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  • 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.”

  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – “Marqué” Mixed media – h. 55 cm
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – “Indoor Secret” 2014 – Mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculpture
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures Mixed Media Art
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • “Getting out the Pitt” – mixed media sculpture, Stroff Denis
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – portrait artiste

Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculptures

Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculptures (Belgique)
Sculptures, technique mixte : Bois, papier, papier mâché, acrylique, coton, lin, ficelle.

Poétiques, macabres et dérangeantes, les sculptures de Stroff, artiste autodidacte.

Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media

(voir aussi les sculptures mixed-media de Sabrina Gruss)

  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Naissance des Drakkars2 – Greffe de cerisier – pigments
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Sola Rosa – Racine de filaire – Pigments
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Archipel – Loupe de robinier
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Bal des Oiseaux – Racine de pistachier
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Kind of Blue – Cornouiller – pigments
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Eight Dreams – Loupe d’arbousier
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture the seed – Loupe d’Acacia
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture La graine – Loupe d’Acacia
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Pavillon de la mer – Micocoulier
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Pollens – Micocoulier
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Sirocco – Loupe d’acacia
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture The elegance of Pelagie – Pistachier
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Tous Ensemble – Loupe d’erable
  • Alain Mailland – Sculpture Vent d’Automne – Nerprun

Sculptures végétales de Alain Mailland

Sculptures poétiques et végétales de Alain Mailland (fr) /
Poetic and vegetale sculptures Alain Mailland

Alain Mailland - Sculpture La graine - Loupe d'Acacia

Alain Mailland – Sculpture La graine – Loupe d’Acacia

“Les sculptures que vous pourrez découvrir dans ce site sont pour moi, une façon de célébrer la vie et les merveilles secrètes des loupes et racines du midi.
Tourneur spécialisé dans le creusage du bois vert,  je tourne des pièces fines aux formes végétales ou marines.
Je sculpte ensuite ces ébauches pour obtenir des créatures hybrides, végétales, animales ou cosmiques…”

  • John Morris – Sculptures – Metromorphosis
  • John Morris – sculptures Autralia
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Metamorphosis
  • John Morris – Sculptures – High Wire
  • John Morris – Sculptures – High Tide
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Uber Girl
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Retail Therapy
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Aviatrix
  • John Morris – Butterfly Effect – sculptures Wood 42 x 10 cm x 48 cm
  • John Morris – Sculptures
  • John Morris – sculptures Autralia
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Skinny Jeans
  • John Morris Sculptures
  • John Morris Sculptures
  • John Morris Sculptures
  • John Morris Sculptures – Cat
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Solo
  • John Morris – Sculptures – The Deep End
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Retail Therapy
  • John Morris – Sculptures
  • John Morris – Sculptures – Open Hearted
  • John Morris – sculptures Autralia

John Morris Sculptures

John Morris Sculptures – (Australia) /

John Morris – Sculptures - Uber Girl

John Morris – Sculptures – Uber Girl

The works of John Morris spring from exhaustive sketching and illustration, drawing on intensive research. Subjects include skeletal bone, muscular structure and the imagery of fashion photography.

Often, prosthetic limbs and super-accentuated body part proportions tie the pieces together, bringing to mind the surreal imagery of anime and the comic strip depictions of superheroes and heroines. He skilfully uses leather, brass, and stainless steel to provide stark contrasts with the warm texture of the wood.

  • 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.

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  • Becky Grismer – sculpture Host
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture roots

Becky Grismer Art

Becky Grismer Art – sculptures, watercolor & acrylics (USA)

Becky Grismer - sculpture New Skin

Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin

Sculptures New Skin is part of a series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. New Skin III represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans naturally exfoliating their skin. The sculpture is made entirely from birch and hickory shag bark. Both are trees that naturally shed their bark or “skin”.

