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  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales
  • Marta Runemark – Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales

Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales Marta Runemark

Sculptures oniriques et theâtrales Marta Runemark (Suède)

Mixed media art. Papier mâché and recycled materials (burned pieces of wood, old fabrics, nails, small animal skulls, metal.. etc)

Marta Runemark - Sculptures theâtrales

Marta Runemark – Sculptures theâtrales

  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures – hometree
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures – hometree
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures – big ball of love
  • KaiTree – Metal sculptures – big ball of love
  • KaiTree – Metal sculptures – More roots
  • KaiTree – metal sculptures
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures
  • KaiTree – metal sculptures
  • KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures – portrait

Metal TREE Sculptures – KAITREES

Metal TREE Sculptures – KAITREES (USA)

KaiTree - Tree metal sculptures

KaiTree – Tree metal sculptures

  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Round gates Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Round gates Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – metal Horse sculpture
  • David Freedman – Stainless steel dragonfly sculpture
  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures
  • David Freedman – Oak leaf throne – Metal
  • David Freedman – Bench metal sculpture

David Freedman Metal Sculptures

David Freedman Metal Sculptures. (UK)
Metal garden sculpture, bespoke artistic gates and unique garden furniture. Original contemporary British sculpture, garden art and public sculpture. From wrought iron gates to bronze sculptures. Insect and flower sculpture.

David Freedman - Deer Metal Sculptures

David Freedman – Deer Metal Sculptures

  • Richard Stainthorp – Wire Sculpture nude
  • Richard Stainthorp – Forest Moon – Wire sculpture
  • Richard Stainthorp – Wire Sculpture WIP nude
  • Richard Stainthorp – Wire Sculpture angel
  • Richard Stainthorp – Wire Sculpture angel
  • Richard Stainthorp – Wire Sculpture angel
  • Richard Stainthorp – Female Faun 2006, steel wire
  • Richard Stainthorp – wire sculptures
  • Richard Stainthorp – Wire Sculpture trees

Wire Sculpture by Richard Stainthorp

Wire Sculpture by Richard Stainthorp (England)

Richard Stainthorp - Female Faun 2006, steel wire

Richard Stainthorp – Female Faun 2006, steel wire

  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker – Untitled #sculpture
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture
  • Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture portrait

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculpture. (UK)
British contemporary artist, Rachel Ducker was originally trained as a jeweller. With an insatiable desire to create she turned her attention to sculpting the human form in wire, concentrating on the expressive and emotional dynamics of human nature.

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures

Rachel Ducker Wire Sculptures

“With an incredibly visual, active mind Rachel has an insatiable desire to create and make. Well practiced in life drawing and with an appreciation of the human form and the emotional dynamics of human nature, combined with being originally trained as a jeweller, lead her to experiment with wire as a medium for sculpting the human form, capturing something ephemeral, either emotive or active.
Her pieces are untitled due to her belief that everyone sees something different in the sculptures and her lack of suggestion leads them to live that moment she portrays in their own particular way, therefore expanding the piece of work further with every viewer.

The translucency and form of her work allows rather dramatic shadows to be cast and with the right lighting, can show the three dimensional form on a two dimensional level creating an effect resembling a pencil sketch on the wall.

Rachel uses no model and she doesn’t form the shape around anything. The posture is first designed and then the pieces are carefully molded by hand and then gradually added to, wrapping wire, layer by layer. Her satisfaction with the posture can be instantaneous or take days and every angle important right to the tip of the finger and to a millimetre of adjustment until just right. She discovered that the slightest movement in the angle of the hand or fingers, or the tilting of the head changes everything the figure is portraying.

Her sculptures being featureless leaves the posture to say all, expressing the feeling. The hair creating the scene, making all more turbulent, dramatic, adding latent movement and tenacity. She is very focused on people watching and body language and how people express themselves physically and all goes along side her keen interest in psychology.

