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  • Art. sculpture For Example: Patrick Laumond

    27.11.2016

    Patrick Laumond

    sculpture

    The MetaHism is an artistic movement that expresses and embodies the human mind as a meta-paradigm.
    This Art of the though...t, connects a global perception of the visible and invisible events simultaneously.
    META, because expressing the Whole, ISM as the concept and universal suffix, which we find in all the movements and H, eighth letter of the alphabet, (letter of the infinity, ∞, lemniscate) separating and unifying.

    All sculpture by Patrick Laumond
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Scott Austin

    14.04.2016

    Scott Austin

    sculpture

    Scott Austin is an emerging artist and beginning freelance designer, poet and writer. He makes art to be happy. He lives to create engaging works that have never been attempted before. Tucked away in his slightly cramped studio in RVA, he knows that there is not enough time for all the ideas.

    All sculpture by Scott Austin
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Carolina Borja

    03.02.2016

    Carolina Borja

    sculpture

    'I feel attracted to the contrast of cultures, to the collision between customs and traditions. My recent work speaks of identity, fragmentation and the way it can lead to unity. I incorporate elements of crafts and popular arts into my own work. Papier-mâché, tissue paper, crepe paper, thread, and cartoneria merge into a more contemporary art aesthetic.'

    All sculpture by Carolina Borja
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Donny Gettinger

    12.01.2016

    Donny Gettinger

    sculpture

    'I have always found a welcomed curiosity and frustration with “in-betweens”. My work as an artist maintains a focus on the tension found within these transitional spaces. While humoring a youth-stricken sense of adventure, I have explored the ambiguous area between male adolescence and adulthood within the Midwestern landscape. Driven by this interest in regionally specific subjects, I have expanded my perspective to consider the spaces between popular portrayals of locations and realities existing beneath the veneer.'

    All sculpture by Donny Gettinger
  • Art. sculpture For Example: The Art Of Salmagundi

    14.12.2015

    The Art Of Salmagundi

    sculpture

    Wonderful broken Staffordshire ceramic figures restored into modern statements of our times, using old folk tales and modern mythologies.

    "The way I work on an intervention, is to allow the damage dictate what can be done. I use traditional and modern restoration and conservation grade materials to create my work seamlessly linking the past to the present , through invisible application. Many of the techniques, materials and recipes I use have been in the hands of the craftsman for centuries. In our more increasing, untangible, fleeting, modern existence , I think people do not look properly and do not acknowledge the craftsmanship of work. I like the idea of making people look twice."

    The Art of Salmagundi is the artwork of artist and restorer, Amy Douglas.

    All sculpture by The Art Of Salmagundi
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Diploo

    16.11.2015

    Diploo

    sculpture

    Diploo Studio stands for ideas, that were hidden in our imagination since our childhood. Brought to the "surface" of reality, they are being carefully embeded into forms of various materials such as ceramic clay & others...

    All sculpture by Diploo
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Christina A West

    07.08.2015

    Christina A West

    sculpture

    Saw these colourful sliced up busts via twitter and loved them instantly.

    'Insistently figurative and tightly rendered, I make objects and installations that result from merging notions of the private with the public and overlaying the serious with the playful. These figures, with their strange scale, unnatural colors, and bodies frozen mid-gesture offer a space to play with assumptions and projections we place on other people and their bodies. This work begins with questions about the relationship of the exterior to the interior, the limits of what we can know about other people given that we never have direct access to their interiority, and how our physical encounters with spaces and with representations of bodies can affect perceptions of our own bodies. '

    All sculpture by Christina A West
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Harriet Horton

    06.07.2015

    Harriet Horton

    sculpture

    Love the macabre tradition of wildlife taxidermy contrasted with the playful and contemporary neon and perspex.

    'I fell in love with taxidermy from a young age, but adopted a contemporary take on it. I enjoy giving a playful narrative to a medium that sometimes holds a macabre association. Applying neon lighting to my work has become my signature style.'

    All sculpture by Harriet Horton
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Russell Wrankle

    17.06.2015

    Russell Wrankle

    sculpture

    I tell visual stories with the use of animal imagery. In my work I wrestle with existential questions of life and death through the symbolism of the body and various animals. My intensely saturated ceramic figures represent the decadence of worldly pleasures, a vibrant source of energy that is antithetical to death and dying. It is through embracing life and living that the pull of death and suffering is kept at a distance. Like Aesop’s Fables, animals such as dogs, rabbits, crabs, monkeys and frogs provide a vehicle to express the human condition. Animal imagery is the beginning of a deeper understanding of humanity.

    All sculpture by Russell Wrankle
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Hoda Zarbaf

    01.01.2015

    Hoda Zarbaf

    sculpture

    Hoda Zarbaf is a Toronto-based multidisciplinary artist, who has ventured through a variety of materials, techniques and literature to make narrations of intimacy and the complex boon of being a woman, using recycled textiles, pre-owned clothing, old toys and furnitures to make figurative sculptures.

    All sculpture by Hoda Zarbaf
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Thomas Medicus

    04.11.2014

    Thomas Medicus

    sculpture

    Amazing Painted glass strips, images changes from different view points. Check out the video below.

    All sculpture by Thomas Medicus
  • Art. sculpture For Example: Will Kendrick
  • Art. sculpture For Example: nick sellek

    19.11.2013

    nick sellek

    sculpture

    The 'Contrived Structures' series of photographs are of detailed models that embrace socialist modernity in the form of architectural components, severed from context to emphasise the absurdity of their design.

    All sculpture by nick sellek
  • Art. sculpture For Example: gemis luciani

    26.08.2013

    gemis luciani

    sculpture

    Gemis Luciani is an Italian artist currently living and working between Italy and Berlin. His research focuses on the expressive potential of an act of formal reduction. By manipulating, de-composing and re-assembling common objects such as design magazines, phone books and flyers, he reconfigures them in newly built systems of shapes and surfaces.

    All sculpture by gemis luciani
  • FOR EXAMPLE: FAVOURITES

    14.12.2015

    Art, sculpture The Art Of Salmagundi

    The Art Of Salmagundi

    sculpture

    06.07.2015

    Art, sculpture Harriet Horton

    Harriet Horton

    sculpture

    12.28.2014

    Art, sculpture Hoda Zarbaf

    Hoda Zarbaf

    sculpture

    06.07.2013

    Art, sculpture john oliverlewis

    john oliverlewis

    sculpture

    26.08.2013

    Art, sculpture gemis luciani

    gemis luciani

    sculpture

    19.11.2013

    Art, sculpture nick sellek

    nick sellek

    sculpture

    03.02.2016

    Art, sculpture Carolina Borja

    Carolina Borja

    sculpture

    07.08.2015

    Art, sculpture Christina  A West

    Christina A West

    sculpture