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  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Cri du coeur 2016
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Cri du coeur 2016
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  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Réchauffement climatique – polymer-Laque-Aérographe-epoxy
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Réchauffement climatique – polymer-Laque-Aérographe-epoxy1
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Mea Culpa – Polymer-laque-Aérographe
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Le temps de réflexion 2014 – Assemblage-verre-graines
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – L’air du temps 2014
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – L’air du temps 2014
  • Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer
  • Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – PORTRAIT

Nel-14512 sculptures

Nel-14512 sculptures – (née à Etterbeek en 1986) Depuis 2003 sa vie se déroule dans la cité ardente (Liège).

Nel-14512 sculpture - Complexe commercial 2014 - Plâtre-Polymer

Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer

“Elle cultive un style figuratif, mais est profondément attachée au surréalisme dont elle est la porte parole depuis plusieurs années déjà. 
Le choc visuel produit par la juxtaposition d’images ou d’objets incongrus, agencés dans une production signifiante, sont l’un des fondement de la poétique surréaliste et la base de ses recherches.
Elle cherche une expression philosophique qui bouscule les idées figées donnant naissance à une logique engendrée de l’illogique.”

  • Pablo Hueso Art Sculpture
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne346-2016
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  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-342-2016
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  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-338-2016
  • Pablo Hueso Art‏ – Sculptures
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  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ma344-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ma-345-2016
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  • Pablo Hueso Art Sculpture
  • Pablo Hueso Art Sculpture
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Pablo Hueso – Sculptures figuratives

Pablo Hueso – Sculptures figuratives (Espagne)

Pablo Hueso - Sculpture - figura-ne-342-2016

Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-342-2016

>> I LOVE your sculpture Pablo !!!

“La représentation de la figure humaine est une constante dans mon travail de conception, l’être humain est une source d’inspiration, devenant le protagoniste absolu et presque unique de la transmission des émotions à travers le langage du corps et de l’effort pour établir une communication sensorielle par l’expressivité d’un corps”

La representación de la figura humana ha sido así una constante en mis trabajos de diseño, y el ser humano, siempre una inagotable fuente de inspiración, convirtiéndose en protagonista absoluto y casi único, tanto de mi obra gráfica como de mi escultura, en un continuo estudio y reflexión sobre la anatomía, la transmisión de emociones mediante la gestualidad y el esfuerzo por establecer una comunicación sensorial a través de la expresividad de un cuerpo.

  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – White Girl
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – The White Rabbit
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Swinger
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Do it
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Cocaine Cowboy
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Albert
  • Chris Riccardo – B&E – 32 H x 16 W x 12 in – Sculpture
  • Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – portrait

Chris Riccardo Figurative sculpture

Chris Riccardo Figurative sculpture (USA)

Chris Riccardo - Sculpture - Cocaine Cowboy

Chris Riccardo – Sculpture – Cocaine Cowboy

“My sculptures are a direct physical manifestation of my inner thoughts and moral struggles. They are frozen moments in time ripped from the on going struggle that takes place in my mind. The battle between good and evil, right and wrong and quite honestly a multitude of both morally and ethically questionable thoughts.

My head is swimming with insecurities and feelings that sometimes make it an uncomfortable place to be. I want my viewers to share in this discomfort, to really feel what it is like to spend a minute in my mind. If one walks away from my work and feels somewhat violated, excited, intrigued, and maybe even a little happier, than they truly know who I am, and I have succeeded.

My process begins with a thought, a vision, a look, a trigger that draws me to the clay. Gone are the days of exhaustive preliminary sketches and maquettes, I simply visualize how I want the clay to look and begin to throw it into a solid mass. Slowly and painstakingly I begin to build and tear at the surface, gradually making aesthetic changes as I see fit.”

Studio Vérité: Chris Riccardo from Jacques de Beaufort on Vimeo.

  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre
  • Sculptures – Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy

Le charmant bestiaire de Sophie Favre

Le charmant bestiaire de Sophie Favre (France), née en 1950 d’une mère céramiste et d’un père peintre et dessinateur.

