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  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Redsmall
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Torn
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Red
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – I would rather be Red
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Her constant Companions
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – From my rotting body, flowers shall grow and I am in them and that is eternity
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Borderland Project
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Borderland Project
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Blue – Treat me Pink – Handmade Art Doll

Emilie Steele Art doll’s

Emilie Steele Art doll’s / Sweden

Emilie Steele Art doll's - Borderland Project

Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Borderland Project

Les pubs très creatives de Pelephone

Les pubs très creatives de Pelephone, opérateur en Israel.

ARMIES

FANTASTIC WORLD

Chiharu Shiota – Venice Biennale 2015

Chiharu Shiota – Venice Biennale 2015 / The key in the hand.

Venice Biennale 2015. Chiharu Shiota - The key in the hand

Venice Biennale 2015. Chiharu Shiota – The key in the hand

Tom Newbury - 3D sculpture

Tom Newbury 3D sculpture

Tom Newbury 3D sculpture (Australia)

Tom Newbury - 3D sculpture

Tom Newbury – 3D sculpture

 

  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – ICARUS. Wroclaw 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – INFLATABLES 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – ICARUS. Wroclaw 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures – ICARUS. Wroclaw 2014
  • Ivan Prieto – Surreal sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Sculptures
  • Ivan Prieto – Sculptures ceramic surrealiste
  • Ivan Prieto – Portrait sculpteur

Surreal Sculptures Iván Prieto

Surreal Sculptures Iván Prieto (Germany)

Ivan Prieto - Sculptures ceramic surrealiste

Ivan Prieto – Sculptures ceramic surrealiste

  • Christiane Loehr – 2006 – Tree blossoms sculpture
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte – 2009, Pflanzenstengel, 6,5 x 13 x 12 cm
  • Christiane Loehr – Dandelion Sculpture – 2009
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane-Loehr – Sculptures & installations nature morte
  • Christiane Loehr – Blossoms – 2009

Sculptures et installations Christiane Loehr

Sculptures et installations Christiane Loehr (Germany/Italy)

Christiane Loehr - Dandelion Sculpture - 2009

Christiane Loehr – Dandelion Sculpture – 2009

Christiane Loehr utilise des matériaux naturels tels que des graines, tiges de plantes ou d’herbes, graines de lierres ou pissenlits, crin de cheval.
Ses sculptures sont fragiles et aériennes, délicates et éphémères.

  • Andreas Reh – wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – Portrait /  Wetplate collodion photography
  • Andreas Reh – wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – Wetplate collodion Nude photography
  • Andreas Reh – photography portrait
  • Andreas Reh – photography portrait
  • Andreas Reh – photography portrait
  • Andreas Reh – photography portrait

Andreas Reh – Wetplate collodion photography

Andreas Reh – Wetplate collodion photography,  born in 1965, grown up and still living in Germany nearby Frankfurt am Main.

Andreas Reh - Wetplate collodion Nude photography

Andreas Reh – Wetplate collodion Nude photography

He works as a photography artist for conceptual art, portrait and nude, in digital and also in the old technique of wetplate collodion photography. His work has shown in european exhibitions and magazines and television, like ART Magazine, Fine Art Photo, German Television etc.

  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Siren
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Palpitation
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Night call
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – La chambre
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Day trip
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Bound
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Artemis
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Self examination
  • Ray Caesar – Digital art – Aria

L’univers de Ray Caesar

L’univers de Ray Caesar (Canada)
Artiste surréaliste et peintre digital, la plupart de ses tableaux numériques représentent des femmes-enfants et des garçons en robes d’époque.

Ray Caesar - Digital art - Self examination

Ray Caesar – Digital art – “Self examination”

Les gens pensent que je peins des photos d’enfants… pas du tout ! Je peins des images de l’âme humaine… cette image séduisante de la partie cachée de nous-mêmes… que certains appellent fantômes ou esprit ; mais je les vois comme la représentation de ce que nous sommes vraiment, de ce qui se manifeste autour de tous, les objets et les ecchymoses qui ont rempli l’histoire de chaque vie.

Mon travail porte principalement sur l’archétype de l’enfant divin … la figure du Christ sous toutes ses formes représente pour moi l’élévation spirituelle. Les enfants dans mon travail sont en fait une forme d’autoportrait et en tant qu’artiste, le féminin est une image plus juste de la nature de l’âme… de mon âme… ce qui donne naissance à la création.

 

Gamblin pour la planète

Discours de Jacques Gamblin pour la planète, qui à l’occasion de la COP 21 a crié haut et fort son engagement pour sauver la planète (au Parlement sensible des Ecrivains, le 14 novembre 2015).

