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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

  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – Party’s Over, 2012, stoneware, glaze, flock, resin – Sculpture
  • Magda Gluszek – Too Much Cake, 2006, terracotta
  • Magda Gluszek Art – Keeping It Together, 2012, stoneware, glaze, fabric, wire, ribbon
  • Magda Gluszek – Art Sculptures
  • Magda Gluszek – portrait

Magda Gluszek – Ceramic Sculpture

Magda Gluszek – Ceramic Sculpture (USA)
Sculptures figuratives hybrides et satiriques, ses sculptures s’entremêlent dans un sentiment d’humour et d’horreur.

Magda Gluszek - Too Much Cake, 2006, terracotta

Magda Gluszek – Too Much Cake, 2006, terracotta

 

Magda Gluszek – Art 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

 Sayaka Shimogaki Sculptures (Japan)

Sayaka Shimogaki - Sculptures

Sayaka Shimogaki – 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)

  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Sculptures Papier maché – Death
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures Cerf
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – le petit chaperon rouge
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures chat
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures chat
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures corset
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – Jaguarde
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Papier maché sculptures – Jeune Loup papier
  • Mélanie Bourlon – Lievre blanc – sculpture papier maché

Les magnifiques Papiers-Mâchés de Melanie Bourlon

Les magnifiques Papiers-Mâchés de Melanie Bourlon. (Isère – FR)
Artiste autodidacte, Mélanie Bourlon travaille depuis 8 ans le papier pour en faire éclore lion lynx, ours ou vache dans sa boutique atelier qui a pignon sur rue aux Avenières en Isère. Elle partage bien volontiers sa passion et anime des ateliers.

Mélanie Bourlon - Sculptures Papier maché - Death

Mélanie Bourlon – Sculptures Papier maché – Death

Le travail de Mélanie Bourlon s’inscrit dans une démarche de simplicité, au sens noble du terme. 
Elle cultive un jardin où l’être prend le pas sur l’avoir au travers d’un bestiaire qui égrène des traits humains qui se réconcilient avec la nature. 
Le choix de matières dites pauvresbrutes, ou peu onéreuses, qu’elle glane et récupère puis détourne, illustre son univers de fables dans lequel elle se jour des modes et des époques toujours dans un soucis d’esthétique, du beau, fait avec peu de choses
Le motif, qu’il soit animal ou végétal, travaillé grandeur nature connait une renaissance, une revisite naturaliste.
L’habit, ici, ne fait pas l’âne.

  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Trust sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – pieuvre sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – The Lonely King sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – sculptures
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – King Midas and His touch
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Centaur sculpture
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Blind Faith Borne of Persistent Patience
  • Clare Ferguson-Walker – Blind Faith Borne of Persistent Patience sculptures

Art of Clare Ferguson-Walker

Art of Clare Ferguson-Walker. (UK) Figuratives sculptures

Clare Ferguson-Walker - sculptures

Through my work I aim to communicate the human condition from as many angles as I can see. I often draw upon elements of folklore and mythology, as I believe that certain stories carry age old truths woven into our collective sub-conscious which often have moral, emotional and physical relevance, regardless of time period or cultural status. I am drawn over and over again to using the human form as my starting point. as I believe that the physical body can and does communicate in a universal language. Each of us communicates using body language on a daily basis, often involuntarily, therefore it is a pure truthful language often revealing emotions that we would otherwise choose to hide. My figures are deliberately distorted, they come from another realm, my own personal world. Their forms also attempt to re-write our often limited views of what is considered beautiful. They are subtly rebellious.
I believe that the imagination is the channel by which the subconscious communicates with the conscious mind, and I believe that symbolism and metaphor are the languages that it uses. Therefore I freely allow my imagination to come up with scenes and concepts which I then turn into an object or image. My sculptures and paintings can be interpreted in the same way as one would interpret a dream, objects, creatures and positions carry hidden meanings to be unraveled. The subsequent narrative which I see developing is the plot line of my attempt to rationalize this world and my existence with in it. My work often deals with memory, loss as well as hope and the celebration of life itself. I love working with clay and I feel that the process of firing is something akin to alchemy, changing one substance into another. It allows for experimentation and always comes with the element of potential loss, making it a delicate and often heartbreaking art form.
I also love working with bronze, I love the excitement of the foundry process and I like the permanence of the material. I know that after I am gone, there will be a little of myself immortalized in my sculptures.

