Sculptures
Lifelike animals formed from shattered glass by Marta Klonowska

Lifelike animals formed from shattered glass by Marta Klonowska

From a distance, each furry little animal appears almost soft and fuzzy, but, upon closer inspection, viewers will recognize that the sculptures are actually formed with colorful shards of rigid glass. The artist selects a simple color palette for each creature, and attaches the pieces of glass to a metal framework that is covered with...
Paper sculptures by Richard Sweeney

Paper sculptures by Richard Sweeney

Richard Sweeney was born in Huddersfield, England in 1984. He discovered a natural talent for sculpture at Batley School of Art and Design in 2002, which led him to the study of Three Dimensional Design at the Manchester Metropolitan University, where he concentrated on the hands-on manipulation of paper to create design models, which ultimately...
Rocks, gravity and patience - Stone Balance by Michael Grab

Rocks, gravity and patience – Stone Balance by Michael Grab

Working only with rocks, gravity, and patience, artist Michael Grab builds precarious towers and bridges that seem to defy gravity. Grab first tried stone balancing during the summer of 2008 while exploring Boulder Creek in Boulder, Colorado, and quickly discovered an innate ability to build increasingly complicated, free standing stacks of rocks. While his stone...
Igor Mitoraj, sculptures

Igor Mitoraj, sculptures

Born: March 26, 1944, Oederan, Germany. Died: October 6, 2014 Deeply rooted in the classical tradition, Igor Mitoraj sculpts broken or severed fragments of the male form, with an eye for the theatrical that is grounded in years spent working on set designs and costumes for operas. “My work is not concerned with recreating what...
Steampunk animal and insect sculptures by Igor Verniy

Steampunk animal and insect sculptures by Igor Verniy

From heaps of scrap metal, old bike chains, and silverware, sculptor Igor Verniy creates birds, butterflies, and other unusual creations. Many of his steampunk and cyberpunk sculptures are made to be fully articulated, with dozens of moving or adjustable parts enabling each piece to be posed in several lifelike positions. Igor Verniy: facebook Via: thisiscolossal.com/...
Masood Rangrazan, sculpture

Masood Rangrazan, sculpture

Masood Rangrazan: facebook Via: artodyssey1.blogspot.com
Yenny Cocq, bronze sculpture

Yenny Cocq, bronze sculpture

“Working in figurative sculpture, I am challenged by one of nature’s most complex and beautiful forms — the human body. I have refined the human figure to basic and almost geometric forms. I love to use the human form to portray an emotional idea or story. Giving life to my subjects by capturing their innermost...
Miraculous and very creative objects by Haydi Cameron

Miraculous and very creative objects by Haydi Cameron

The artist Haydi Cameron was born in Paramaribo, Surinam. Her roots, her love for nature and her interest in other cultures have made her travel a lot over the past years. In her work she combines these different elements. Her creative look at the world enables her to give life to varied materials. Each object...
The Kelpies, enormous horse head sculptures by artist Andy Scott

The Kelpies, enormous horse head sculptures by artist Andy Scott

Towering 30 meters (nearly 100 feet) above the ground, The Kelpies consists of a pair of enormous horse head sculptures installed by artist Andy Scott in Falkirk, Scotland. Scott spent a total of nine years designing and then assembling the sculptures on-site, crafting steel parts into intricate busts that allude to the legendary Scottish water...
Incredible three-dimensional wire cars

Incredible three-dimensional wire cars

These three-dimensional wire car sculptures by Uk-based artist Benedict Radcliffe are beyond incredible. The cars almost look as though they’ve been computer generated, but in actuality they are full scale representations made from 10mm steel tubes welded together. Benedict Radcliffe: website Via: mymodernmet.com
Feltépve, gigantic sculpture by Ervin Loránth Hervé

Feltépve, gigantic sculpture by Ervin Loránth Hervé

On the occasion of the Art Market Budapest, the artist Ervin Loránth Hervé created a gigantic sculpture titled Feltépve. Crafted from polystyrene, the work was temporary installed on Széchenyi Square in Budapest. Ervin Loránth Hervé: website Via: fubiz.net
Sculptures and installations by Ángela Lergo

Sculptures and installations by Ángela Lergo

The analysis of the meaning of the forms in the sculpture of Ángela Lergo happens through the examination of the concepts of identity, reality and space. There is something more in these mud figures, something more that it equips them with a waxen, unreal aspect, which takes to raise questions about the ambivalence that any...

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