Jacques Gamblin pour la planete

Jacques Gamblin pour la planete

  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Cephalothoracopagus
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Diminish – cartridge paper, netting, fishing line – 2012
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Diminish – cartridge paper, netting, fishing line – 2012
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Heavy Head  – silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Heavy Head  – silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Lick – resin, fibreglass, oil paint 16.5 x 24.5 x 19 cm, 2010
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Milker – mohair, silicone, resin, fibre glass, oil paint 28 x 30 x 18cm, 2011
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Milker – mohair, silicone, resin, fibre glass, oil paint 28 x 30 x 18cm, 2011
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Rack – silicone, mohair, porcelain, resin, fibreglass, oil paint 28 x 30 x 18cm – 2011
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Sevens / Horses
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Suspended Animation – details
  • Christy Langer – Sculptures
  • Christy Langer – Studio portrait

Christy Langer mixed media art

Christy Langer mixed media art sculptures and installation. (born 1980)
Christy Langer is a Canadian artist graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCADU) in 2003.
Lived in Berlin.

Christy Langer - Sculpture Heavy Head - silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010

Christy Langer – Sculpture Heavy Head – silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010

  • David Oliveira – “Dog” wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – “Dog” wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures dog
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures Poumons
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures tree birds
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures Octopus
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures Octopus
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Expo sculptures
  • David Oliveira – portrait sculpteur Portugal

David Oliveira – Wire sculptures

David Oliveira – Wire sculptures (Portugal)

David Oliveira - Wire sculptures

David Oliveira – Wire sculptures

David Oliveira works are essentially a work of visual perception to the viewer. The truth behind each work lies on each one memories and their ability to stare and see.
Davids works are fragile, made of humble material and intimately related to the idea of the passage of time, in which, like with a human body subject to the role of the years and opposite to Oscar Wilde´s idea, his works do get old and get a “patine”. It´s over this idea of a continuous time schedule that David works his figures.
His figures play with their presence and their invisibility at the real space. This duality between opposite concepts is a constant in his work.
David innovative method relies in the Drawing methodology in surrounding areas through the use of the line, a line that in the hands of David becomes three dimensional and lives in the sculpture´s filed.
The Flesh in his works is not a barrier but work as a door to a new interior or exterior world. The idea itself of interior | exterior is questioned existing only in the perceptive path.
There are no boundaries in David´s work, this boundaries are put by each one only because each one as their own ideas of logic and knowledge.
Everything in his works, as we found in nature, relay on a structure. For David Oliveira his works must exist under the same conditions as everything in nature, nothing stands forever. Everything has a finite live, occupies a space (virtual or not) and are free. (text : Facebook profil)

 

video-baleines-grises-californie

Magnifique video de baleines grises et leurs bébés

Magnifique video de baleines grises et leurs bébés accompagnés d’un dauphin dans la baie de Big Sur, côte californienne.

  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Conversion2”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Guardians’ Fall”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpteur portrait

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang - Sculpture "Oops"

Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”

Johnson Tsang travaille à Hong Kong, il crée des sculptures en porcelaine, en acier inoxydable et participe à des projets d’art public.
Tsang met sa technique au service de son imagination surréaliste, et ses sculptures rassemblent souvent l’intégration des 2 éléments, «êtres humains» et «objets».
Depuis 1993, les œuvres de Tsang ont été exposées à Hong Kong, Taiwan, en Corée, Espagne, Suisse et collectées par les musées et des collectionneurs locaux et étrangers.

Son travail, notamment ses “bébés” me font beaucoup penser aux sculptures de Ronit Baranga dans l’expression.

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Sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project.
Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, “human beings” and  “objects”, into creative themes. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Spain and Switzerland and collected by local and overseas museums and collectors.

His work, especially his “babies” make me think of Ronit Baranga’ sculptures.

 

  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas
  • Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas

Photographie équine Wiebke Haas

Photographie équine Wiebke Haas (Allemagne) – Professional photo shootings worldwide.

Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas

Magnifique photographie equine Wiebke Haas

  • Installation piscine roubaix sculptures – ESAAT 2016
  • Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix sculptures – ESAAT 2016
  • Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix sculptures – ESAAT 2016
  • Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix sculptures – ESAAT 2016
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures
  • Installation sculptures ESAAT roubaix musee piscine
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures
  • Installation sculptures ESAAT roubaix musee piscine
  • Installation sculptures ESAAT roubaix musee piscine
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures 2016
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures 2016
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures 2016
  • ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures 2016

L’ESAAT au Musée de la Piscine de Roubaix

Installation de L’ESAAT au Musée de la Piscine de Roubaix.

ESAAT - Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix - sculptures 2016

ESAAT – Installation Musée de la Piscine Roubaix – sculptures 2016

Les étudiants de l’École Supérieure Arts Appliqués et Textile de Roubaix (ESAAT) ont travaillé et exposé des oeuvres dans le hall du Musée de la Piscine de Roubaix et ont surtout avec cette magnifique installation dans le Bassin: un plongeon acrobatique décomposé en figures successives avec des personnages aériens, faits en scotch, retenus par des fils de nylon. Installation prolongée jusqu’au 15 mai.

 

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