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  • 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.”

  • Sophie Ryder Artist – Transparent Minotaur [Wire, 2013]
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – sculptures
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – sculptures
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – sculptures ceramic
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – Minotaur and Lady Hare in Cheltenham
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – Hare
  • Sophy Ryder – wire sculptures
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – Girl Leaning on Horse – Wire Sculpture 2013
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – Face sculpture
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – Crawling Lady Hare sculpture
  • Sophie Ryder sculptures lievres
  • Sculptures Sophie Ryder – Minotaure
  • Sophie Ryder – Loup, lievre
  • Sophie Ryder sculptures lievre
  • Sophie Ryder, minotaure, cheval, lievre
  • Sophie Ryder, sculpture lievre
  • Sophie Ryder, sculpture
  • Sophy Ryder – wire sculptures
  • Sophie Ryder, sculpture
  • Sophie Ryder, sculpture
  • Sophie- Ryder, sculpture loup
  • Sophie Ryder sculpteur
  • Sophie Ryder Artist – portrait

Sophie Ryder sculpteur

Sophie Ryder sculpteur.

Sophie Ryder, minotaure, cheval, lievre

Sophie Ryder, minotaure, cheval, lievre


Né à Londres, en 1963. La plupart des sculptures de Sophie Ryder sont des créatures mythiques, mi-humains mi-animaux. Sa pièce la plus connue est le lièvre Dame, un lièvre avec un corps humain de sexe féminin.. Les sentiments et les émotions sont directement reliés à l’artiste elle-même. Elle utilise des animaux pour explorer les émotions humaines et montrant que les sentiments peuvent être lus. “Le Dame Lièvre m’est venue lorsque je cherchais un compagnon pour le Minotaure. Je voulais un corps de femme avec une tête d’animal et la tête de lièvre semblait fonctionner parfaitement. Elle est généralement accompagnée par un Minotaure, d’un chien ou d’un cheval, et plus récemment seule. l’apparence a également changé et il y a quelques années, la tête est devenue plus définie comme un masque pour montrer plus clairement qu’elle est un sous-homme.”

Sophie Ryder was born in London, England, in 1963. She studied Combined Arts at the Royal Academy of Arts where, while obtaining her diploma in painting, she was encouraged by fellow artist to develop her sculpture. Inspired by Picasso, Goya and Henry Moore, she famously developed the Lady Hare as a counter part to Ancient Greek mythology’s Minotaur.

  • 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

  • Dark hare, fauxidermy – Characters by Julia
  • Textile Art Dolls – Characters by Julia
  • Textile Art Dolls – Characters by Julia
  • Rhyno – Julia trophee textile
  • New hessian hare trophy – Julia trophee textile
  • Julia trophee textile – Hare jumping into hole
  • Textile Art Dolls – Characters by Julia – zebre
  • Julia trophee textile – Cerf / Textile art
  • Julia trophee textile – bunny / Textile art
  • Textile Art Dolls – Characters by Julia

Textile Art Dolls – Characters by Julia

Textile Art Dolls – Characters by Julia. (Origine : Suede, vit depuis 2003 en Ecosse)

Julia trophee textile - Cerf / Textile art

Julia trophee textile – Cerf / Textile art

 

  • 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)

  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet Crucifixion / sculpures
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet – Sculptures Copyright © Arcane Sin 2013
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet -Sculptures
  • Paul Toupet – Masque de Papa Accroupi
  • Paul Toupet – sculpture / expo
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures / bunny creature
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures / bunny creature
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture lapin mask
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture – Copyright © Arcane Sin 2013
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture “Black black” 2016 – 163 cm
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture “Black black” 2016 – 163 cm
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture (detail)Copyright © Arcane Sin 2013
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture “Discussion” 2016
  • Paul Toupet – sculpture – Mickey
  • Paul Toupet – Mask – Serial Rabbits / sculptures