 

  • Christian Zucconi – Stone sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – Stone sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – Stone sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – Wood sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – Testa – Stone sculptures
  • christian zucconi – sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures CORPO VI (2015)
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures CORPO VII : MATER DOLOROSA (2015)
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures CORPO VII : MATER DOLOROSA (2015)
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures buste
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures details
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures – Vecchio Ospedale
  • Christian Zucconi – sculptures – Vecchio Ospedale
  • christian zucconi – leviathan sculpture  (Italy)
  • “Doll” ©Christian Zucconi sculpture
  • Christian Zucconi – Sculpture OEDIPUS – Stone, iron, lead and resin , cm 81 x 136 x 147.
  • Christian Zucconi sculptures – Testa III (2014). Stone, iron and wax, cm 30 x 20,5 x 41
  • Christian Zucconi sculptures – Corpo III (2014)
  • Christian Zucconi – Innocente (2017) Stone and iron, cm 66 x 21 x 16
  • Christian Zucconi – Cherubini / Sculptures (Italy)
  • Christian Zucconi – Cherubini / Sculptures (Italy)
  • Sculptor Christian Zucconi portrait

Stone Sculptures ::: Christian Zucconi

Stone Sculptures ::: Christian Zucconi – Italy . (stone called “persian travertine”). Puissantes et magnifiques…

Christian Zucconi - sculptures

Christian Zucconi – sculptures

  • Jephan de Villiers – Sculptures
  • Jephan de villiers – Au travers du temps / Sculptures
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures – Le visiteur / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Sculptures – L’humanite / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Nomade du silence  / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – Nomade du silence / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • jephan de villiers – L’ange et l’ours / Sculptures matieres naturelles
  • Jephan de villiers – Le chapeau rouge / Sculptures matieres naturelles

Jephan de Villiers – par “Nature” sculpteur

Jephan de Villiers – par “Nature” sculpteur, born 1940.
Il apprend, seul, la sculpture en observant la nature – récoltant bois, feuilles, graines, terre ou boue. Inspiré des oeuvres de Giacometti, Brancusi et de Zadkine. Son univers est poétique et empreint de nature humaine. Des êtres fragiles en bois ou en terre, des « natures mortes » qui ont beaucoup à raconter sur l’état du monde.

Alone, he learns sculpture by observing nature – collecting wood, leaves, seeds, soil or mud. Inspired by the works of Giacometti, Brancusi and Zadkine. His poetic universe is full of human nature. The fragil wooden or land, “still lifes” who have much to say about the state of  world.

  • Matthias Verginer – burn out / wood sculptures
  • Matthias Verginer – the captain / wood sculptures
  • Matthias Verginer – My favorite Pet / wood sculptures
  • Matthias Verginer – Tomato tan / wood sculptures – Ironic
  • Matthias Verginer – free as a bird / wood sculptures
  • Matthias Verginer – corypantha / wood sculptures

Wood figuratif sculptures of Matthias Verginer

Wood figuratif sculptures of Matthias Verginer. Lives and works in Ortisei (BZ), Northern Italy.

  • Morgan Herrin – Sculpture bois
  • Morgan Herrin – Wood sculpture
  • Morgan Herrin – Sculpture bois
  • Morgan Herrin – Sculpture bois / Wood sculptures
  • Morgan Herrin – CopperGate / Wood sculptures
  • Morgan Herrin – coppergate_three-sides_l / Wood sculptures
  • Morgan Herrin – CopperGate_Front_L / Wood sculptures
  • Morgan Herrin – Boudica sculpture / Wood sculptures
  • Morgan Herrin – Ada gallery / Wood sculptures

Magnifiques sculptures en Bois de Morgan Herrin

Magnifiques sculptures en Bois de Morgan Herrin. (Etats-Unis)

Morgan Herrin - coppergate_three-sides_l / Wood sculptures

Morgan Herrin – coppergate_three-sides_l / Wood sculptures

Morgan a travaillé quelques années comme charpentier sur des chantiers de décors de cinéma, et le bois s’est imposé à lui. Inspiré par le monde scientifique et la nature plus que par le milieu de l’art. La plupart de ses sujets ont été directement ou fortement inspirés d’évènements ou de problèmes historiques. Bosi utilisé : épicéa, pin ou sapin.
– Mes pièces peuvent prendre entre six mois et un an à être produites. Le procédé de sculpture que j’utilise est presque entièrement manuel et c’est pourquoi c’est un procédé qui demande énormément de travail.
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  • Cathy Rose – Artodyssey – mixed-media sculptures
  • Cathy Rose – Artodyssey – mixed-media sculptures
  • Cathy Rose – mixed-media sculptures
  • Cathy Rose – mixed-media sculptures

Figurative Mixed-Media sculptures of Cathy Rose

Figurative Mixed-Media sculptures of Cathy Rose. (Nouvelle Orléans / Louisiane)

“I’m an artist. I’ve been saying this since I was nine and now I’m 59 and I think I’m starting to believe it.”