Sculptures - Bestiaire Sophie Favre ©Photo : M Le Roy

“Après des études aux Beaux Arts de Paris, Sophie Favre apprend à travailler la terre avec sa mère et se passionne très vite pour cette matière qui lui permet d’imaginer et de donner corps à des personnages ou à des animaux, d’abord au tour comme les céramistes, puis par modelage. Chargées de sentiments subtils, les « créatures » de Sophie Favre ont le don de susciter l’identification par de menus détails. S’il ne s’agit pas de caricatures, elles semblent pourtant revendiquer leur caractère comique et maladroit, et c’est ce qui les rend furieusement attachantes.
Aujourd’hui, l’œuvre de Sophie Favre est reconnue internationalement, elle figure dans les grandes collections et la revue « Miroir de l’Art » a élu l’artiste parmi les « Révélations de l’année 2012 ». (Source texte : ALQUIER100)

  • George Lafayette – Drummer / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Drummer / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Main course – Mixed media sculpture
  • George Lafayette – the bull / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Spirit guide / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Seeker Bronze / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette  / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – sculpture- Lady with a destiny – ceramic / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – I love you sculpture / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Horns / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Dream time / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Dream time back / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – figurative bronze
  • George Lafayette – portrait artist / Figuratives sculptures

Beautiful figuratives sculptures of George Lafayette

Beautiful figuratives sculptures of George Lafayette. (USA)

George Lafayette - RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures

George Lafayette – RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures

“Inspirations for my sculptures come from my inner feelings about life, rebirth, and spiritual mysticism.  They are the reflections and interpretation of my life experiences.  Some of the shows I have exhibited at are:  Sausalito Art Fair, Beverly Hills-Affairs in the Garden, Golden Sculpture Association, La Quinta Art Festival, Malibu Art Show, Cherry Creek Art Festival, and Scottsdale Art Festival.  I have been awarded first place in figurative sculpture in GSA and Affairs in the Garden.  I have been commisssioned to do private work for some of my clients.”

  • Anna Gillespie – Storm Bronze / 2013
  • Anna Gillespie – What Now – Bronze Sculptures
  • Anna Gillespie – To the Limit II / Sculptures Bronze
  • Anna Gillespie – Sculptures
  • Anna Gillespie – Icarus – Bronze 2007
  • Anna Gillespie – Sculptures atelier
  • Anna Gillespie – Sculptures
  • Anna Gillespie – Let Heaven Go – Sculptures Bronze
  • Anna Gillespie – Recycled wood chips – Mixed media
  • Anna Gillespie – Sculptures
  • Anna Gillespie – Held – Installation at Burghley House Sculpture Garden
  • Anna Gillespie – EUPHORIA – Bronze 2013
  • Anna Gillespie – Sculptures atelier
  • Anna Gillespie – Sculptures

Mixed media Sculptures of Anna Gillespie

Mixed media Sculptures of Anna Gillespie (England) – Bristol based artist producing drawings and representational figurative sculpture using contemporary disposable materials and bronze.

Anna Gillespie - Sculptures

Anna Gillespie – Sculptures

The sculpture shows the time of gathering but also a gathering up of transience, as if by embracing time you might stop its perpetual motion. And in bronze it is caught forever.
In such work the distinction between the human and the natural world is blurred, reminding me of Ovid’s ‘Metamorphoses,’ in which people are transformed into trees, birds, and flowers. In all the tales the transformation is an act of mercy – so the self-obsessed, lovelorn youth Narcissus becomes a flower instead of suffering death, and the devoted old couple Baucis and Philemon are changed into trees at the same time. There is real compassion in Gillespie’s work too, and she would understand that process of becoming, for in those sculptures which do not make use of the twigs and seeds which became a characteristic so beloved of her admirers, there is still a struggle to break free of what was and become something else. So a white figure is imprisoned within a stone wall, and people wrapped in duct or masking tape are infused with extraordinary energy and given the gift of flight.
This is the work of an artist at the height of her powers, who is involved in an endless process of change herself – a serious, passionate quest for synthesis.
Bel Mooney


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