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Plant Art

Plant Art !

A living green wall.
An antidote to cynicism.
A meditation on love.

LOVE Plant Art

LOVE Plant Art

  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures6
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures7
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures5
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures4
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures1
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures3
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures2
  • Ignacio Canales Aracil – art of flower sculptures

Pressed flowers sculptures of Ignacio Canales Aracil

Pressed flowers sculptures of Ignacio Canales Aracil. Spanish artist.
/ Source : ThisIsColossal

The art of flower pressing dates back thousands of years; pressed flowers were reportedly discovered in a 3,000-year-old coffin of Tutankhamun’s mother in Egypt, and both Greek and Roman botanists were known to preserve plants using techniques that continue today. But Aracil’s method is a bit different, relying on large cone-shaped molds into which carefully woven patches of hand-picked flower stems are placed. The pieces dry for up to a month without the aid of adhesives and are sprayed with a light varnish to protect the sculpture from moisture. The final pieces, which could be crushed with even the slightest weight, are rigid enough to stand without support.

  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed taxidermy tapestries sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Waiting for the spark of life
  • Frédérique Morrel – Sculptures tapissées
  • Frédérique Morrel – Mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – horse sculptures tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel – Gallery preview sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Gallery preview sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Vintage tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel univers
  • Frédérique Morrel – mixed taxidermy tapestries sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – THE PURGATORY CORNER- Sculptures tapissées
  • Frédérique Morrel – Sculptures tapissées
  • Frederique Morrel’s Xmas windo at Bergdorf Goodman
  • Frédérique Morrel – Vintage tapestries
  • Frédérique Morrel – sculptures trophy
  • Frédérique Morrel – bonny – mixed media textile sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Beautiful Art Tapestry sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel – Tapestry Sculptures
  • Frédérique Morrel portrait
  • Frédérique Morrel portrait artiste

Beautiful Art Tapestries sculptures of Frederique Morrel

Beautiful Art Tapestry sculptures of Frederique Morrel. Multi-talent artiste (France, Paris)

Craquage total pour l’œuvre très créative de cette artiste !
Un univers frais, coloré et joyeux.

Frédérique Morrel - bonny - mixed media textile sculptures

“We speak to animals in their own language. We like materials that tell stories of simple, ideal happiness, and that have been caressed by many hands.
We are inspired by Adam and Eve. The Garden of Eden. temptation. Original sin. The fall of man. Paradise Lost. Deluge. Apocalypse. Noah’s ark. Redemption. Re-birth. Vanities. Veneration.
We Question the dynamics of man vs woman, craft vs industry, of art vs decoration, of man vs animal, of beauty vs ugly, luxury vs cheap.”

  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculpture tronc – Sculpteur Sicile
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures tronc
  • Giuseppe Agnello – Resine poliestere – Sculptures Sicile
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures femme arbre
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures Italie
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)
  • Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)
  • Portrait Giuseppe Agnello – Sculpteur Sicile

One with nature – Sculptures Giuseppe Agnello

One with nature – Sculptures Giuseppe Agnello (Sicily)

L’homme, le temps et la mémoire…

Giuseppe Agnello - sculptures (Sicily)

Giuseppe Agnello – sculptures (Sicily)

  • 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.

Beautiful and luminous Tree Installation – Tom Price

Beautiful and luminous Tree Installation – Tom Price

Tom Price - Trees Installation

Inspiration for this installation came from the iconic cherry trees of Washington DC. Tom Price constructed a series of sweeping sculptures out of polypropylene tubing, referencing the shapes of the trees and their blossoms. The result was a unique, immersive and site-specific installation, taking over an entire room of Industry Gallery, Washington DC.

Materials:
Polypropylene tubes, nylon cable ties, ultra fine stainless steel wire rope.

  • Magnifiques photographies baleines – Darren Jew
  • Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful under sea photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful whales photo – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Darren Jew – Young male humpback
  • Beautiful whales photo – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful under sea photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful under sea photography – Darren Jew – Australia
  • Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia

Plongez avec Darren Jew

Plongez avec Darren Jew ! (Australia) et découvrez ses photographies sous-marines exceptionnelles, notamment de baleines.
Il  a travaillé durant 8 ans pour le Parc National du Queensland. Il voyage en Australie, en Afrique, Alaska, Patagonie, ou encore en Antartique.. et shoot en canon.

Beautiful whales photography - Darren Jew - Australia

Beautiful whales photography – Darren Jew – Australia

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Having been inspired to explore a career in nature photography by my father’s travels in Antarctica, I now pursue a passion for capturing and sharing the wonder of the natural world.
After graduating from the Queensland College of Art, I first worked in commercial photography, before taking up a position as photographer with the Queensland National Parks and Wildlife Service, where I worked for 8 years.
I moved on from that part of my career in 1994 and my work is now published widely in books, magazines and paper products. I’ve had the opportunity to photograph extensively across Australia and in Africa, Alaska, Patagonia and Antarctica and have introduced many people to the world’s great wildlife and landscape destinations first hand, through small group photography tours, predominantly to Africa and Antarctica and the Pacific.

Canon Master:: Darren Jew from Untitled Film Works on Vimeo.

  • 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.
  • Adonna Khare Artist – wolfes
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Chimps
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque Sleeping-Chimp
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresques Murales
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque lions
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque Murale ours
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Fresque éléphants
  • Adonna Khare Artist – Mural Fresque Elephants
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  • Adonna portrait – fresques murales

Fresques murales de Adonna Khare

Fresques murales de Adonna Khare, Southern California Based Artist. !!!

