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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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  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures – Fatality Series – Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood, 110 x 106 x 24 cm, 2015
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures Silicone
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures – Fatality Series | Untitled VII – Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood, 85 x 26 cm, 2015
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures – Fatality Series | Untitled III
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculptures  Untitled XII
  • Bahadır Baruter – Sculpture – Untitled IV Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood, 110 x 106 x 24 cm, 2015
  • Bahadir Baruter – Fatality Series | Untitled VI
  • Bahadır Baruter – Portrait

‘Fatality’ Sculptures of Bahadır Baruter

‘Fatality’ series – Sculptures of Bahadır Baruter / Turkish (1963) caricaturiste et fondateur de “L-manyak”PenguenLombak cartoon magazines. Marié à l’écrivaine Mine Söğüt.

Bahadir Baruter - Fatality Series | Untitled VI

Bahadir Baruter – Fatality Series | Untitled VI

Ses sculptures hyper-realistes en silicone lui prennent des heures, elles requièrent beaucoup d’étapes qui ne sont pas toujours que des succès. Bahadır Baruter les créé d’abord digitalement et les impriment.
Il crée ensuite le moulage de la sculpture – faites en silicone, elles sont peintes en acrylique puis plongées dans un bocal.
Ses sculptures hyper-realistes semblent faire partie d’un cabinet de curiosité, spécimens isolés – plongés dans la solitude de leur formol.

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“This is a kind of silicon, it is not easy to make and use. So, we needed to maket hat material with a crowded team. It takes long hours. The quantity of the material that we throw is much more than that we use for the exhibition. Because we tried a lot of times and we failed. It requires several steps to create a sculpture. At first, I design them at a digital media, then we print them. We take a mould on those printouts. The moulds are covered with plastering, textures are created and after that process we take a mould again and they are painted and put in that liquid places. This is not a processcan be fulfilled with a few people in a few days. A very Professional team worked on that issue for one year. Yes, I imagined, fictionalized but thesesculptures are created by a huge team. Here is the division of labor; there is a moulder dealing with modelling wax, there are other people applying textures, others working on the computer.” (Source EN : Optically addicted)

Matières : Silicon, epoxy, acrylic resin, plexiglas, wood

Mukadderat (Fatality) – Bahadır Baruter from Atakan Avcı on Vimeo.

  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures
  • Yuanxing Liang – Sculptures Chine

Sculptures épiques de Yuanxing Liang

Sculptures épiques de Yuanxing Liangdiplômé de l’Académie des Beaux-Arts du Sichuan (Chine)

Yuanxing Liang - Sculptures

  • Zhu Tian – Babe – Silicone, human air, pigment – 2013
  • Zhu Tian – Babe sculpture – Silicone, human air, pigment
  • Zhu Tian – Babe sculpture – Silicone, human air, pigment1
  • Zhu Tian – Babe sculpture – Silicone, human air, pigment

Zhu Tian – Des chaussures aux poils

Zhu Tian – Des chaussures aux poils intitulées “Babe”, (Chine).
Inutile mais c’est très bien fait.
Sculpture hyper réaliste : Caoutchouc, cheveux humains, pigment 18 x 12 x 8 cm

Zhu Tian (China) – “Babe” – hyper realiste sculpture : Rubber, human air, pigment – 2013

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  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures Lituanie

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures (Lituanie)

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures Lituanie

  • 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”

  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures dolls
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “Stigmata”
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures Dolls (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “réincarnation”
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Sculptures7
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures  (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures
  • Miura Etsuko – Dolls Sculptures

Tormented dolls Miura Etsuko

Tormented dolls Miura Etsuko (Japan)

Miura Etsuko est une artiste japonaise, elle s’est fait connaitre en France grâce à la poupée créée pour l’album de Mylène Farmer “Points de suture”.
Ses dolls sont torturées et au premier abord créent un malaise.