Cathy Rose - mixed-media sculptures

Cathy Rose – mixed-media sculptures

  • Aron Demetz – Pholiota Denuntians Bois d’érable et silicone, 200 x 50 cm, 2011
  • Aron Demetz – Burning Man  230 x 100 x 100 cm, 2010
  • New Distressed Wood Figures by Aron Demetz
  • New Distressed Wood Figures by Aron Demetz
  • New Distressed Wood Figures by Aron Demetz / sculpture
  • New Distressed Wood Figures by Aron Demetz / sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – Wood sculptures
  • Aron Demetz Sculptures
  • Aron Demetz – sculptures carbonisees – Charcoal sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – la natura umana- Charcoal sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – la natura umana- Charcoal sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – sculptures carbonisees – Charcoal sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – sculptures carbonisees – Charcoal sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – sculptures carbonisees – Charcoal sculpture
  • Aron Demetz – sculptures carbonisees – Charcoal sculpture

Wood Art sculptures by Aron Demetz

Wood Art sculptures by Aron Demetz. Italian artist, born 1972. Europe exhibition Rome, Vienna, Milan or London.

Aron Demetz est un artiste italien né en 1972. Il créé des sculptures (bois d’érable et silicone) dans des poses tantôt sombres, tantôt mélancoliques, jouant sur des figures adolescentes ou enfantines.
Elles sentent l’odeur de résine ou de vernis, tente de symboliser les énergies biologiques et cosmiques qui animent tout être humain. A découvrir ses dernieres sculptures carbonisées.

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For years, Aron Demetz (1972) has been focusing on the human figure, on contemporary characters which appear to be frozen in poses of the antique portraiture or paralysed in bizarre postures. This realistic gallery, which very often displays children or adolescents, is highly distinguished because of its formal composure while, at the same time, an atmosphere of melancholic meditation enshrouds the sculptures and makes them somehow classic and somehow stringently modern.
In the last two years the artist has dedicated himself to a different projection of the human figure moving from the reflection and the research on emotions to a form of expression which wants to return to its origins, to the most profound human roots. Next to wood (which, however, always remains the soul of all the works) Demetz started to experiment with different materials such as silver and aluminium foils which bestow an aura of original uniqueness on the works, a condition of ethereal pureness. To the spectator, they suggest a metamorphosis, the feeling of observing a being which is changing, which is ready to start a new life, to exploit new possibilities. Through associations, images and symbols these sculptures speak to collective conscience. Fully aware of their own physicality and their physical and spiritual changes, the sculptures most often evoke the constant and meticulous research of the human “position”. A position which, on the one hand, has to be understood in a symbolic way (‘man’ understood as a symbol of power and at the same time of humility), but on the other, it has to be seen in a real, physical way – a position in a space with whom mankind has to interact daily.
Recently, Aron Demetz presents a series of works which centres around the topic of cujidures – “seams”. In order to approach this new challenge, the artist chose resin as material to create his figures. The needed resin was collected with great patience from the wounds of the trees in the forests in Val Gardena. This instable material which is in constant change has intrinsic characteristics which are highly evocative. It has a strong scent, it can crystallise, melt, change colour (from an intense yellow to red or black), it can be very sticky or even conserve organic traces and small animals inside itself.
By putting resin on his faces and busts, Demetz lays a new skin which saturates, welds or stitches their wounds (which have to be understood as wounds of the soul, as thoughts and important feelings). It is a living skin which not only covers, but even enters the works of art. Once again these sculptures display a range of different, even opposite meanings. Next to stirring life, hope and renewal the sculptures also express something archaic and primitive, a being which visibly evokes a mummified figure and which immediately makes the spectator think of rot and death. Therefore, these works trigger off a reflection on the body as a biological and vital structure with its moods, its smells, its heat and its limits. The works spread a twine of visceral energies which enshrouds everyone who enters the meanders of this primitive cosmos.

Expo :  Mexico, DF. http://terrenobaldio.com 

 

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