  • Marc Petit – sculpture
  • Marc Petit – sculpture
  • Marc Petit – sculpture
  • Marc Petit – sculpture
  • Marc Petit – sculpteur
  • Marc Petit – sculpteur
  • Marc Petit – La quarantaine sculpture
  • Marc Petit Sculpture – Photo : isabelle Negre
  • Expo Marc Petit – sculpteur
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Les Onze du Manoir – Marc PETIT sculptures – Photo : Adrien Comes
  • Marc Petit, Exposition Limoges – 2016
  • Marc Petit – Sculpteur
  • Sculpture Marc Petit
  • Sculpture Marc Petit
  • Marc Petit – portrait sculpteur

Marc Petit – Sculpteur

Marc Petit – Sculpteur. (FR) né le 27 juin 1961 à Saint-Céré (Lot). Sculptures figuratives.

Marc Petit - sculpteur

Marc Petit – sculpteur

C’est à Cahors où il passe son enfance, qu’il réalise ses premières sculptures dès l’âge de 14 ans. Il y côtoie deux sculpteurs, anciens élèves des beaux arts de Paris, qui corrigent régulièrement son travail :
René Fournier lui apprend les bases du modelage et lui transmet l’enseignement de Marcel Gimond.
Jean Lorquin, premier grand prix de Rome lui apporte sa vision, ses connaissances mais aussi une vraie réflexion sur la sculpture.

À 24 ans, il présente sa première exposition personnelle à Villeneuve sur Lot.

Le sculpteur haut-viennois Marc Petit a été désigné numéro un des plus grands sculpteurs de notre temps, suite à une enquête menée par la revue Miroir de l’Art. (Source : le Populaire.fr)

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Marc Petit was born in Saint-Céré, a small village in South West France, on 1961.

He spends his childhood in Cahors and at the age of 14 he makes his first sculptures.  He is in close contact with two sculptors who had been students in Paris at the Beaux Arts School :
René Fournier introduces him to clay work and transmits him Marcel Gimond’s teachings; Jean Lorquin, winner of the Prix de Rome, provides him with his vision, his knowledge and a serious reflection on sculpture. They both quite frequently correct his work.
1985 : First personal exhibition in Villeneuve-sur-Lot.

  • lisa clague sculptures
  • lisa clague sculptures figuratives
  • lisa clague sculptures (usa)
  • lisa clague sculptures (usa)
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture Seductive dream
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture Seductive dream
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture
  • Lisa Clague – sculpture
  • Lisa Clague – sculptures
  • lisa clague sculptures figuratives
  • Lisa Clague Antoinette Sculpture (casting slip:mixed media) 12 x 4.5 x 5.5
  • lisa clague sculptures figuratives
  • lisa clague sculptures – portrait
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures Light and Darkness
  • Lisa Clague – Sculptures hybrid

Lisa Clague Sculptures

Lisa Clague Sculptures (USA) figuratif

lisa clague sculptures figuratives

  • 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

  • George Lafayette – Drummer / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Drummer / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Main course – Mixed media sculpture
  • George Lafayette – the bull / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Spirit guide / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Seeker Bronze / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette  / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – sculpture- Lady with a destiny – ceramic / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – I love you sculpture / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Horns / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Dream time / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – Dream time back / Figuratives sculptures
  • George Lafayette – figurative bronze
  • George Lafayette – portrait artist / Figuratives sculptures

Beautiful figuratives sculptures of George Lafayette

Beautiful figuratives sculptures of George Lafayette. (USA)

George Lafayette - RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures

George Lafayette – RabbitGirl / Figuratives sculptures

“Inspirations for my sculptures come from my inner feelings about life, rebirth, and spiritual mysticism.  They are the reflections and interpretation of my life experiences.  Some of the shows I have exhibited at are:  Sausalito Art Fair, Beverly Hills-Affairs in the Garden, Golden Sculpture Association, La Quinta Art Festival, Malibu Art Show, Cherry Creek Art Festival, and Scottsdale Art Festival.  I have been awarded first place in figurative sculpture in GSA and Affairs in the Garden.  I have been commisssioned to do private work for some of my clients.”