Poetic scary world with Paul Toupet

Poetic scary world with Paul Toupet… (France) – born 1979

Paul Toupet - sculptures

Paul Toupet – sculptures

Paul Toupet is a designer who was born in 1979 in Paris. Trained at the famous Penninghen art school and at the Workshop of Fine-Arts of Glacière in Paris, Paul Toupet has worked on the theme of human representation since 1996.Since May 1999, he displays his very particular and resolutely modern “Wax Puppets”: nucleated eyes, mouths vomiting braids, dressed in torn tissue or feathers, at a human or a child scale…
His art sometimes evokes childhood, sometimes mummies, the charred bodies of Pompeii, it revisits African art or religious art. The work of Paul Toupet is the fruit of multiple influences which are mixed and embezzle to create a poetic or provocating , a peaceful or scary world, according to the spectator’s gaze.
He is inspired by this artificial creature which have many anatomics possibilities. His work aims at transcribing a pure act of creation by the means of the unconscious which is expressed by the body. The Dolls of Paul Toupet seem to be out of time. This hybrid being would be involved in the formation of an intangible universe. Inanimate, almost eternal, it belongs to the uncanny but it is not devoid of a certain humor, even of a touch of burlesque. Dolls are spatial and temporal representations of the mores and folklore of a society.They materialise a certain conception of desire and phantasm.

Face à face from Vincent Galiano on Vimeo.

  • 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

  • Carisa Swenson – enchanted world sculptures
  • Carisa Swenson – MMarcel / sculpture mixed media
  • Carisa Swenson – The Mouse King – detail
  • Carisa Swenson – Simon / sculpture mixed media
  • Carisa Swenson – enchanted world sculptures
  • Carisa Swenson – Sneak Peek / sculpture mixed media
  • Carisa Swenson – enchanted world sculptures
  • Carisa Swenson – Claude’s Chameleon Carnival
  • Carisa Swenson sculptures
  • Carisa Swenson sculptures
  • Carisa Swenson sculptures – Keevan & Kieran
  • Carisa Swenson sculptures – Goblinfruit Studio
  • Carisa Swenson and her cool rabbit dolls / portrait

Enchanted world sculptures by Carisa Swenson

Enchanted world sculptures by Carisa Swenson, Goblinfruit Studio (New York)

Carisa Swenson - The Mouse King - detail

Carisa Swenson – The Mouse King – detail

Carisa Swenson’s passion for creating curious creatures springs from many sources—a love of Greek mythology and Ray Harryhausen’s creations when she was a child, an appreciative eye for Henson Workshop in her teens, to the weird and wonderful films of Jan Svankmajer and The Brothers Quay in her twenties. But when Carisa studied with world-renowned doll artist Wendy Froud, the final die was cast: posable dolls would forever own her soul and trouble her nights, stirring her with a fervor that could only be quelled by stitching and sculpting her dreams into reality. Since 2006 Carisa’s work has been featured in several exhibitions and publications, including the Melbourne Fringe Festival, NYU’s acclaimed annual “Small Works Show”, Art Doll Quarterly, and Spectrum 17. Carisa has an unhealthy obsession with rabbits and rabbit tales which she blames squarely on “Watership Down”. Both the book and the movie. Especially the movie.

  • Valency Genis – strange sculptures / Bestiaire, trophée de chasse original / creatures
  • Valency Genis – Bestiaire sculptures – creature
  • Valency Genis – Sweet Westley / Bestiaire, trophée de chasse original / creatures
  • Valency Genis – Rolfe – Epoxy clay, glass, wood, and acrylic
  • Valency Genis – Brackley / Bestiaire, trophée de chasse original / creatures
  • Bestiaire et Trophee Valency Genis
  • Valency Genis – Bestiaire, trophée de chasse original / creatures
  • Valency Genis – Bestiaire : sculpture lapin, bunny
  • Valency Genis – Trophy sculptures

Bestiaire et Trophée originale de Valency Genis

Bestiaire et Trophée originale de Valency Genis. (Albuquerque)

Valency Genis - Brackley / Bestiaire, trophée de chasse original / creatures

Valency Genis – Brackley / Bestiaire, trophée de chasse original / creatures

Mixed media artist, sculptor and photographer. Original Creature creator, animal lover, mad scientist…

  • Javier Perez – Trans (formaciones) I by Javier Pérez, 2010 Bronze, polyester resin, parchment 72 x 165 x 135 cm
  • Javier Perez – Body of christ
  • Javier Perez – RED DE VENUS – 1996
  • Javier Perez – Oda – Musee Reattu Collection, Arles, France
  • Javier Perez – exhibition
  • Javier Perez – en el filo
  • Javier Perez – Transfiguracion – Watercolor, pastel and charcoal on paper
  • Javier Perez – en el filo expo
  • Javier Perez – Aria da capo – 2008
  • Javier Perez – portrait

Javier Perez – Multi talent artiste

Javier Perez – Multi talent artiste. Bilbao 1968. Vit et travaille à Barcelone.
Son travail est principalement lié au corps, et à son propre corps.

