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  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – Giraffe
  • Magic Wire mesh sculptures by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Pauline Ohrel Sculptor – wire sculptures
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Pauline Ohrel Sculptor – wire sculptures
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – portrait
  • sculptures fil de fer by Pauline Ohrel – le veilleur bienveillant du Luberon- 3,3m grillage
  • le veilleur bienveillant du Luberon- 3,3m grillage – Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – buste
  • fil de fer sculptures Poulain by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculptures by Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel- expo
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – personnage
  • sculptures fil de fer by Pauline Ohrel – expo
  • Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – portrait
  • Sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – portrait

Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel

Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel / Sculptures en fil de fer et sculptures figuratives (FR)

Mon travail du grillage est celui de la suggestion, de l’aperçu, lorsqu’il s’accroche en bas relief ombré, ou celui des tensions et mouvements lorsqu’il se renforce de fils d’acier. 
Toujours vers une plus grande fragilité… apparente.

Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel

Il paraît que c’est interdit, mais apparemment c’est efficace et terriblement jouissif…

Il paraît que c’est interdit, mais apparemment c’est efficace et terriblement jouissif…
Comment embêter les chasseurs dans la forêt…

  • saone de stalh – sculpture – brann 2014
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval atelier
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval atelier
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval resine
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval resine
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval resine conception
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval atelier structure
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval resine conception
  • saone de stalh – sculpture monumental – cheval brann – 2014
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – cheval resine
  • saone de stalh – sculpture – Portrait

Horses sculptures of Saone de Stalh

Horses sculptures of Saone de Stalh. (FR) née en 1984.

Sculpteur-plasticienne, elle se consacre entièrement à un projet : la réalisation de sculptures équestres monumentales.
Les sculptures de cette jeune artiste trouvent leurs racines dans les hantises secrètes où prennent vie les mouvements naturels à l’animal. La langue de la matière se lit surtout à travers la structure de l’œuvre : dans les mains de Saône de Stalh le corps du cheval respire, instinct et imaginaire se rejoignent pour inventer un surcroit de présence. C’est précisément la combinaison de l’aspect de témoignage et l’amour des formes puissantes qui est alternée dans cette recherche abrupte, consciente, qui interroge l’homme sur son animalité. Au cours de ce cérémonial de création en clair-obscur, l’artiste permet à la ligne de dégager son incroyable force.
Une sculpture nécessite addition de plusieurs techniques. Au commencement, il y a le bois qui forme grossièrement la structure de l’animal. Les membres sont ensuite formés grâce à des moules en résine réalisés grâce à une première sculpture. Après le bois et la résine vient le papier qui donne une forme plus réaliste à la sculpture mais c’est ensuite l’application de plusieurs couches de résine qui donnera la forme finale au cheval. Pour niveler l’ensemble, plusieurs heures de ponçage sont ensuite nécessaires. La peinture donne alors la touche finale à l’ensemble.

Saône Stahl is a French artist born in 1984 Sculptor-visual artist, she devoted herself fully to a project: achieving monumental equestrian sculptures. The sculptures of this young artist are rooted in secret obsessions that come to life the natural movements of the animal. The language of the material reads mainly through the structure of the work: in the hands of Saône de Stalh, the horse’s body breathing: instinct and imagination come together to invent extra presence. It is precisely the combination of appearance and testimony of the love of powerful forms that alternates in this abrupt research, conscious, interviewing the man on his animal. During this ceremony on “light and dark”, the artist allows the line to clear his incredible strength.
A sculpture requires addition of several techniques. In the beginning, there was wood that roughly forms the structure of the animal. Members are then trained through resin molds made through a first sculpture. After wood and resin comes the paper gives a more realistic shape to the sculpture but then the application of several layers of resin that will give the final shape to the horse. To level the set, several hours sanding are then needed. The painting then gives the final touch to the whole.

Expo HIP Galerie à Paris du 20 au 28 novembre 2014 avec l’association ArAnima.

  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels et photographies – Ourasi
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels cheval in progress
  • Marion Tubiana – Huile sur toile – Cheval
  • Tubiana Marion – Magnifiques Pastels cheval
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels et photographies / pastel equin in progress
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels et photographies – in progress
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels et photographies – Hickstead
  • Marion Tubiana – oil painting – Peinture à l’huile 50 x 70 cm
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastel
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels et photographies – dessin jument
  • Marion Tubiana – Horse Pastels
  • Marion Tubiana – Horse Pastels frison
  • Marion Tubiana – Pastels horse
  • Tubiana Marion – Pastels et photographies – portrait

Magnifiques pastels de Marion Tubiana

Magnifiques pastels de Marion Tubiana (FR)
et aussi Peinture à l’huile et photographies.

