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  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Irrational preference
  • IBran Lin Sculptures – Irrational preference
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Gelding, 197 x 56 x 42 cm – 2013
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Irrational preference
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Irrational preference, 156 x 61 x 184 cm – 2016
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Confession theater – Civilization of the wild
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Confession theater – Civilization of the wild
  • Bran Lin Sculptures
  • Bran Lin Sculptures
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – The seven lambs, 181 x 45 x 56 cm – 2015
  • Bran Lin Sculptures – Limited appearance, 112 x 90 x 146 cm – 2015
  • Bran Lin Sculptures

Bran Lin Sculptures

Bran Lin Sculptures (born 1992 Taipei, Taiwan)

Diplomé de l’université nationale d’Art de Taiwan / Graduated from NTUA (National Taiwan University of Art)

Bran Lin Sculptures - Irrational preference, 156 x 61 x 184 cm - 2016

Bran Lin Sculptures – Irrational preference, 156 x 61 x 184 cm – 2016

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  • Fernando Rosas – “Cómodamente instalada” sculpture
  • Fernando Rosas – “Cómodamente instalada” Sculpture
  • Fernando Rosas – Condenado: el desinterés – Sculpture
  • Fernando Rosas – “Condenado: el desinterés” Sculpture
  • Fernando Rosas – “El rapto de Europa” Scuptor
  • Fernando Rosas – “El rapto de Europa” Scuptor
  • Fernando Rosas – “El rapto de Europa” Scupture
  • Fernando Rosas – Sculpture “Barranco”
  • Fernando Rosas – Sculptor “Herejía”
  • Fernando Rosas – Sculpture “Herejía”
  • Fernando Rosas – Sculpture “Un rebrote”

Fernando Rosas – Sculptures

Fernando Rosas – Sculptures (Argentina)

Fernando Rosas - "El rapto de Europa" Scuptor

Fernando Rosas – “El rapto de Europa” Scuptor

  • Christopher David White – Within Arm’s Reach – sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Ceramic wood Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – All Mine3 – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – All Mine – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – All Mine – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Going Hand In Hand2 – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Tipping Point – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Going Hand In Hand – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick3 – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick – Sculpture
  • Christopher David White – Alas, Poor Yorick – Sculpture

Beautiful ceramics that look like wood

Beautiful ceramics that look like wood of Sculptor Christopher David White (USA)

Christopher David White - Tipping Point - Sculpture

Christopher David White – Tipping Point – Sculpture

Ses sculptures hyper réalistes sont faites d’argile. A partir de moulages ou moulage – il reproduit la texture du bois dans ses moindres détails. Un vrai trompe-l’oeil :
«Je cherche à exposer la beauté qui résulte souvent de la pourriture tandis que, en même temps, je renvoie au spectateur leur propre perception du monde.”

“I seek to expose the beauty that often results from decay while, at the same time, making my viewer question their own perception of the world around them. To accomplish this, I begin by observing instances of decay within my surroundings that I find inspiring due to form, color, or texture. With clay as my medium of choice I then meticulously render by hand those elements, taking advantage of clay’s innate ability to mimic a wide variety of materials. I utilize trompe l’oeil as a stylistic choice to emphasize the concept that our understanding of the world is an illusion. The juxtaposition of natural and man-made features in combination with the skewing of scale, proportion, and material, helps in creating an altered perception – forcing the viewer to look closer.”

  • Pablo Hueso Art Sculpture
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne346-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne346-2016-back
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-342-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – Figura-ne-340-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-339-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-338-2016
  • Pablo Hueso Art‏ – Sculptures
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – Figura-ne-334-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-330-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – figura-ne-319-2016
  • Pablo Hueso – Sculpture – Figura-ne-310-2015
  • 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
  • Pablo Hueso Art Sculpture
  • 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.

The Scarecrow – Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow – Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow - Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow – Jim McKenzie

The Scarecrow” documents the complete step by step process of creating a character starting from a simple sketch in 2014 to a fully developed gallery show piece in 2016 debuting at Jim McKenzie’s “Lost Magic” at Copro Gallery.

  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures
  • Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures

Sayaka Shimogaki Sculptures

 Sayaka Shimogaki Sculptures (Japan)

Sayaka Shimogaki - Sculptures

Sayaka Shimogaki – Sculptures

  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “La meute”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “La meute”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “Pinocchio”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “Pinocchio”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “êtres”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “êtres”

Monica Mariniello Sculptures

Monica Mariniello Sculptures (France)

“Enfant, et même après, je passais de longs après-midis à me promener dans la campagne toscane, souvent sur des sites étrusques. Les traces de roues des chars inscrites dans la pierre des rues d’une ville disparue à jamais, les blocs immenses des murailles extérieures, les tombeaux remplis de silence et de fraicheur, les petits losanges de marbre blanc qui courent le long d’un amphithéâtre à ciel ouvert, tout cela s’est gravé dans ma mémoire, pendant que j’essayais de toutes mes forces – les yeux fermés, accroupie près du sol – de faire revivre le bruit, les couleurs, les voix d’une ville qui avait connue un quotidien, qui avait connue des rêves d’un futur infini, des certitudes d’un lendemain pareil à hier. Je viens de là, mon travail est nourri de ça.”

