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  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting – the Fountain of Youth, 2003
  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting
  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting studio
  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting
  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting
  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting
  • Christopher Pugliese – Painting
  • Christopher Pugliese – Fountain of Youth in sepia

Christopher Pugliese – Painting

Christopher Pugliese – Painting / NY

Christopher Pugliese - Painting

Christopher Pugliese – Painting

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  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – Silence
  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – Black chicken
  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – The diamond dogs are poachers
  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – The diamond dogs are poachers
  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – u should be dancing
  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – u should be dancing
  • Pasha pasha Art dolls – White rabbit

Pasha Pasha Wonderfull Art dolls

Pasha Pasha Wonderfull Art dolls (USA) aka Pasha Setrova.
An original artist who creates moody storybook imagery in the 3-D form be it with resin, fabric, or by her own breath and body.

Pasha pasha Art dolls - u should be dancing

Pasha pasha Art dolls – u should be dancing

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  • Fred Einaudi – oil paintings
  • Fred Einaudi – oil paintings – The Chocolate Donnut – oil on canvas
  • Fred Einaudi – oil paintings
  • Fred Einaudi – oil paintings
  • Fred Einaudi – oil paintings – The Mermaid – oil on canvas
  • Fred Einaudi – oil paintings

Fred Einaudi

Fred Einaudi (San Francisco)

Le travail de Fred Einaudi est plein de contrastes, mélange de réel et d’irréel, d’innocence de l’ enfance et de la mort… Cruel et satirique.

Ses artistes préférés sont Henri Rousseau, Van Gogh, Hans Memling, Van Eyck et Jan Von Franz Bayros , et parmi les artistes vivants Richard Estes et Alex Kanevsky .

Fred Einaudi - oil paintings

Fred Einaudi – oil paintings

 

  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture “Belle époque”
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculptures
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture “Belle époque”
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture
  • Poché Studio – Dolls sculptures portrait

Poché Studio – Dolls sculptures

Poché Studio – Dolls sculptures (USA)

Poché Studio - Dolls sculpture

Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture

Dustin Poché est un mixed-mdeia artiste qui crée des sculptures, notamment des dolls. Il a suivi ses études au “Colorado Institute of Art”.
Il s’inspire de son amour pour la “Belle époque” et de son expérience première à New York où sa carrière s’est d’abord dirigé vers la création de costumes et d’illustrations dans l’industrie de la mode.
Ses première aventures dans le monde de la sculpture a commencé avec la restauration de poupées boudoir, vers 1920. Ces premières œuvres exposées, ont reçu beaucoup d’enthousiasme et d’admiration.
” J’ai beaucoup appris à restaurer les poupées anciennes, mais il y avait quelque chose qui manquait dans le résultat final. J’imaginais des personnages aux visages, aux émotions et aux gestes plus expressifs. Afin de mettre ces personnages en lumière, je me suis rendu compte que je devais commencer à les sculpter par moi-même.

Ses idées proviennent de nombreuses sources ; D’expériences personnelles, d’émotions et de découvertes uniques. ” Mes pièces sont très personnelles… L’idée commence comme une image floue dans ma tête qui est mise au point au fur et à mesure que le personnage évolue. Mon travail est fait avec de l’argile de papier (papier mâché ?), et j’essaie différents médiums pour créer de nouveaux effets. “

Poché aime travailler avec des textiles anciens, vintage et autres fibres naturelles pour créer les vêtements. L’utilisation de ces matériaux uniques ajoutent à l’authenticité de ses sculptures.
L’œuvre de Poché a été incluse dans des publications artistiques et exposée dans des expositions d’art. Il aime vraiment partager ses sculptures avec d’autres.
«Je suis reconnaissant aux gens d’aimer mon travail et je me réjouis d’autres créations à venir. Cela me donne énormément de plaisir de voir les gens réagir à mon art. Chaque réaction signifie qu’une pièce a évoqué une émotion et c’est ce qui me pousse à continuer à évoluer en tant qu’artiste.”

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Dustin Poche’ is a Midwestern multimedia artist who creates original sculptures and one of a kind fine art figures. He was formally educated at the Colorado Institute of Art. He draws inspiration from his love of period fashion and his work experience in New York, where his career involved costume design, textiles and illustration within the fashion industry.
His first venture into the figure and sculpting world began with the restoration of boudoir dolls, circa 1920. He exhibited those early works and they were received with much excitement and admiration.
I learned a lot while working with the antique dolls, but there was something missing in the end result. I imagined characters with more expressive faces, emotions,and gestures. To bring these characters to light, I realized I had to begin sculpting them.