Marion Tubiana - oil painting - Peinture à l'huile 50 x 70 cm

Marion Tubiana – oil painting – Peinture à l’huile 50 x 70 cm

Pastels et huiles sur toile, reproductions animalieres et équines,
peintures et photographie (studio photos itinerant).

  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition1
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flesh & Bone Exhibition
  • Rebekah Bogard – Earthenware-oil-paint-underglaze-glaze
  • Rebekah Bogard – Sculptures
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Heaven – Sculptures exhibition AMOCA
  • Rebekah Bogard – Flowers sculptures
  • Rebekah Bogard – portrait / Sculpture of Clayton Keyes

Enchanted world of Rebekah Bogard sculptures

Enchanted world of Rebekah Bogard sculptures. (USA)

Rebekah Bogard started drawing animals when she was growing up in Wyoming, and she never stopped, not even as a grad student at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas.

Rebekah Bogard - Sculptures

Rebekah Bogard – Sculptures

“I enjoy utilizing animals because they are beautiful and mysterious creatures, vulnerable to relations with humans. This susceptibility gives them a sense of benevolence that is often lacking in human associations….Some pieces look cute, sweet and innocent, but upon closer inspection, one realizes that the piece is conceptually more complicated. They may be read simultaneously as happy-go-lucky as well as melancholic and out of place. I blend the beautiful with the sad, fantasy with reality, idealism with truth as well as the sexual with the innocent.”

  • Adonna Khare Artist – wolfes
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Chimps
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque Sleeping-Chimp
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresques Murales
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque lions
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque Murale ours
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque éléphants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist
  • Adonna portrait – fresques murales

Fresques murales de Adonna Khare

Fresques murales de Adonna Khare, Southern California Based Artist. !!!

Tree of Life poster

Tree of Life poster !

The lives of animals revolve around their living space, the rainforest. And since animals are not able to speak for themselves, the destruction of their habitat leaves them suffering in silence. 
This unique poster aims to highlight the responsibility we have in letting animal species thrive in their natural environment—we have a choice whether or not to preserve nature and let it grow. Specially designed to assert this crucial message, it forms the basis of social attitudes towards Mother Nature for the many people out there who want to make a difference in our world.

tree of life_Poster print

tree of life_Poster print

 

  • Jane Alexander Artist – Infantry sculptures
  • Jane Alexander – “The butcher boys” sculptures
  • Jane Alexander – Sculptures déshumanisées
  • Jane Alexander – Sculptures 1998-2002, série Bom Boys
  • Jane Alexander – Sculptures Bucher Boys  (1985-1986)
  • Jane Alexander Artist – Sculptures
  • Jane Alexander – Sculptures afrique du sud
  • Jane Alexander – Sculptures – Infantry
  • Jane Alexander – Sculptures – The Rainbow Nation

Humanimal – Sculptures and installations Jane Alexander

Humanimal – Sculptures and installations Jane Alexander. Born 1959 – South africa.

Jane Alexander Artist - Sculptures

Jane Alexander Artist – Sculptures

“L’univers plastique de Jane Alexander est mélancolique, désabusé. La figure pleinement humaine y est quasiment absente, laissant place à des créatures bestiales. Des monstres créés et façonnés par l’homme. Enfermé chacun dans une perspective de plus en plus égocentrique, notre isolement fait ressortir le pire. Obnubilés par nos besoins irrationnels de protection et de sécurité face à l’Autre, nous avons développé des stratégies de remparts de plus en plus honteuses, sans jamais avoir appris la leçon de l’Histoire.”