  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Tauro sculpture
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – taxidermy hybrids – sculptures
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Tauro sculpture
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – sculptures taxidermy hybrid
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Art Basel
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Taxidermy Hybrid Sculptures – Cerf
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Taxidermy Hybrid Sculptures – Cerf face
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Taxidermy Sculptures
  • Enrique Gomez de Molina – Portrait

Taxidermy hybrid art work de Enrique Gomez de Molina

Taxidermy hybrid art work de Enrique Gomez de Molina.

Enrique Gomez de Molina - sculptures taxidermy hybrid

Enrique Gomez de Molina – sculptures taxidermy hybrid

De Molina utilise des parties d’animaux et les fusionne pour créer des êtres étranges, un exemple comporte la tête de deux cygnes sur le corps d’une chèvre et une autre montre la tête d’un écureuil en prise avec un crabe.
Des dérives de la taxydermie, l’artiste a plaidé coupable d’avoir importé illégalement des pièces provenant d’espèces en voie de disparition. Des cobras entiers, des pangolins, des calaos, des crânes de babirusa ou de orangs-outans venant de régions partout dans le monde y compris à Bali, en Indonésie, en Thaïlande, aux Philippines ou encore de Chine.

L’artiste affirme qu’il visait à sensibiliser son travail face au danger d’extinction d’une série d’espèces, souhaitant de même représenter les dangers du génie génétique et de l’intervention humaine.

Sur un site Web présentant son travail, il dit : ” L’impossibilité d’existence de mes créatures m’amène à la fois de la joie et de la tristesse. “

Sa joie – de voir et de vivre le fantasme de ses œuvres, couplée à la tristesse du fait que nous sommes en train de détruire toutes ces belles choses.
(C’est un peu l’hôpital qui se fout de la charité).
[Source in en : Dailymail]

  • Herman Muys – Troon – 2008 / sculptures
  • herman muys – sculptures, Pausin, 2011, klein
  • Herman Muys – Minotaurus – sculptures
  • Herman Muys – sculptures
  • Herman Muys – Cave cane Sculpture
  • Herman Muys – sculptures – Maandrager
  • Herman Muys – sculptures
  • Herman Muys – Sculptures
  • Herman Muys – sculptures
  • Herman Muys – sculptures horse
  • Herman Muys – sculptures horse
  • Herman Muys – sculptures

Sculptures de Herman Muys

La fantaisie dans les sculptures de Herman Muys paraît inépuisable, sa créativité vaste et illimitée. Il évolue constamment aux confins du rêve et de la réalité. Ses oeuvres des débuts respirent une ambiance hallucinante : des êtres mi-hommes, mi-bêtes nous épient, avec parfois une expression démoniaque. On dirait des figures mythologiques, telles que griffons et centaures, des apparitions surréalistes qui font penser à Jérôme bosch, Pieter Brueghel, Pieter Huys, Jan Mandijn ou David Teniers. Démons orgueilleux ou dieux arrogants, ils n’ont pas pour autant perdu le sens de l’humour. Avec tout ce qu’ils peuvent avoir de mystérieux, de menaçant, ils ont quelque chose d’indiciblement tendre. (tiré du Livre : Herman Muys & Monique Muylaert)

Herman Muys - Sculptures

Herman Muys – Sculptures

  • Nick Brandt – Tanzania lake
  • Nick Brandt – Tanzania lake – birds
  • Nick Brandt – Calcified Bat II – damned tanzanie lake
  • Nick Brandt – Calcified Fish Eagle, damned tanzanie lake
  • Nick Brandt – raven, damned tanzanie lake

Damned lake in Tanzania – photographer Nick Brandt

Damned lake in Tanzania – photographer Nick Brandt.