Her inspiration may come from the human form, but she is also greatly inspired by different materials, found objects and new techniques and is keen to combine mediums, finding it often leading to new ideas, which Rachel is never short of!
The wire work keeps her more than busy, supplying over twenty galleries in the UK alone, various exhibitions and numerous private commissions globally. But Rachel tries to keep her active mind diverse in it’s creativity. She still makes her silver cast jewellery to commission and enjoys experimenting with painting, life drawing monoprints, photography and is keen to try animation with the wire figures, as well as constantly moving on with the sculpture.”

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  • Marie-josee Roy – Junon, detail
  • Marie-josee Roy – Junon, 60×42, photo transfert sur aluminium meulé, gravure au burin- Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Nous sommes un, 60×36, technique mixte sur aluminium.gravure au burin, Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le corps formé de fulgurance 40×28, Technique mixte sur aluminium
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le cantique des cantiques, sculpture detail
  • Marie-josee Roy – Le Cantique des Cantiques, 42x16x3 acier, bronze, sculpture murale
  • Marie-josee Roy – La priere d’ouverture, 84×60
  • Marie-josee Roy – L’onde cantique
  • Marie-josee Roy – L’Onde Cantique 84×60, technique mixte sur aluminium, gravure au burin- Jerome Prieur
  • Marie-josee Roy – Sculpture Le pieu, détail
  • Marie-josee Roy -Lumen 60×84 huile, photo tranfert sur aluminium.

Beautiful Metal ART – Marie-josee Roy

Beautiful Metal ART – Marie-josee Roy (Canada),
Sculptures
et pour les peintures métales, Technique mixte sur aluminium. Gravure au burin, Jerome Prieur.

Marie-josee Roy - L'onde cantique

Marie-josee Roy – L’onde cantique

Depuis 20 ans, le métal exerce toujours aussi fortement sur l’artiste son pouvoir d’attraction.
Ses peintures, sur métal, aliant photographies, encre à l’huile, gravure……
Ses sculptures métalliques forgées, soudées ou coulées, …
Cette matière, elle l’a fait sienne.
Marie-Josée Roy ressent le métal comme s’il était devenu une partie de son corps. Une seconde peau. Une armure., le murmure d’une armure.
L’artiste trace un parallèle entre les les propriétés magnétiques, résilientes, fusionnelles, lumineux du métal et les relations humaines qui leur sont communes.
Son expression est physique, et pas seulement parce que travailler le métal demande de la force, elle est physique, point. Pas final cependant. Au contraire. Cela ouvre un grand pan sur sa personnalité et sur la nature intrinsèque de son expression. De la candeur affective et de l’humilité amenées à l’image avec une facture poétique, intense et venant du ventre.
Par le feu et le métal, le  chaud et le froid à la fois, Marie-Josée Roy dépouille toute pensée unissant essences opposées, Elle  extériorise l’intériorité de l’être.

Since more than 20 years, metal has been and still is showing life and attraction between Marie-Josée Roy’s chiselling hands.
Her paintings, on metal, matching with photography, ink oil, engraving…
Her metallic sculptures, forged, welded, poured..,
Marie-Josée Roy feels the metal like if it was one of her body’s vital organ. A second skin, an armor, the murmur of an armor.
The artist traces a parallel between the magnetic, resilient, fusional, and bright features of the metal and the human relations to which they are related.
Her mean of expression is physical, and not only because working the metal relies on strength, she is physical, period. But, however, not final. On the contrary. It unfolds a huge aspect of her personality and of the inherent nature of her expression. Affective naïvety and humility sticking to the picture with a poetic, intense signature coming from deep inside.
From fire and metal, warm as cold, Marie-Josée Roy relieves any thought unifying opposite essences. She exteriorises the interiority of being.

