Monday, April 27, 2009


I am absolutely loving the work of Jacob Magraw-Mickelson. His organically-structured compositions look like topography maps on acid, with farm plots and colorful, pulsating underworlds connected by plumbing sinews and electrical ligaments, creating vibrant Dr. Seuss-like landscapes. Ahhh...dreamy.

With representation at the Richard Heller Gallery in Santa Monica, California, Magraw-Mickelson's work has been featured in The New York Times, Fishwrap Magazine, McSweeney's Quarterly and in the Anthropologie catalog.

For inquiries on
Magraw-Mickelson pieces available for sale, contact the Heller Gallery.

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