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  • Armelle Blary – Sirene-2009
  • Armelle Blary – jattendrai – Sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – Echo -2004 – sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – Daphné – sculpture textile
  • Armelle Blary – chaussure – 2008 sculpture fil de fer

Sculptures métamorphosées et poétiques de Armelle Blary

Sculptures métamorphosées et poétiques de Armelle Blary. (France) – Tissus, fil de fer

Armelle Blary - Daphné - sculpture textile

Son univers personnel se développe dans des œuvres où l’humain, l’objet, l’animal, le végétal se croisent dans une poétique de l’entre-deux et du devenir.
Nourrie de littérature, Armelle Blary recourt volontiers aux mythes anciens. Elle puise dans les récits de métamorphose matière à produire des formes inédites qui embrassent dans une même énergie le vivant et le perdu. Le prétexte poétique devenant ainsi le moyen privilégié d’une réflexion sur le désir, la mort, l’amour, la foi…

  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk 215cm 2014
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture cyclist in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk sculpture details
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk details
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – heretyk II
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – flightless sculpture
  • Artist : Grzegorz Gwiazda Sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – expo sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture in progress
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures Heretic
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Sculptures Barcelone with Grzegorz Gwiazda
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – Sculptures secret, bronze
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – sculpture
  • Grzegorz Gwiazda – portrait artiste sculpture

From one style to the other, from one artistic medium to another… Sculptures of Grzegorz Gwiazda

From one style to the other, from one artistic medium to another… Sculptures of Grzegorz Gwiazda. (Pologne) – Bronze, resin, ceramics, paper…

Grzegorz Gwiazda - heretyk details

About figurative: This seems to be the only indisputable element of this artist’s works: nevertheless, by taking a closer look, Gwiazda makes his human figures appear out of shapeless mass of matter. Therefore, his characters tend to or come from abstraction.
About titles: They – as the characters they describe – come from the classical themes of the history of ancient arts, such as, for example, the Minotaur, or from the origins of modern times, such as, for example, the cyclist. Nevertheless, one can easily realize that, behind past subjects, Gwiazda is hiding characters from the present.
About the style: Each of his sculptures has a prevailing style: some of them are certainly expressionist works; others are so solemn that they recall the socialist realism; others are more abstract; some others show the violence of the late 19th century realism or of the modern realism of the Young British Art; others are warped in surrealist or symbolist tone. Nevertheless, the prevailing style is continuously denied in the body itself of the sculpture, so that every work shows a stylistic reference and its opposite at the same time.

About the medium: In all Gwiazda sculptures, great attention is paid to the colouring and the patina. Sometimes not only the colour is important but also the fact itself that it is “painted” on the work, insomuch as the artist leaves the effects of the drops and strokes visible. One might wonder if the sculptures are a mass that emerges from the two-dimensional surface of painting or if the latter is the inevitable conclusion of the sculptor’s work.

 

Sculptures Barcelone with Grzegorz Gwiazda

>> Grzegorz Gwiazda will be teaching a sculpture workshop at the BAA Poblenou from 10-14 and 17 to 21 July, 2017. +info
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – palpitations 420 x 850 cm
  • Martine Schildge – art textile artiste

Subtilité et matière Martine Schildge

Subtilité et matière Martine Schildge. Née en 1951, vit et travaille à Paris.

Martine Schildge - art textile artiste

Dans son travail, l’artiste se met à l’ouvrage en nous proposant des installations de textiles blancs. Coutures et broderies se dévoilent au fil d’un parcours conçu de volumes intrigants. Le blanc donne le ton et apporte aux formes la douceur et la fluidité que la subtilité des matières accentue. Dans ce monde, l’intimité et le silence sont de mise.
Mais le songe bascule lorsque l’on contemple de plus près ces figures. Les formes, de plus en plus inquiétantes, sont suspendues, errantes ou encore pour certaines, enfermées et lovées dans des cages de tissus.

Les installations de Martine Schildge font toujours corps avec l’espace. Dans un premier temps, l’artiste s’approprie le lieu et son histoire (carnets de croquis, photographies) et y intègre ensuite mentalement ses formes imaginaires. Verre, céramique, œuvres cousues main et brodées avec diverses matières : tulle, feutre, gaz, organdi, molleton…, de couleur blanche, suscitent toutes sortes d’interrogations et d’émotions.
  • 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.