  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabres sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Sculptures
  • Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures
  • olivier de sagazan – peinture

Macabre sculptures Olivier de Sagazan

Macabre sculptures Olivier de Sagazan. Born 1959. (FR)

Olivier de Sagazan - Macabre sculptures

Olivier de Sagazan – Macabre sculptures

For more than 20 years, Olivier de Sagazan has developed a hybrid practice that integrates painting, photography, sculpture, and performance. In his existential performative series Transfiguration, which he began in 2001, de Sagazan builds layers of clay and paint onto his own face and body to transform, disfigure and take apart his own figure, revealing an animalistic human who is seeking to break away from the physical world. At once disquieting and deeply moving, this new body of work collapses the boundaries between the physical, intellectual, spiritual and animalistic senses. The artist states: “I am interested in seeing to what degree people think its normal, or even trite, to be alive.” Olivier de Sagazan has exhibited widely in France and Europe,Canada, Brésil Corée in art galleries, museums, and film festivals. With an almost cult following online, and rave reviews about his expressive and inimitable style, it is no wonder de Sagazan’s remarkable “body art” work is featured in the non-verbal film Samsara, the Sequel to Baraka, directed by Ron Fricke.

  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Wild dog pup sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Rhino baby sculpture
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Glazing the Hyena sculpture
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Wild dog sculpture WIP
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Wild dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Polar bear sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Huddle of wild dog pups
  • Nick Mackman – Wild dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Huddle of painted dog pups
  • Nick Mackman – chien – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – African painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Aardvark sculpture
  • Nick Mackman Animal Sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – portrait

Animal sculptures by Nick Mackman

Animal sculptures by Nick Mackman. (UK) / Drawing on her experience as a rhino keeper and on safari, she aims to get under the skin of the animal and then recreate it, giving each one its own personality. Her pieces are Raku fired, argile or papier maché used.

Nick Mackman - Painted dog sculpture

Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture

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  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture – Spirit Deer
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Deer Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Humanimal sculptures
  • Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog – Humanimals

Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculpture

Colin and Kristine Poole – Sculptures figuratives & peintures (USA)

Colin and Kristine Poole - Hot Diggety Dog

Colin and Kristine Poole – Hot Diggety Dog

Demonstration of creating a life-sized, coil-built ceramic figurative sculpture

Prince Fluffy Kareem help horses – donkeys and camels in Egypt

Prince Fluffy Kareem help horses – donkeys and camels in Egypt –

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Ca fait un moment que je suis leur page sur Facebook et ils font un travail formidable, un exemple parmis d’autres – comme pour cette jument arrivée dans un état pitoyable dans leur asso (voir photo ci-dessous).
Elle n’était pas vouée de par son état à être maman… car souffrant de calcification dans ses pattes avant et d’atrophie musculaire du fait d’avoir été gravement émaciée.

Pour la “Fête des Mères” fêtée aujourd’hui dans certains pays, ils ont reposté la video de la naisssance de son poulain ! Une vraie émotion (dont j’ai pompé la video, j’espere qu’ils ne m’en voudont pas ! :)
Je copie-colle de même leur texte ci-dessous (en anglais) de l’époque où ils l’ont accueilli, expliquant la situation.

Prince Fluffy Kareem help horses, donkeys and camels

Prince Fluffy Kareem help horses, donkeys and camels

I hear it’s mother’s day today, so thought it would be fitting to re-share this video of Mama Na3na3 giving birth! For those new to the page: Na3na3 became pregnant by accident after the landlord’s stable workers (who were responsible for cleaning our stables at the time) managed to put her in the menage with a stallion. We had no idea she was pregnant until we suddenly discovered her teats were enlarged. We got the vet to come and do ultrasound, and he told us she was 5 months pregnant. After lots of tears and swearing and consultations with several vets abroad, we were told that no, it’s too late to abort the foal, but also assured that being pregnant and giving birth would not affect Na3na3’s health – she has calcification in the fetlocks in her front legs and muscle atrophy from having been severely emaciated when we bought her. 

When her teats started dripping milk, we realized the vet had been mistaken, and she was actually two months further along than originally assumed. After many days and nights on constant foal watch she gave birth just the night we weren’t intending to stay awake. We were accidentally on the land at night because of a sick foster horse that we were giving IV fluids, and just as we finished up and closed the lights, Na3na3’s water broke. Her foal was called Tayyar (which translates roughly to “someone who flies”), and after he was born I had post-natal depression for weeks. I hadn’t wanted a foal, and I felt overwhelmed with guilt and responsibility for a new life. I didn’t touch him and didn’t cuddle him. However, he grew on me slowly by being the kindest and gentlest foal ever. All the others are really cheeky, but Tayyar is the perfect gentleman and only wants to be brushed or cuddled. Before he was born, people were telling me Na3na3 would be happy to be a mum, and I thought “what a load of sentimental crap – that’s just instincts”. But I have to say, I really do believe she is enjoying motherhood. She is a people’s horse, and doesn’t like any other horses so she was always a bit lonely. She loves all the extra attention that comes with having a foal, loves to be with her son, and she has even taken on our two rescue foals Weeble and Blossom – they are the only ones allowed to eat with her. She looks like she has triplets when they are all going around in a herd  So happy, happy Mother’s Day to all of you two-legged and four-legged mothers!