His ideas come from many sources; personal experiences, emotions, and unique findings. Poche’ comments, “My pieces are very personal and I must be invested in the concept… The idea begins as an unclear image in my head which is brought into focus as the figure evolves. My work is currently done in paper clay but I’m always trying different mediums to create new effects.

Poche’ likes to work with antique and vintage materials to create the clothing. He feels the use of these unique materials adds to the authenticity of the figure and he enjoys working with natural fibers.
Poche’s work has been included in artistic publications and exhibited at art shows. He truly enjoys sharing his sculptures with others.
“I’m thankful for those who enjoy my work and I look forward to creating for many years to come. It brings me great joy to see people react to my art. Every reaction means a piece has evoked an emotion and that’s what drives me to continue to evolve as an artist.” (Source : Facebook page)

  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee – In the pursuit of spirituality 2006
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee – Gift
  • Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee – Leer O Leer white trash bags

Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee

Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee (Origin Pakistan, resides in New York)

Plastic Bag Sculptures - Khalil Chishtee - In the pursuit of spirituality 2006

Plastic Bag Sculptures – Khalil Chishtee – In the pursuit of spirituality 2006

Chishtee croit que l’art devrait refléter directement la vie et l’expérience de son créateur. Elle utilise la nature fragile du plastique pour en faire la jonction; Comme ils se déchirent et se décolorent, son art s’en trouve fané et vieilli. Comme des fantômes, ses sculptures (comme “un père embrassant son fils” ou “un autoportrait barbu de l’artiste”) pendent suspendues au milieu de l’air, légères et tombantes.
Les sacs poubelle blancs sont spécifiquement utilisés pour représenter l’âme de chaque sujet. Un sentiment d’incomplétude pour chaque pièce.
Tout comme l’univers continue à évoluer, Chishtee permet à son art de se déformer et d’évoluer dans sa fabrication.

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Chishtee believes that art should be a direct reflection of its creator’s own life and experience. He uses the fragile nature of plastic to make his point; as it rips and fades away, it implies that the figure is also faded and aging. Like ghosts, figures such as a father embracing his son and a bearded self-portrait of the artist hang suspended in mid air, feather light and falling apart. White trash bags are specifically used to represent each subject’s soul. There’s an incomplete-ness to every piece. Just as the universe continues to evolve, Chishtee allows his art to distort and change in its making.

  • Zin Limit – Paintings – DESIRE
  • Zin Limit – Paintings
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – NOMAD#12
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – NOMAD#02
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ID#17
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ID no.22
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ALLEGRO no.36.1
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ALLEGRO no.32
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ALLEGRO NO.21.2 (Spiccato)
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ALLEGRO NO.12 (Spiccato)
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – ALLEGRO NO.5.1
  • Zin Limit – Paintings – Allegro NO.4.1

Zin Limit – Paintings

Zin Limit – Paintings (Born in Seoul, South Korea Zin Lim moved to San Francisco)
Lim works is predominantly cross-over (hybrid) figure in the medium of oil and charcoal.

Zin Limit - Paintings - ALLEGRO no.36.1

Zin Limit – Paintings – ALLEGRO no.36.1


  • Cam Rackam – “Cthulhu” sculpture with gold patina layer
  • Cam Rackam – “Cthulhu” sculpture
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Paintings and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Painting and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Paintings and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Paintings and Sculptures
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Baby Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Belphagor
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Belphagor
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Blind Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Blind Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Detail shot of Blind Cthulhu
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Red Eye
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Red Eye
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Red Winter frame corner
  • Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Speak no evil
  • Cam Rackam – painting
  • Cam Rackam – Studio sculptures

Dark Cam Rackam sculptures

Dark Cam Rackam sculptures, carved frame and paintings.. (USA / Southern California)

Cam Rackam - Sculptures - Belphagor

Cam Rackam – Sculptures – Belphagor

  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art sculpture
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art
  • Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art – dahlia

Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art

Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art (usa) – Paper flower that can take up to 400 hours to complete by hand.

Tiffanie Turner - Paper flower art

Tiffanie Turner – Paper flower art

video-baleines-grises-californie

Magnifique video de baleines grises et leurs bébés

Magnifique video de baleines grises et leurs bébés accompagnés d’un dauphin dans la baie de Big Sur, côte californienne.