  • Kris Kuksi –  Capricorn Rising – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – Dharma Bovine – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  The Prague parade – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Reticent affair- sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi – sculpture -details
  • Kris Kuksi –  Triumph – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  The Prague parade opus1 – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Eden – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi –  Capricorn Rising – sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – sculptures – expo
  • Kris Kuksi – Sculpture
  • Kris Kuksi – The anatomy of war – 2005

AWSOME Mixed media sculptures of Kris Kuksi

AWSOME Mixed media sculptures of Kris Kuksi
et le mot est faible face à son imagination, des détails et de la technique !
(Born 1973, in Springfield Missouri and growing up in neighboring Kansas)

Kris Kuksi - Dharma Bovine - sculpture

A post-industrial Rococo master, Kris Kuksi obsessively arranges characters and architecture in asymmetric compositions with an exquisite sense of drama. Instead of stones and shells he uses screaming plastic soldiers, miniature engine blocks, towering spires and assorted debris to form his landscapes.
The political, spiritual and material conflict within these shrines is enacted under the calm gaze of remote deities and august statuary. Kuksi manages to evoke, at once, a sanctum and a mausoleum for our suffocated spirit. Guillermo del Toro

  • Lion – Kendra Haste – Galvanised wire Sculptures
  • Kendra Haste – lion – sculpture fil de fer – grillages / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – HORSE HEAD -sculpture fil de fer  – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – HORSE HEAD -sculpture fil de fer  – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – HORSE HEAD -sculpture fil de fer  – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – Baboons – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – Baboons – Sculptures grillage / Galvanised wire
  • Kendra Haste – Timber wolf – Wire sculpture
  • Kendra Haste – ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) – Sculptures grillage
  • Kendra Haste – ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) – Sculptures grillage
  • Kendra Haste – Wire sculptures
  • Kendra Haste – RHINOCEROS – Steel armature & painted galvanised wire

Sculptures en { grillage } de Kendra Haste

Sculptures en { grillage } de Kendra Haste. (GB) / Galvanised wire Sculptures

Kendra Haste - ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) - Sculptures grillage

Kendra Haste – ARIZONA JACKRABBIT (2013) – Sculptures grillage

“What interests me most about studying animals is identifying the spirit and character of the individual creatures. I try to create a sense of the living, breathing subject in a static 3-D form, attempting to convey the emotional essence without indulging in the sentimental or anthropomorphic”

Recently commissioned by Historic Royal Palaces to fabricate thirteen sculptures as part of an exhibition ‘Royal Beasts’ exploring the history of the Royal Menagerie at the Tower of London. The work will remain on-site as a permanent installation once the exhibition finishes.
Made from her trademark material, galvanised wire; life-size lions, baboons, a polar bear and an elephant help tell the story of the exotic animals that were a popular tourist attraction at the Tower from the 1100s.

  • Sally Hewett – Reconstruction/Reduction – Textile sculpture
  • Sally Hewett – Putti – Textile sculpture
  • Sally Hewett – Thin skinned, Textile sculpture 2015
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – sugar lips
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin1
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin2
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Robert Walpole
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – fesses
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures
  • Textile Art Sally Hewett – Josephine
  • Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Rising Moons
  • Sally Hewett – Puts hairs on your chest – textile sculpture

Au ‘corps’ du détail – Textile Art Sally Hewett

Au ‘corps’ du détail – Textile Art Sally Hewett (England)

Sally Hewett - textile sculptures - Sisters under the skin2

Sally Hewett – textile sculptures – Sisters under the skin2

” My practice centres around ideas of beauty and ugliness and the conventions that determine which is seen as which.  I am interested in why some characteristics of bodies are considered beautiful and others ugly or disgusting.
My concern is with how we see things and how we interpret what we see:  does my particular way of representing bodies, using fabrics and stitching (with their historical and political associations), affect how the content of the work is seen? Is it seen as ugly, disgusting, beautiful, erotic, or just funny ? “

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  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – Giraffe
  • Magic Wire mesh sculptures by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Pauline Ohrel Sculptor – wire sculptures
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • Pauline Ohrel Sculptor – wire sculptures
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – portrait
  • sculptures fil de fer by Pauline Ohrel – le veilleur bienveillant du Luberon- 3,3m grillage
  • le veilleur bienveillant du Luberon- 3,3m grillage – Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – buste
  • fil de fer sculptures Poulain by Pauline Ohrel
  • Magic Wire mesh sculptures by Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel- expo
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – personnage
  • sculptures fil de fer by Pauline Ohrel – expo
  • Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel
  • fil de fer sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – portrait
  • Sculptures by Pauline Ohrel – portrait

Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel

Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel / Sculptures en fil de fer et sculptures figuratives (FR)

Mon travail du grillage est celui de la suggestion, de l’aperçu, lorsqu’il s’accroche en bas relief ombré, ou celui des tensions et mouvements lorsqu’il se renforce de fils d’acier. 
Toujours vers une plus grande fragilité… apparente.

Magic Wire mesh sculpture by Pauline Ohrel

  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – The Dowager Countess doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – The Bride of Frankenstein sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – The Bride of Frankenstein Art doll
  • Dustin Poche – Lypsinka doll sculptures
  • Dustin Poche – Lypsinka Art dolls
  • Dustin Poche – Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture
  • Dustin Poche – portrait – Art dolls sculpteur
  • Dustin Poche – portrait – Art dolls sculpteur

Art dolls sculptures by Dustin Poché

Art dolls sculptures by Dustin Poché. (USA)

Dustin Poche - Marlene Dietrich doll sculpture

Dustin Poché a fait ses études à l’Institut d’Art Colorado. Il puise son inspiration dans son amour de la mode et de son expérience à New York, où son travail impliquait la creation de costumes et d’illustrations dans l’industrie de la mode.
Ses premieres expériences dans le domaine a commencé avec la restauration de poupées de boudoir de 1920, qu’il expose et qui ont été plébiscitées.
J’ai beaucoup appris en travaillant sur des poupées anciennes, mais il y avait quelque chose qui me manquait dans le résultat final. J’ai donc sculpté des personnages avec des visages plus expressifs, avec plus d’émotions. “
Son inspiration vient d’expériences personnelles. « Mes pièces sont très personnelles et je dois être investis dans le concept … L’idée commence par une idée claire dans ma tête, commence alors mon travail  en argile, et avec différents autres médias que j’essaie pour créer de nouveaux effets “.
L’artiste aime travailler avec des textiles anciens et autres fibres naturelles pour créer les vêtements. L’utilisation de ces matériaux uniques ajoute à l’authenticité de ses sculptures.
Son travail a été inclus dans des publications artistiques et exposé.
J’aime le regard des gens et leur reaction sur mon travail. C’est cette émotion 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.”

  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress Projekt – Robes natures écologiques et durables
  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress Projekt – couture nature écologique et durable –
  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress Projekt – couture nature écologique et durable –  ruth
  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress Projekt – couture nature écologique et durable –  Lean
  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress Projekt – couture nature écologique et durable – barbara
  • Nicole Dextras – Mobile dress garden
  • Nicole Dextras – Mobile dress garden
  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress Projekt – couture nature écologique et durable – Mode nature
  • Nicole Dextras – StoreFront window display – Nature dress
  • Nicole Dextras – Store front vitrine – Nature dress
  • Nicole Dextras – Store front vitrine – Nature dress
  • Nicole Dextras – Little Green Dress
  • Nicole Dextras – Weleda dresses
  • Nicole Dextras – Nature shoes
  • Nicole Dextras – portrait

The nature dress & installations Nicole Dextras

The nature dress & installations Nicole Dextras – An environmental artist working with ephemeral materials. (Canada)

News : exposera ses “Mobile Garden Dress” : Jardins, Jardin aux Tuileries Paris, en Juin 2015.

Nicole Dextras - Little Green Dress

Le concept de “Little Dress Garden” a été créé afin que chaque femme ait au moins un élément dans sa garde-robe qui soit produit de façon durable et équitable. Le projet vise à sensibiliser sur l’impact de l’industrie sur notre environnement et d’offrir une possibilité réaliste de changement en créant une demande pour des meilleures pratiques par le biais des consommateurs.
Pour cette raison, les robes ont été entièrement créée à partir de matières organiques ; ” Portez-la et qu’elle se composte ! ” est le slogan.