There’s a deceptively still body of water in Tanzania with a deadly secret—it turns any animal it touches to stone. The rare phenomenon is caused by the chemical makeup of the lake, but the petrified creatures it leaves behind are straight out of a horror film.

Nick Brandt - Calcified Fish Eagle, damned tanzanie lake

Nick Brandt – Calcified Fish Eagle, damned tanzanie lake

Photographed by Nick Brandt in his new book, Across the Ravaged Land, petrified creatures pepper the area around the lake due to its constant pH of 9 to 10.5—an extremely basic alkalinity that preserves these creatures for eternity. According to Brandt:

I unexpectedly found the creatures – all manner of birds and bats – washed up along the shoreline of Lake Natron in Northern Tanzania. No-one knows for certain exactly how they die, but it appears that the extreme reflective nature of the lake’s surface confuses them, and like birds crashing into plate glass windows, they crash into the lake. The water has an extremely high soda and salt content, so high that it would strip the ink off my Kodak film boxes within a few seconds. The soda and salt causes the creatures to calcify, perfectly preserved, as they dry.

I took these creatures as I found them on the shoreline, and then placed them in ‘living’ positions, bringing them back to ‘life’, as it were. Reanimated, alive again in death.

The rest of the haunting images follow and they feature in Brandt’s book, available here. Or, you could go and visit for yourself—but keep a safe distance from the water, please. [New Scientist]

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Tout animal qui touche ce lac se transforme en pierre.
Situé en Tanzanie, ce lac porte un lourd et mortel secret, tout animal quil le touche devient “pierre”.
Ce phénomène rare est causée par la composition chimique du lac, et les créatures pétrifiées qu’il laisse derrière lui sont tout droit sorti d’un film d’horreur.

Nick Brandt les a photographié, à découvrir dans son nouveau livre, terre ravagée, créatures pétrifiée jonche la région autour du lac en raison de son pH constant de 9 à 10,5 – une alcalinité très basique qui préserve ces créatures pour l’éternité .

Selon Brandt : J’ai découvert ses créatures – toutes sortes d’oiseaux et de chauves-souris – échoués le long de la rive du lac Natron dans le nord de la Tanzanie. Comme les oiseaux qui s’écrasent sur les fenêtres vitrées, ils s’écrasent dans le lac. La soude et le sel font que les créatures se calcifie, et reste parfaitement conservées.

J’ai pris ces créatures que j’ai trouvé sur le rivage, et les ai placé dans des conditions « de vie » , afin de les ramener à la «vie» , en quelque sorte. Réanimées, vivantes encore dans la mort.

 

  • EDOUARD MARTINET – Green Beetle / steampunk sculpture art
  • martinet – Butterfly. 25″ x 14″ x 22″ / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard martinet – Butterfly. 25″ x 14″ x 22″ / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard martinet – Rhinoceros beetle. 13″ x 11″ x 6″  / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard Martinet – Dragonfly – 37″ x 49″ x 15″  / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard Martinet – Moth detail – 31x16x7  / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard martinet – Moth – 31x16x7  / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard martinet -Butterfly. 25″ x 14″ x 22″ – detail  / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard martinet – Rhinoceros beetle. 13″ x 11″ x 6″ / steampunk sculpture art
  • Edouard Martinet – Dragonfly detail – 37″ x 49″ x 15″ / steampunk sculpture art
  • Portrait Edouard martinet – metal artist

Steampunk sculpture by Edouard Martinet

Steampunk sculpture by Edouard Martinet – Mixed-media art.
Animal and Insect Assemblages Made from Repurposed Objects. (France)

Edouard Martinet - Dragonfly - 37″ x 49″ x 15″ / steampunk sculpture art

Edouard Martinet – Dragonfly – 37″ x 49″ x 15″ / steampunk sculpture art

  • Lisa Renner – art sculpture
  • Lisa Renner – BIrd-Peep-duo – art sculpture
  • Lisa Renner – art dolls- art sculpture
  • Lisa Renner – art dolls- art sculpture
  • Lisa Renner – art dolls sculptures

Lisa Renner, sculpture Art dolls

Lisa Renner, sculpture Art dolls. Mixed media artiste (Art dolls, books, polymer clay..). (Dallas)

Lisa Renner - art dolls- art sculpture

Lisa Renner – art dolls- art sculpture


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