  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture wings
  • Jeremy Mayer – Bird – Typewriter assemblage sculptures
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture robot
  • Jeremy Mayer – Skull I – Typewriter parts – 23 x 30 x 38 cm
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture atelier
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Penguin III
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Deer III. 2010
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Cat
  • Jeremy Mayer – Cat XXI – Typewriter parts – 20 x 30 x 50 cm – 2014
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture Cat
  • Jeremy Mayer – Cat – Typewriter part sculpture
  • Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture portrait

Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture

Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture (live and work in Oakland)

Jeremy Mayer disassemble typewriters and then reassemble them into full-scale, anatomically correct human figures: “I do not solder, weld, or glue these assemblages together – the process is entirely cold assembly. I don’t use anything that doesn’t come from a typewriter.”

Jeremy Mayer - Typewriter assemblage sculpture - Cat

Jeremy Mayer – Typewriter assemblage sculpture – Cat

  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture
  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture
  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture
  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture

Megan E. Craddock ceramic

Megan E. Craddock ceramic – sculptural & functional ceramic artwork (USA)

Megan E. Craddock – sculpture

Megan Craddock- Come Hungry from David Broughton on Vimeo.

  • Pat Perry illustrations – black holes
  • Pat Perry illustrations – Out in the Yard
  • Pat Perry wall art illustrations
  • Pat Perry illustrations
  • Pat Perry illustrations
  • Pat Perry illustrations – red rester

Pat Perry – Illustrations and wall art

Pat Perry – Illustrations and wall art. Artist from Michigan who writes and makes pictures through careful and cautious observation. He works itinerantly, and is a member of the Beehive Design Collective.

Pat Perry illustrations

Pat Perry illustrations

  • Maud White – paper cut art
  • Paper carving artist – Maud White
  • Paper carving artist – Maud White flower
  • Maud White – paper cut art flower
  • Maud White – paper cut art – wip

Paper carving artist – Maud White

Paper carving artist – Maud White / (USA)

Maud White - paper cut art flower

Maud White – paper cut art flower

  • Judy Fox – Worm 2. 2011 aqua-resin and casein
  • Judy Fox – Octopus2
  • Judy Fox – Venus sculpture
  • Judy Fox – Squid1
  • Judy Fox – Snow White, 2007.Terra Cotta, casien
  • Judy Fox – Rapunzel 1998 – Terra cota, Casien
  • Judy Fox – Large Octopus 1. 2011 aqua – resin and casein
  • Judy Fox – portrait

Judy Fox Sculptures

Judy Fox Sculptures – Ceramic sculptor working in New York .
She is represented by PPOW gallery in New York, and at Galerie Thaddaeus Ropac in Europe. A complete catalogue of figurative sculpture from 1990 to 2005 is available, edited by Austrian critic Barbara Wally.

She is best known for her fired clay figures of nude children that are realistically painted with casein paint. Her sculptures of children address child sexuality, and her meticulously detailed adult nudes reflect her interest in feminist issues.

Judy Fox - Snow White, 2007.Terra Cotta, casien

Judy Fox – Snow White, 2007.Terra Cotta, casien

  • Sarah Louise Davey – Night Shade
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Harpy
  • Sarah Louise Davey – High Towers and Deep Wells
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Blood Flower
  • Sarah Louise Davey – fascinating sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Foxglove
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Feral – Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood
  • Sarah Louise Davey – into the black – Ceramic, found object and wood / Ceramic sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures Crab’s Eye
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Black Locust – Macabre sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Meadow Saffron- Macabres sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculptures
  • Sarah Louise Davey – Sculpture in progress

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey

Horrific and fascinating sculptures Sarah Louise Davey. (USA)

Sarah Louise Davey - Buttercup sculpture

Sarah Louise Davey – Buttercup sculpture

Disturbing beautiful sculptures by Sarah Louise Davey are painted ceramic, embodying creatures with tortured, glazed stares, and strange growths either covering their eyes or framing them like sick, rotten petals of flesh carved out around an astonishingly open iris. They look like paintings on porcelain, and the bold, dark lines sketching their features out against the chalky whiteness of the ceramic hold a horrific and fascinating quality. 

Inquietantes sculptures de Sarah Louise Davey, incarnant des créatures torturées, aux regards vitreux, avec souvent des excroissances étranges – couvrant les yeux ou la bouche. Ses sculptures ont un aspect porcelaine, une blancheur crayeuse leur donnant une aura nauséabonde et fascinante.


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