Ce projet se démarque de la “robe noire” omniprésente avec celle qui est véritablement organique : fabriquées à partir de feuilles et de fleurs.
Sa conception est basée sur la robe classique, tout d’abord introduite dans les années 1960 par Coco Channel. Vingt-huit femmes participantes ont été choisies pour leur soutien et leur engagement dans l’éco-mode. Chaque robe a été créée sur mesure par l’artiste à partir de matériaux locaux qui représentent un large échantillon représentatif de femmes de tous âges et de tailles. 

Le projet a été présenté à l’exposition Earth Art à Vancouver, Canada  (2012) avec 28 robes, chacune drapée sur un socle en bois, et photographiée du début de sa création jusqu’à sa décomposition.

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My focus as an artist is to create environmental art and ephemeral installations based on the principles of a socially engaged art practice. The Weedrobes series, which began in 2005 as an experiment in making garments from leaves and flowers has now evolved into a series that also examines consumerism, the fashion industry and the constructed landscape.
The intention of the Weedrobes series is to engage the public on several levels: through street interventions, garden settings and gallery exhibitions. Each new piece begins as a wearable sculpture constructed from local and renewable plant materials. It is then photographed with a model in a landscaped urban setting emphasizing the impact of humans on the natural environment. The third stage consists of a public intervention in a shopping area where the garment wearer engages with passersby regarding issues of disposable consumer goods. The garment/sculpture is later installed in a garden or park setting and left to decompose over time.

Nicole Dextras fait aussi de magnifiques décors de vitrine, toujours dans un esprit très nature.
  • 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.  

  • 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

  • Murielle Belin – La Ronde / Peinture
  • Murielle Belin – les Craniophages / Peinture
  • murielle belin – sculptures
  • murielle belin – reve siamois-detail
  • Murielle Belin – sculpture in formol
  • murielle belin – grande secheresse – sculptures
  • Murielle Belin – Sculptures ViEdermistes
  • Murielle Belin – Sculptures
  • Muriel Belin, Folla ratt femella, 2007, TM, 18×14.5×20 cm / © Atelier De moulin/Abbaye d’Auberive
  • Murielle Belin – Expo Poitiers
  • Murielle Belin – Peinture
  • Murielle Belin – Peinture
  • Murielle Belin – Peinture détail

Oeuvres ViEdermistes de Murielle Belin

Oeuvres VIEdermistes de Murielle Belin, inspirations imaginaires mixed-media sculptures, taxidermie, in formol, peintures et illustrations.
Travaille près de Nancy (1976).

Muriel Belin, Folla ratt femella, 2007, TM, 18x14.5x20 cm

Muriel Belin, Folla ratt femella, 2007, TM, 18 x 14.5 x 20 cm

 

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  • Sabrina Gruss – creatures sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – Sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media – La cavale
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  • Sabrina Gruss – Sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – Creatures sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – Creatures sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – Creatures sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media – Defunts animés – Franc debris
  • Sabrina Gruss – Sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – Cabinet de curiosités / Sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – creatures sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – creatures sculptures – Les anges decus
  • Sabrina Gruss – Sculptures Mix-media Art
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media /
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media /
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media – Defunts animés
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media – Defunts animés – L’oracle
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures
  • Sabrina Gruss – sculptures – Frima

L’Univers onirique de Sabrina Gruss

L’Univers onirique de Sabrina Gruss. (France)

Sabrina Gruss - sculptures mixed-media - La cavale

Sabrina Gruss – sculptures mixed-media – La cavale

/// Sabrina Gruss was born in Paris in 1958. It is during in her early childhood that the creation invites itself in her games. A the age of twenty, she moved to Provence where she studied to the School of fine Arts of Avignon and obtains in 1983 the Upper National Diploma of Plastic Expression. It is in 1993 that she develops her artistic personality. She settles down in the countryside where the surrounding nature suplies her all she needs to express herself and bring to life a strange and dreamlike world inhabited by characters made of bones, feathers and fibers. From 2000, her creatures, as she calls them, are exhibited in galleries. She is especially permanently represented by galleries Béatrice Soulié in Paris and Richard Nicolet in Provence. In addition to her artistic creation, Sabrina Gruss conducts art workshops in psychiatric institutions, jails and for youn adults in insertion. She is also involved in the artistic direction of exhibitions, for example in 1990 and 1991 for the Avignon Festival and in the design and realization of fountains, playgrounds, murals paintings, integrated into the urban landscape. ///
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Cadavres exquis et autres défunts animés… à découvrir :

  • 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


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