"In the Woods, Of the Woods" by artist Valerie Hegarty.


Wood, wire, plaster, paper mache, acrylic, canvas, artificial leaves

78” x 11’3” x 24”

For more from Valerie, visit:  http://valeriehegarty.com/

UK based artist Charming Baker has his first Los Angeles based solo exhibition opening tonight in Los Angeles at Milk Studios | Los Angeles.  ”Lie Down I Think I Love You” features a multitude of works by the artist, all dealing with the inner struggle of nature vs. the modern world.  

The exhibition celebrates it’s opening on March 21st, 2013 (tonight 6pm - 9pm) and runs through the 23rd at Milk Studios in Los Angeles - 855 N Cahuenga Blvd  Los Angeles, CA 90038 - phone (323) 469-8900

During the flood last year in Pakistan, millions of spiders found refuge in trees around the most affected areas.  With webs so thick, many of the trees looked painted.  Photographer Russell Watkins for the UK’s Department for International Development was on hand to capture this amazing event.  

This proves once again, mother nature is the best installation artist we know of.  

- Warholian

Cave of Crystals, Mexico
Photograph by Carsten Peter, Speleoresearch & Films

Massive beams of selenite dwarf human explorers in Mexico’s Cave of Crystals, deep below the Chihuahuan Desert. Formed over millennia, these crystals are among the largest yet discovered on Earth.

This Month in Photo of the Day: National Geographic Magazine Features:http://ngm.nationalgeographic.com/2008/11/crystal-giants/shea-text

Amazing photo of the recent eclipse by Colleen Pinski of National Geographic.

"Above and Below" by artist Josh Keyes 
40”x30” acrylic on birch panel

"This painting can hang in either direction depending on the mood you are in… :) " - JK