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“HOW CAN I HELP?”

Every day we receive messages from people all over the world asking “How can I help?” , for which we are endlessly grateful. Our basic monthly expenses for wages for Sherif and the stableworkers, stable rent, feed and medications are currently approximately $2500, this is in addition to the new land rent of $1500 a month and the medication for the horses that attend the PFK clinics. We rely mostly on donations and would never be able to do what we do without our amazing supporters.

Contributions can be sent via Paypal to princefluffykareem@hotmail.co.uk (Preferred currency is GBP but this PayPal account will accept all currencies)

Bank transfers:

NB: If you are making a donation or setting up a regular payment to any of these following accounts please could you reference the payment with PFK (and then your name so that we will see who the payment is from)

UK Residents can use the (PFK) account of Emma Thompson: Natwest Sortcode 524142 Account Number 48150428

Australians can use the (PFK) account of S. Foley PFK Fundraising: IMB bank BSB 641 800 Account number 200677481

NB: It is possible to make an international transfer to the UK account IBAN: GB86NWBK52414248150428, BIC: NWBKGB2L but please check with your bank as sometimes international bank transfers can incur heavy fees!

We get many messages from followers who would like to send us used tack. Due to the very unreliable Egyptian postal system as well as customs wanting taxes and bribes, it is not possible to post items directly to us in Egypt. To ensure delivery all items must be couriered in by someone visiting Cairo, usually Marte from Norway or Emma from England. Due to limited luggage allowance we prioritise wound treatment products, wormers, fluffy nosebands and girth covers. If you would like to send something, please send us a message to get the address.

Other things you can do to help:

– Spread the word! Share our Facebook page and our website. The more awareness for the cause, the better.

– Hold a fundraiser for Team Kareem! Many of our supporters have held cake stalls, auctioned off used tack or their own drawings and paintings, and one eager fluffeteer even held a Breakfast Barbeque Fundraiser in his office!

Thank you to everyone for joining, for reading, for commenting, for sharing the page, for fundraising, for donating, we could never have done this without you!

  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures – The Goat Cart / 2013
  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures
  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures / horse
  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures
  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures
  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures – Unice / 2013
  • Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures – astro detail
  • Monica Cook – Peinture
  • Monica Cook – Peinture 2011

Glauques sculptures mixed media art of Monica Cook

Glauques sculptures mixed media art of Monica Cook. (Etats-Unis)

Monica Cook - mixed media sculptures

Monica Cook – mixed media sculptures

 

Oui, je crois qu’il est temps de créer un style artistique,
du genre “The Awful Art” dédié aux gens (qui comme moi),
ne comprennent rien à l’Art contemporain.

  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – guardan angel – art dolls sculpture
  • Rita Ona Danieliene – Art dolls – portrait

Art Dolls sculptures ::: Rita Ona Danieliene

Art Dolls sculptures ::: Rita Ona Danieliene (Lituanie)

Rita Ona Danieliene - Sculptures Art dolls creation

Rita Ona Danieliene – Sculptures Art dolls creation

  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion face – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – the Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion back – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion back – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Portrait with Lion
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures Tiger
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures Tiger
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures lynx

LION – Steampunk Sculptures de Selçuk Yılmaz

LION – Steampunk Sculptures de Selçuk Yılmaz. (Turquie)

Selçuk Yılmaz - Portrait with Lion

Selçuk Yılmaz – Portrait with Lion

Créé avec 4000 pieces de métal, ce magnifique Lion est de l’artiste turc Selçuk Yılmaz. Un an de travail dans la coupe manuelle et le martelage de chaque pièce métallique individuelle. Le travail final pèse environ 250 kg.

  • Découvrez son travail sur Behance.

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Created from nearly 4,000 pieces of metal scraps, Aslan (Turkish for Lion), is a recent sculpture by Istanbul-based artist Selçuk Yılmaz. The piece took nearly a year of work and involved hand-cutting and hammering of each individual metal piece. The final work weighs roughly 550 pounds (250kg). 


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