These Jordan Kasey Aquatic Paintings are Anatomically Shelled

By: Simal Yilmaz - Published: Feb 3, 2013 • References: & artnau
These aquatic paintings by Jordan Kasey are closely integrated with human anatomy. The relationship between human and marine life is shown in the form of many different angles.

Her paintings consist of natatorial lives living in a human skeleton. She has two depictions of marine inhabitants stuffed inside an empty human head shell, and some inside human rib cages.

This extremely kaleidoscopic art project, other than being alluringly beautiful, is also an artistic reminder of the closely integrated ecosystem humans and the marine life share. We are a part of the aquatic life as much as it is a part of us, weather or not we realize. The artist depicts this relativity and relationship beautifully through his compositions, and provides a visual feast to the viewer with the use of blue backgrounds and chromatic subject matter. Stats for Anatomical Natatorial Paintings Trending: Older & Chilly
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