  • Amy Genser – Amarynthine Chartreuse / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – Amarynthine Chartreuse / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – grounded / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – River Run Too / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – East Coast Swell / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – Prince of Tides / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – we are water / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – amethyst migration_36x30x2.5 / Dimensional paper collages
  • Amy Genser – portrait

Dimensional paper collages – Amy Genser

Dimensional paper collages – Amy Genser / Collages are built from layered, rolled, and cut paper that are adhered to painted surfaces.

Amy Genser plays with paper and paint to explore her obsession with texture, pattern, and color. Evocative of natural forms and organic processes, her work is simultaneously irregular and ordered. She uses paper as pigment and constructs her pieces by layering, cutting, rolling, and combining paper.

The natural world is a clear source for Amy’s work. She is fascinated by the flow of water, the shape of beehives, and the organic irregularity of plants, flowers, rock formations, barnacles, moss, and seaweed. Her pieces bring to mind aerial landscape views, satellite imagery, and biological cellular processes.

Amy’s love affair with paper began in a paper-making class at the Rhode Island School of Design, where she received a masters degree in Graphic Design. Amy lives in West Hartford, CT with her husband and three sons, and spends her summers on the beach in Rhode Island.

  • 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

Tree of Life poster

Tree of Life poster !

The lives of animals revolve around their living space, the rainforest. And since animals are not able to speak for themselves, the destruction of their habitat leaves them suffering in silence. 
This unique poster aims to highlight the responsibility we have in letting animal species thrive in their natural environment—we have a choice whether or not to preserve nature and let it grow. Specially designed to assert this crucial message, it forms the basis of social attitudes towards Mother Nature for the many people out there who want to make a difference in our world.

tree of life_Poster print

tree of life_Poster print

 

Pour la préservation des fonds marins

Pour la préservation des fonds marins… La BD qui détruit intermarché fait le buzz de l’année.

Tres interessant et magnifique illustré par Pénélope Bagieu

Pétition à signer.

 

 

 

 

  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure effloresco 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure Nepethese 2010
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure botanical
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure 2011
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical sculptures
  • Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Botanical No 3
  • Leigh Michelson – sculptures

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson

Organic sculptures of Leigh Taylor Mickelson (USA)

Leigh Taylor Mickelson - Lure albiflora

Leigh Taylor Mickelson – Lure albiflora

“My ceramic sculpture explores the different components of self, sexuality and family, and how these components relate and conflict with one another. I use forms from nature, especially ones found in plant life, as a means of expressing these components. Being full of dichotomy, the elements of natural forms act as a metaphor for the spiritual, emotional and physical extremes that exist within our selves, our love relationships and our family units. 

The Lure and Botanical Duet series give homage to one of the most recent inspirations for my work: a plant’s will to pollinate. For me, the private “business” of flowering plants reveals a world that mimics human interaction to a fascinating degree. In addition, the forms found inside plants, once magnified, divulge a beauty that is regrettably unseen by the naked eye. In my work, I aim to capture the essence of these organic forms, reveal their beauty, and hence celebrate nature’s will to attract and therefore produce.”

  • Leah Brown – Wolfie sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Pigman / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Pigman – head / Sculpture hyper-realiste
  • Leah Brown – Birth of a Whisper / Sculpture
  • Leah Brown – Wolfie / Sculpture hyper-realiste
  • Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland
  • Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown, proche de l’univers de Patricia Piccinini – Sculptures hyper-realistes ou s’en rapprochant..

Leah Brown sculptures - Borderland

Leah Brown sculptures – Borderland – 2014 Exhibition at the University of Miami’s Wynwood Gallery

“La “mentalité archaïque” est caractérisée par la croyance que les humains peuvent avoir une claire conscience d’eux-mêmes en confrontant à ce qu’est une personne et en même temps à ce qu’elle n’est pas. Cette confrontation, dans de nombreuses cultures, se produit par le rêve ou dans un état illusoire, lesquels projettent le rêveur dans des corps inconnus et des situations.
Les œuvres que je présente ici sont les représentations visuelles de cette idée de transformation et de leurs conséquences, et des tentatives de comprendre visuellement la nature de ma propre réalité .
Les installations sont constituées de restes récupérés sur les routes : coton, paille pour fonder des vêtements et des ordures .
Mes sculptures sont comme les habitants de ces paysages traversés, les personnages y sont des versions métamorphosés. Les “femmes” que je crée sont symboliquement des amalgames d’archétypes féminins et de symboles personnels modifiés, elles sont composés de pièces de fonderie de mes propres parties du corps mélangés avec des objets trouvés et sculptés. Mon intention est de modifier la perception de leur environnement et de les sortir de leurs cadres ordinaires afin de leur donner l’expérience d’être transporté dans un autre monde.
Lorsq’une personne remet en question sa propre réalité, même pour un instant, l’expérience devient inoubliable, et j’ai accompli quelque chose de beaucoup plus important qu’une simple combinaison de matériaux ici.”

Archaic mentality is characterized by the belief that humans can gain a clear consciousness of themselves by confronting what a person is and simultaneously is not. This confrontation, in many cultures, occurs within the dream or in an illusory state, whereby the dreamer projects herself into unfamiliar bodies and situations. The works that I am presenting here are the visual representations of this idea of transformation and consequence, and are attempts at visually understanding the nature of my own reality.
The installations are made up of the American roadside’s leftovers which constitute my personal landscape with everything from cotton and straw to found clothing and trash. The sculptures are like the denizens of these landscape in the way that in dreams, the characters therein are modified versions of the self. The usually female figures I create are symbolically modified amalgams of feminine archetypes and personal symbols, and are composed of castings of my own body parts blended with found and sculpted objects. My intention is to alter my viewers’ perceptions of their surroundings, taking them out of their ordinary frames of mind and giving them the experience of being transported into another world. When a person questions their own reality for even a moment, the experience becomes unforgettable, and I have accomplished something much greater than a mere combination of materials.

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