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Articles by Leroy Soeterboek

Leroy Soeterboek


Modernist Sandcastles

You aren’t likely to see sandcastles such as these being molded by a couple of toddlers on a South Coast beach. The impressive piles of sand you are looking at are sculpted by New Yorker Calvin Seibert, who believes the sculptures form organically from his mind – each feature beginning as a natural transgression or contradiction…


Noemie Goudal’s Observatories series is ominous

    Noemie Goudal‘s Observatories series portray a parallel world of scarce and monolithic structures. The seemingly abandoned environs evoke thoughts of civilisation and history, all whilst circling around a feeling of familiarity. ““I don’t think that my pictures invite anyone into a fantasy world but rather a place made from the real that questions the fantasies,…


These mugs want to make everything better

“The Things-Could-Be-Worse Mug is NOT like those cheap ceramic mugs you get free from the auto body shop or the veterinarian” – Don Moyer Well, I already know they are going to be better than all my mugs. Created by artist Don Moyer in an attempt to brighten your day, these mugs feature comical images…


Bryan Spier’s Boogie-Woogie Hat Tip

Australian artist Bryan Spier’s newest exhibition, History Paintings, is a total feast of colourful geometric shapes. The pieces have been exhibited at Sarah Scout Gallery in Melbourne. Spier cites Dutch artist Piet Mondrian’s unfinished Victory Boogie-Woogie as a source of inspiration for the series. “The paintings are based on shapes that have no figurative connotations, so…

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