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Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



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Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



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Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



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Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



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Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



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Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



Sick

Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



Sick

Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



Sick

Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



Sick

Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen
Artist onTumblr | on Behance | Facebook
Sometimes art can have rather cryptic titles that need to be carefully elaborated, but that’s not the case in these works by Nicholas Mottola Jacobsen. The title describes pretty precise what the artist has done; tear off pieces of drawings, photos, and illustrations in order to create new pieces of art. In his series ‘Pixelation’ he also transforms pictures, hiding selected pieces of the whole image in order to create a new perspective.



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Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


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Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨

Leslie Shows 
Leslie Shows is a local Bay Area artist whose paintings have titles like ” The Arrangement of Salts and Metals by Properties,” where she succeeds in melding elemental natural tones with moody pychedelic lightning and rainbow crystals.  The vibrant colors and the explosive use of paint in Leslie Shows work, balanced with the subtle greys and stone.  Her paintings reunite the rift between science and art by utilizing color and form to explain what is happening in our real world sometimes on such a grand scale that we are usually unable to notice.  The first image is detail of her painting called “The Nitrogen Cycle.” She magically displays working concepts on thge working of our physical world by combining elements to create something as basic as the air we breathe. Everything is located on a grand Geologic Time Scale which surpasses our normal experience of the world by millions of years and can destroy our reality with one shift.


More art for the viewers 🎨
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Patrick JoustSelected works, 2014
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Patrick JoustSelected works, 2014
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Patrick JoustSelected works, 2014
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Patrick JoustSelected works, 2014