Trees on canvas

Myoung Ho Lee separates his subject—trees—from the surrounding landscape by suspending a canvas behind them. The resulting photographs are really striking. See the Morning News and Lens Culture to read more.

At right, Tree #2 by Myoung Ho Lee (archival ink-jet print on paper, 125x100cm, 2006)

PS: It’s probably obvious by now, but I’m back at the helm of the blog! I helped the new guy over at ArtistsNetwork.TV transition into the job, and things are rolling along well there! (In fact, a little birdie told me that they filmed some new videos yesterday…)

I’ve also been working on a new series for The Artist’s Magazine that’s starting in the March 2009 issue called Mediapedia. They’re four-page, in-depth, brand-free guides to art media that you can clip and save for in-studio reference. The first one is on acrylics, so watch for that issue when it comes out in February!

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