En ce qui me concerne, je crée des poupées. Mais c’est parce que je ne me sens pas stable, je ne me sens pas bien, je ressens un peu de peur si je ne crée pas. Je continue à créer mais c’est au-delà de mon intérêt pour les poupées. Je continue parce que j’ai peur. 
C’est la raison que j’entrevois à ma présence sur cette terre : je suis là pour créer des poupées. Même si mes expositions ou la sortie de mon livre me font perdre des amis et des proches… ” (Voir lien interview exclusif plus bas)

Miura Etsuko - Sculptures "réincarnation"

Miura Etsuko – Sculptures “réincarnation” (photo : lil miss sticky kiss)

 

  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures Uruguay
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures
  • Cecilia Z. Miguez – A Basket Case Sculpture

Sculptor artist Cecilia Z. Miguez

Sculptor artist Cecilia Z. Miguez (Uraguayan)

Cecilia Z. Miguez - Sculptures

Cecilia Z. Miguez – Sculptures

Sculptures are animated figures, dreamily gliding between the worlds of mythology and reality. Miguez utilizes found objects in her cast bronze and carved wood creations and brings into existence fantastic creatures that reawaken our imaginations. (Source : photos)

  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures baby
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures baby
  • Ronit Baranga Expo 2018 NY
  • Ronit Baranga sculpture
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures The grave watchers childhood
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures The grave watchers childhood
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures Breakfast
  • Ronit Baranga – sculptures baby siren
  • Ronit Baranga – The ladies of the Tea Party Sculptures
  • Ronit Baranga – Devil Baby – Sculpture 2016
  • Ronit Baranga – Sculptures #ART #SCULPTURE #HANDS #RONITBARANGA
  • Ronit Baranga – Sculptures #ART #SCULPTURE #HANDS #RONITBARANGA #BARANGA
  • Ronit Baranga “Flying Baby” – Sculpture 2016
  • Ronit Baranga #ART #BARANGA #SCULPTURE #CLAY #HANDSCULPTURE #EXHIBITION
  • Ronit Baranga – ‘The Choir’ sculpture
  • Ronit Baranga Sculptures – Internal Reflection
  • @ronitbaranga’s demon baby sculptures
  • Ronit Baranga – The Choir, 2017. Wall pieces Sculpture
  • Ronit Baranga – My Artemis – Sculpture 2015

Ronit Baranga Clay artist

Ronit Baranga Clay artist, born, lives and creates in Israel. Works displayed in museums and galleries around the world. 

Ronit Baranga - sculptures The grave watchers childhood

Ronit Baranga – sculptures The grave watchers childhood

  • Christian-Pontus Andersson-Leaving Gravity
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – Mother and Father sculpture
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – Mother and Father
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures
  • Christian-Pontus Andersson – The Lambs Lullaby – sculptures
  • Leaving Gravity – Christian-Pontus Andersson
  • Crow – Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculpture detail

Christian-Pontus Andersson sculptor

Christian-Pontus Andersson sculptor, (born 1977) is a Swedish artist, living in Södermalm, Stockholm is known for his outstanding sculptural work and his creation of a new dynamic perspectives on sculpture as an artistic medium.

Christian-Pontus Andersson - sculptures

Christian-Pontus Andersson – sculptures

The artist was born in 1977 and graduated from the ceramics and glass department of Konstfack. He has exhibited at the National museum in Stockholm and has participated in group exhibitions in Tokyo, München and Milan.

The work of Christian Pontus Andersson balances between kitch and stringent form, creating a contrast between the extravagant homoerotic appearances of the figures and the fragile material of which they are made.

  • Yui Ishibashi – KEMONO – H 59 × W 42 ×D 38 cm – sculpture
  • Yui Ishibashi – KEMONO – H 59 × W 42 ×D 38 cm – sculpture
  • Yui Sculpture – MARI – stone powder cray. Steel wire
  • Yui Sculpture – MARI – stone powder cray. Steel wire
  • Yui Ishibashi – The tree – 70×51×50cm – steel wire,resin clay -2011
  • Ishibashi Yui – 10 billion years’s Dream – Sculptures
  • Yui Ishibashi – sculpture 38x30x25
  • Yui Ishibashi – Nicola
  • 呼び声 – Ishibashi Yui – sculpture
  • Yui Ishibashi – End of tears 117 x 100 x 100 – sculpture
  • Yui Ishibashi – sculpture nature – Japon
  • Yui Ishibashi – calling – sculpture
  • Ishibashi Yui – sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures
  • Ishibashi Yui sculpture
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sculptures détails
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sleep sculpture
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sleep sculpture / 2014
  • Ishibashi Yui – Sleep sculpture / 2014
  • Ishibashi Yui – Artiste sculpteur Japon
  • Ishibashi Yui – portrait – Artiste sculpteur

