Thursday, July 2, 2009

The Spectre of Architecture

I was delighted to get an e-mail from Deborah Goldsman, a talented artist I met at the Inspired Design conference in January. She recently launched a website with images from her graduation exhibition, The Spectre of Architecture. Deborah said her work is "about memory and a haunted sense of time and space. I drew a lot of inspiration from the craftsman bungalow that I've been living in this last year, and all of the flea-market artifacts that I've filled it with." Sounds wonderful!

I can see Deborah's inspiration of home, memory and artifacts within her delicate silk organza pieces. They are quite lovely and I'm sure even better in person. Check out more of Deborah's work here!

14 comments:

erin@designcrisis said...

Amazing! I love the ethereal quality of things which are normally so solid.

Vivi said...

That first one is amazing. The shadow really highlights the lines and how delicate the piece is. Lovely.

Laura. said...

oh, man! these are gorgeous. i like it all.

Sal said...

Such ethereal pieces.

RosyRevolver said...

so much presence for such a delicate look. reminds me of the amazing resin pieces you did in studio. love these!

Bonbon Oiseau said...

wow..thanks for sharing this...i love the look and sound of it...

Phone with a Cord said...

Very pretty, the delicate apron is great

Kylie said...

These are just exquisite! Love it all. K

Scatterbrain Tal said...

There's something so interesting in her works. Just beautiful!
thanks for sharing.
god it's good to be back in here.:) i missed this place..

Victoria said...

Truly spectacular work... exactly the sort of images my mind has been hungering to see manifested. Thanks for sharing this gifted artist!

[J] said...

Very interesting!
Happy 4th!

Miss A said...

wow. very cool.

Girl Japan: April Marie Claire said...

Very delicate, very cool, and utterly spectacular, I love how you find ART like this and post it!

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