Kinetic Drawings by Claire Oswalt

Juxtapoz // Thursday, September 22, 2011
We are all for taking illustration to new levels of presentation, and we definitely appreciate Claire Oswalt's kinetic drawings. Most of these drawings, dating back to 2009, are made of paper and graphite on motorized wood.

In Illustration: Claire Oswalt's Treeforms

Juxtapoz // Monday, August 29, 2011
In her series of 'Treeforms,' Brooklyn-based artist Claire Oswalt uses the subtle gradations a graphite pencil can offer to create nuanced, highly detailed, and visually serene work, where nature and the human form calmly and beautifully mingle.

Treeforms

Illustration // Thursday, August 25, 2011
In her series of 'Treeforms,' Brooklyn-based artist Claire Oswalt uses the subtle gradations a graphite pencil can offer to create nuanced, highly detailed, and visually serene work, where nature and the human form calmly and beautifully mingle.

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