Human nature sculptures by Yui Ishibashi

Human nature sculptures by Yui Ishibashi, sculptor, Japan :

  • 1985  Born in Okayama
  • 2010  Department of Painting, Oil Painting Course of Tama Art University, Tokyo
Ishibashi Yui - 10 billion years’s Dream - Sculptures

Ishibashi Yui – 10 billion years’s Dream – Sculptures

EXHIBITION : 10 (wed) – 21 (sun). Sep.2014
12:00pm – 7:00pm(5pm on the last day) at the Shonandai MY Gallery, TOKYO

  • 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)

  • Juz Kitson – The Desired Desires the Desire of the Other / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Changing Skin / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Untitled Heart / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures fleurs
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – sculpture contemporaine detail / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – porcelain heart / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson -Changing Skin (detail) 2013, Southern Ice porcelain / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Make Sacred the Profane / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Growth of the Exotic / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Changing Skin / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Changing Skin / Organic sculptures
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculpture
  • Juz Kitson – Sculptures
  • Juz Kitson -Working in a range of media including ceramics / Organic sculptures

Organic Sculptures Juz Kitson

Organic Sculptures Juz Kitson (Australia)

Juz Kitson - Sculptures

Juz Kitson – Sculptures

Juz Kitson, jeune céramiste de la côte centrale de Sydney, utilise sa fascination pour les formes organiques pour créer des sculptures d’une beauté troublante. Inspiré de l’artiste Kiki Smith.
Elle utilise le latex, le plâtre et la porcelaine pour créer un affrontement troublant entre le beau et le grotesque. Combiné avec d’autres matériaux tels que le crin de cheval, laine, os et peau de serpent, chaque œuvre fait allusion au naturel, mais frole l’étranger.

  • Ruth Collett – hyperealiste trophee sculpture
  • Ruth Collett – hyperealiste trophee sculpture
  • Ruth Collett – hyperealiste trophee sculpture

Hyper realiste trophée sculptures

Hyper realiste trophée sculptures – Ruth Collett was born in Knutsford, Cheshire and moved to London to study at Wimbledon School of Art where she received a BA (Hons) in Technical Arts. She now lives in Hampshire where she can usually be found in her second home – the shed! It is here that she creates her fabulous sculptures and between projects also inserts hair for the world-famous Madam Tussauds.
Ruth is very much inspired by great artists such as Ron Mueck and Franz Messserschmidt and this led her to creating her humorous character heads where expression has an important role. She is very much looking forward to extending this unusual family tree !

Ruth Collett - hyperealiste trophee sculpture

Ruth Collett – hyperealiste trophee sculpture

  • Kirsten Stingle – sculptures figuratives
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures –
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures – Reaching
  • Ceramic : mixed media sculpture by Kirsten Stingle
  • Ceramic : mixed media sculpture by Kirsten Stingle
  • Ceramic : mixed media sculpture by Kirsten Stingle
  • Ceramic : mixed media sculpture by Kirsten Stingle
  • Ceramic : mixed media sculpture by Kirsten Stingle
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures “The Air We Breathe”
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures –
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures – Harnessing Her Universe
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures – My Own Limitations
  • Kirsten Stingle- sculptures mixed art
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures – Porcelain Stoneware 25 x 7 x 6
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures – Bless The Little Beasts
  • Kirsten Stingle – mixed art
  • Kirsten Stingle Studio – sculptures
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle Studio – Sculptures
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures – new serie Bestioles 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures – new serie Bestioles 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014
  • Kirsten Stingle Studio – sculpture
  • Kirsten Stingle – Sculptures
  • Kirsten Stingle, ACC Baltimore – portrait 2011

Fragiles sculptures de Kirsten Stingle

Fragiles sculptures de Kirsten Stingle. (Atlanta)

Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014

Kirsten Stingle sculptures 2014

“While all my figures are hand built porcelain, a strong element of my storytelling is the vintage found object. I come from a long line of pack-rats. My ancestors were farmers and nothing was thrown away that could be repurposed. As a child I would spend hours digging through my dad’s “treasures” and reinventing them into something new. It is not surprising that these elements became another narrative piece of my work.”


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