  • Brett Mcdanel – Catfish – sculptures steampunk
  • Brett Mcdanel – Catfish – sculptures steampunk
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk “Faith or fool”
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk “Faith or fool”
  • Brett Mcdanel – Nobody will play catch with me
  • Brett Mcdanel – Nobody will play catch with me – sculptures steampunk
  • Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures portrait

Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures

Brett Mcdanel – Steampunk sculptures (USA)

Brett McDanel (Oklahoma artiste), également connu sous le nom The Crazy Bird Man” crée des sculptures steampunk avec des objets de récupération diverses, le plus souvent faite de metal et d’os.
Ces six dernières années, il a passé son temps à récupérer dans les rues ou société de ferraille des objets qui, pour la plupart des gens, sont insignifiantes : “Pour les gens, c’est juste un morceau de métal, mais quand vous l’assemblez avec d’autres objets, il devient quelque chose de grand … une partie de quelque chose. L’ensemble de ces créations ont une place.
Il raconte à sa propre histoire de vie, en ajoutant : « J’ai passé la moitié de ma vie perdue puis un jour, il y eu ce déclic qui m’a remis sur le bon chemin … le travail du métal.
McDanel crée ses sculptures à l’instinct en soudant et en broyant les pièces de métal. Les assemblages peuvent prendre des heures, des jours, voire des semaines, mais dans tous les cas il en sort une aura particulière.

Norman, Oklahoma artist Brett McDanel, also known as “The Crazy Bird Man” constructs innovative industrial steampunk sculptures from found objects and bone. For the last six years McDanel has spent his free time scouring the streets and the scrap yards for parts that, to most people, are insignificant. The artist states, “When walking down the street you find a random piece of metal that doesn’t belong there. All by itself, it’s just a piece of metal, but when you place it with other objects, it becomes something bigger… a part of something. All together these creations have a place.” He relates it to his own life story adding, “I spent half my life lost and then somewhere along the way something clicked and put me where I belong… here working with metal.” Using his background in construction he up-cycles gears, widgets, thingamabobs and other found parts, animating them into action as featherless fiends, clawed cats, humanoid busts, edgy furnishings and otherwise eccentrically whimsical sculpture that often delivers a dark comical mood. He does not sketch or premeditate the designs. McDanel envisions the pieces assembling in his mind’s eye and attacks his hoard of jumbled parts with welding torch and grinder in hand. The resulting assemblages may take hours, days, or weeks, but in every case create an object of whimsy and an astute example of the beautiful grotesque. Brett has created quite a reputation for his found object innovations. So much so that he now finds metal donations delivered to his home lawn and representative gallery on a weekly basis which has dramatically decreased his need to scour for parts and allowed him much more time to assemble them.  

  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures – CONJURO
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture Sun in the eyes
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture Primeros días
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture La Espera
  • Guillermo Rigattieri Steampunk sculpture  Suban a mi brazo
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures Argentine
  • Guillermo Rigattieri – Steampunk sculptures

SteamPunk sculptures de Guillermo Rigattieri

SteamPunk sculptures de Guillermo Rigattieri  (Argentine) (1976)

À 18 ans, il part vivre à Mendoza pour entrer à l’Université des Arts. Ses première sculptures ont été conçues avec différents matériaux (argile, bois, plâtre, latex, ciment, métal) mais il decide de d’approfondir son travail avec le métal. Ses sculptures, tres poétiques nous invite à participer à un monde magique. Enfants, animaux , bateaux qui font naufrage dans l’air, des êtres impossibles, machines, artefacts, jeux et humour sont quelques-uns des éléments qui résume son univers fantastique.

A los 18 años viajo a Mendoza capital para ingresar a la universidad de artes U.N.C 
sus primeras experiencias escultóricas fueron concebidas en distintos materiales(arcilla , madera, yeso ,látex ,cemento, metal ) .Es este último , el metal , lo que Rigattieri elije para desarrollar su obra .
En sus esculturas la imaginería poética nos invita a participar de un mundo mágico donde se relacionan distintos elementos y temática.
Niños, animales , barcos que naufragan en el aire, seres imposibles ,maquinas , éxodos ,artefactos voladores ,bestias , música , juegos y humor son algunos de los elementos que se combinan para crear un universo de fantasía .