Monica Mariniello - Sculptures "êtres"

Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “êtres”

  • ART Digio Sculptures – Le cri
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures

ART Digio Sculptures

ART Digio Sculptures alias Eléna Di Giovanni
(aucune info)

ART Digio Sculptures

  • 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)

  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn trans sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn trans sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures5
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers  – sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers  – sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures
  • Patricia Broothaers – Sculptures ceramic

Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures

Patricia Broothaers – androgyn and bashful sculptures..
OSerais-je pour certaines.. parler qu’elles dégagent un “quelquechose” de très trans ?
En tout cas, une émotion pudique et très parlante, un aspect “grimée” très particulier.
(Belgium).

Patricia Broothaers - androgyn trans sculptures

  • Ans Vink – zwemmer / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – zwemmer / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Pulling The Plug / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – De workingclass hero’s / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Torso / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – (B)oops / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)
  • Ans Vink – Sculptures
  • Ans Vink – portrait / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives

Ans Vink – sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink - De workingclass hero's / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

Ans Vink – De workingclass hero’s / sculptures figuratives (Pays-bas)

  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure effloresco 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure Nepethese 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure botanical
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure 2011
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical sculptures
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical No 3
  • Leigh Michelson – sculptures

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson (USA)

Leigh Taylor Mickelson - Lure albiflora

Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora

“My ceramic sculpture explores the different components of self, sexuality and family, and how these components relate and conflict with one another. I use forms from nature, especially ones found in plant life, as a means of expressing these components. Being full of dichotomy, the elements of natural forms act as a metaphor for the spiritual, emotional and physical extremes that exist within our selves, our love relationships and our family units. 

The Lure and Botanical Duet series give homage to one of the most recent inspirations for my work: a plant’s will to pollinate. For me, the private “business” of flowering plants reveals a world that mimics human interaction to a fascinating degree. In addition, the forms found inside plants, once magnified, divulge a beauty that is regrettably unseen by the naked eye. In my work, I aim to capture the essence of these organic forms, reveal their beauty, and hence celebrate nature’s will to attract and therefore produce.”

  • Herakut – Family Member No.5 – spraypaint & charcoal / Street artist
  • Herakut – nobody ever noticed the bunyip 2013 / mixed-media & Street artist
  • Herakut – paintings / Street artist
  • Herakut – paintings – miami /  Street artist
  • Herakut – paintings – miami /  Street artist
  • Herakut – Close Your Hands And Stop The War – sculpture / Street artist
  • Herakut – Close Your Hands And Stop The War – sculpture / Street artist
  • Herakut – When Then Grumpy Pug Turned Into A Chair / Street artist
  • Herakut – chaise peinte  / Street artist
  • Herakut – anim  / Street artist
  • Herakut – paintings / Street artist
  • Herakut – anim / Street artist
  • Herakut – portrait nepal / Street artist
  • Herakut – portrait nepal / Street artist

wow wow wow HERAKUT mixed-media artits

HERAKUT mixed-media artits ; Herakut is a collaboration of the aliases Hera & Akut, two graffiti artists from Frankfurt and Erfurt. They have been working together since 2004.

Herakut - anim / Street artist

Herakut – anim / Street artist

 

  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures – Yellow Rabbit Boy
  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures
  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures
  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures
  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures
  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures – Yellow Rabbit Boy
  • Claire Palfreyman – sculptures – Antler Mask II

Expressive creatures of Claire Palfreyman – Sculptures

Expressive creatures of Claire Palfreyman – Sculptures. Born 1967 (UK)

  • Stephanie Revennaugh – sculpture horse
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – sculpture horse / In progress
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – horses sculpture
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – Beautiful Together – Bronze – Horses Sculptures
  • Stephanie Revennaugh – portrait

Horses sculptures by Stephanie Revennaugh

Horses sculptures by Stephanie Revennaugh, born 1973 – USA

Stephanie Revennaugh - Horses sculptures

Stephanie Revennaugh – Horses sculptures

I model form because it is the most natural way for me to express an idea or feeling. I model the horse because its form has been imprinted into my consciousness through long hours of  interaction, focused observation and drawing.   While I am fascinated with the beauty and elegance of equine design, it is the sensitive spirit of the horse which invites exploration of more abstract deeper meanings.  Striving towards goals and seeking adventure juxtaposed to finding peace and serenity are themes that appear in my work, alongside thoughts on a gregarious social life versus introspective solitude.


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