. |
Look closely, you can see lipstick on a few lids
Some of the fun at the Fog is people-watching of course.
This lady has my vote for best Footwear with Ensemble at the show:
|The pale pink hair is killer, too|
But there was plenty of evidence of the hand at the show, too.
|Ceramics by Ruberto Lugo. |
I love the contrast of lady-like tea pot covered in graffiti and political symbols
Many works combined intricate handwork with innovative technology.
|I really enjoy Dustin Yellen's meticulous 3D collages in multiple layers of acrylic|
|Also love Ted Noten's acrylic works. You'll never lose anything in his handbags|
|Works by Bae Se Hwa are just so sensual. |
And actually, really comfortable.
At the end of the day, you must have a place to keep your treasures.
Even if the title indicates otherwise...
|"You Can't Lay Down Your Memories," chest by Tejo Remy|
click here for link to the Fog Fair info