 

  • Setsuko Morita – Sculptor Japan
  • Setsuko Morita – Sculptor Japan
  • Setsuko Morita – Sculptor Japan
  • Setsuko Morita – Sculptor Japan
  • Setsuko Morita – Sculptor Japan
  • Setsuko Morita – Sculptor Japan
  • Work of Kanami Ogata and Setsuko Morita / Japan

Magic world of metal of Setsuko Morita

Magic world of metal of Setsuko Morita, sculptor Japan.

 

  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion face – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – the Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion back – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Lion back – Steampunk sculpture
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Portrait with Lion
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures Tiger
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures Tiger
  • Selçuk Yılmaz – Steampunk sculptures lynx

LION – Steampunk Sculptures de Selçuk Yılmaz

LION – Steampunk Sculptures de Selçuk Yılmaz. (Turquie)

Selçuk Yılmaz - Portrait with Lion

Selçuk Yılmaz – Portrait with Lion

Créé avec 4000 pieces de métal, ce magnifique Lion est de l’artiste turc Selçuk Yılmaz. Un an de travail dans la coupe manuelle et le martelage de chaque pièce métallique individuelle. Le travail final pèse environ 250 kg.

  • Découvrez son travail sur Behance.

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Created from nearly 4,000 pieces of metal scraps, Aslan (Turkish for Lion), is a recent sculpture by Istanbul-based artist Selçuk Yılmaz. The piece took nearly a year of work and involved hand-cutting and hammering of each individual metal piece. The final work weighs roughly 550 pounds (250kg). 

  • Lisa Black – Heart / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Departed Ram 541 – Lisa Black / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Vervet I by Lisa Black / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Departed Skulls – Lisa Black / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • lisa black- fixed faon / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Lisa Black – Fixed Fawn / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Departed Skulls2 – Lisa Black / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • lisa black – wings / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Pheasant Wings – Lisa Black 2012 / Taxidermy sculpture art
  • Fixed Black Bird by Lisa Black / Taxidermy sculpture art

Steampunk Taxidermy Art by Lisa Black

Steampunk Taxidermy Art by Lisa Black. Sculptor, Jeweller and Artist based in Auckland, New Zealand, born in Australia in 1982.

lisa black- fixed faon / Taxidermy sculpture art

lisa black- fixed faon / Taxidermy sculpture art

Her love of animals and their form, combined with a preoccupation with an imminent future where technology and biology are intimately combined, led her to create her ongoing series of modified animals.
By creating beauty within this supposed paradox, she challenges the concept of a world separated into the ‘sacrosanct’ natural and ‘vulgar’ industrial.

  • 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

  • Maja Taneva – Metal wire sculptures (Macedonia)
  • Maja Taneva – sculptures fils
  • Maja Taneva – sculpture fil, terre
  • Maja Taneva – Metal wire sculptures (Macedonia)
  • Maja Taneva – Metal wire sculptures (Macedonia)
  • Maja Taneva – Metal wire sculptures (Macedonia)

Metal wire sculptures by Maja Taneva

Metal wire sculptures by Maja Taneva (Macedonia), using industrial wire ropes for modeling sculptures and wall installations.

 

  • Andrew Chase – robotic run cycle
  • Andrew Chase – sculpture metal
  • Andrew Chase – rex -metal sculptures
  • Mechanical metal sculptures – Rex -Andrew Chase
  • andrew chase – metal sculpture steampunk
  • Andrew Chase – Gorilla / Mechanical metal sculpture

Mechanical metal sculptures by Andrew Chase

SteamPunk, beautiful Mechanical metal sculptures by  Andrew Chase. (Photography & sculptures)

 


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