  • Nicola Hicks – Closed up – Life study – 2012 / sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – Dan’s Story 2003 / sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – Who was I Kidding – 2011 – Sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – Closed up horse – Life study – 2012 / sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – sculpture
  • Nicola Hicks – Sculpture Banker
  • Nicola Hicks – Minotaur 2013
  • Nicola Hicks – Boar sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – MrCrow / sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – Hypocrites – 2011 / sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – Dressed for the Woods II – 2013 / sculptures
  • Nicola Hicks – Banker II – 2009 / sculpture
  • Nicola Hicks – Sculptures

Beautiful work sculptures Nicola Hicks

Beautiful work sculptures Nicola Hicks (UK) – born 1960.

Nicola Hicks - Closed up horse - Life study - 2012 / sculptures

Nicola Hicks – Closed up horse – Life study – 2012 / sculptures

Hicks studied at the Chelsea School of Art from 1978 to 1982 and at the Royal College of Art from 1982 to 1985.

Animals are her primary subject matter, usually sculpted in straw and plaster. This was unusual for an artist in the 80s, by which time abstract sculpture and installation art had become the norms in the art world. Hicks also works on huge sheets of brown paper on which she works up her dynamic charcoal drawings. Many of the sculptures have subsequently been cast in bronze, often with such subtlety that every fragile detail of plaster and straw is reproduced.

Nicola Hicks in America from So It Goes on Vimeo.

  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures1
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives
  • Nancy Kubale – Examine – sculpture
  • Nancy Kubale – sculpture LOOKING, 2016
  • Nancy Kubale – sculptures 2017
  • Nancy Kubale – portrait studio sculptures

Figurative Ceramist Nancy Kubale

Figurative Ceramist Nancy Kubale. (USA)

Nancy Kubale - Sculptures figuratives

Nancy Kubale – Sculptures figuratives

In a body of work there is a common thread of expression and exploration that binds it together.  My sculpture addresses the pursuit of Truth (trying to figure out what and how things really are) .  I am intrigued by what we think, do and say, by who we are and how we live and the ideologies we embrace.

  • Izumi May – cloud ponies / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Tooting the Horn of Dilemma / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Tinderbox / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Thumping Jack / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – Notes on an Invisible Road / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – gray donkey / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – camel ships / Sculptures
  • Izumi May – A Whisper of Snow / Sculptures

Hawaï Artist : Izumi May

Hawaï Artist : Izumi May. (née et a grandi à Honolulu)

  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – tumblr
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – Cabeza – 2013 – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – on progress
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – El aire huele a humo
  • Cristina Cordova – El Temporal – Sculptures
  • Cristina Cordova – ARCO – 2010
  • Cristina Cordova – ARCO – 2010
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – portraits
  • Cristina Cordova – Sculptures – portrait

Figurative Sculpture of Cristina Cordova

Figurative Sculpture of Cristina Cordova. (USA)

Cristina Cordóva, a Penland artist in residence, is a ceramist whose delicate, whimsical human and animal forms spark our imagination and curiosity. She discusses her work on display at the Possibilities: Rising Stars of Contemporary Craft exhibition at the Mint Museum of Craft and Design in Charlotte.

  • Alexander Hadad – Drommaren
  • Alexander Hadad – Stolt-Stengodslera
  • Alexander Hadad – Namnlost – Mask
  • Alexander Hadad – Mask
  • Alexander Hadad – Mask
  • Alexander Hadad – Mask
  • Alexander Hadad – Mask
  • Alexander Hadad – Den sista pilen : Stengodsler
  • Alexander Hadad – Arkeologisk sang / Stengodslera

Syrian-Swedish Artist Alexander Hadad

Syrian-Swedish Artist Alexander Hadad – Born in Syria in 1961. Lives in Norrköping, Sweden.

“My artistic realm is based on two cultural perspectives – Oriental and Swedish. The connection and contrast between these two cultures represent for me a persistant source of inspiration that allows me to constantly find new ways for my artistic creation.”


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