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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

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

Poché Studio – Dolls sculptures

Poché Studio – Dolls sculptures (USA)

Poché Studio - Dolls sculpture

Poché Studio – Dolls sculpture

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

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

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

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

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

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

  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – America
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – America
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – America
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Lost acquisition
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Lost acquisition
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Never mind mind
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Never mind mind
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Never mind mind
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Never mind mind
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Never mind mind
  • Midori Harima – Paper sculptures

Paper sculptures Midori Harima

Paper sculptures Midori Harima (Japan)
Most of this sculptures created with “Paper, Xeroxed archival paper, archival tape, methyl cellulose paste, paper clay..”

La plupart de ses sculptures ont été créées avec : du Papier, papier d’archives Xerox, ruban d’archives, pâte de methylcellulose, papier mâché…

Midori Harima - Paper sculptures - Lost acquisition

Midori Harima – Paper sculptures – Lost acquisition

  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – “Marqué” Mixed media – h. 55 cm
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – “Indoor Secret” 2014 – Mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculpture
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures Mixed Media Art
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media
  • “Getting out the Pitt” – mixed media sculpture, Stroff Denis
  • Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media – portrait artiste

Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculptures

Stroff Denis – Mixed media sculptures (Belgique)
Sculptures, technique mixte : Bois, papier, papier mâché, acrylique, coton, lin, ficelle.

Poétiques, macabres et dérangeantes, les sculptures de Stroff, artiste autodidacte.

Stroff Denis – Sculptures mixed media

(voir aussi les sculptures mixed-media de Sabrina Gruss)

  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Wild dog pup sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Rhino baby sculpture
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Glazing the Hyena sculpture
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Wild dog sculpture WIP
  • Nick Mackman sculpture – Wild dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Polar bear sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculptures
  • Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Huddle of wild dog pups
  • Nick Mackman – Wild dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Huddle of painted dog pups
  • Nick Mackman – chien – Painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – African painted dog sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – Aardvark sculpture
  • Nick Mackman Animal Sculpture
  • Nick Mackman – portrait

Animal sculptures by Nick Mackman

Animal sculptures by Nick Mackman. (UK) / Drawing on her experience as a rhino keeper and on safari, she aims to get under the skin of the animal and then recreate it, giving each one its own personality. Her pieces are Raku fired, argile or papier maché used.

Nick Mackman - Painted dog sculpture

Nick Mackman – Painted dog sculpture

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  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet Crucifixion / sculpures
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet – Sculptures Copyright © Arcane Sin 2013
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet -Sculptures
  • Paul Toupet – Masque de Papa Accroupi
  • Paul Toupet – sculpture / expo
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures / bunny creature
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures / bunny creature
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture lapin mask
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture – Copyright © Arcane Sin 2013
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture “Black black” 2016 – 163 cm
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture “Black black” 2016 – 163 cm
  • Paul Toupet – sculptures
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture (detail)Copyright © Arcane Sin 2013
  • Paul Toupet – Sculpture “Discussion” 2016
  • Paul Toupet – sculpture – Mickey
  • Paul Toupet – Mask – Serial Rabbits / sculptures

Poetic scary world with Paul Toupet

Poetic scary world with Paul Toupet… (France) – born 1979

Paul Toupet - sculptures

Paul Toupet – sculptures

Paul Toupet is a designer who was born in 1979 in Paris. Trained at the famous Penninghen art school and at the Workshop of Fine-Arts of Glacière in Paris, Paul Toupet has worked on the theme of human representation since 1996.Since May 1999, he displays his very particular and resolutely modern “Wax Puppets”: nucleated eyes, mouths vomiting braids, dressed in torn tissue or feathers, at a human or a child scale…
His art sometimes evokes childhood, sometimes mummies, the charred bodies of Pompeii, it revisits African art or religious art. The work of Paul Toupet is the fruit of multiple influences which are mixed and embezzle to create a poetic or provocating , a peaceful or scary world, according to the spectator’s gaze.
He is inspired by this artificial creature which have many anatomics possibilities. His work aims at transcribing a pure act of creation by the means of the unconscious which is expressed by the body. The Dolls of Paul Toupet seem to be out of time. This hybrid being would be involved in the formation of an intangible universe. Inanimate, almost eternal, it belongs to the uncanny but it is not devoid of a certain humor, even of a touch of burlesque. Dolls are spatial and temporal representations of the mores and folklore of a society.They materialise a certain conception of desire and phantasm.

Face à face from Vincent Galiano on Vimeo.

  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • maria rita – sculptures – New Lolita
  • maria rita – sculptures
  • Maria Rita. Trema Arte Contemporânea.
  • Maria-Rita-Per-sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita – Paper sculpture
  • Maria Rita Pires – sculptures

Maria Rita Paper Sculpteur

Maria Rita Paper Sculpteur. (Espagne.)
Découvrez les magnifiques sculptures en papier maché de Maria Rita, féerique et romantique…

Maria Rita - Paper sculpture

 

  • katya
  • sculpture-katya
  • katia-fairy-sculptures
  • femme-ronde-sulpture
  • KATYA Fairy tales – 11 cm, papier mache, modelling clay
  • KATYA Fairy tales – 11 cm, papier mache, modelling clay

KATYA Fairy tales

Les suberpes sculptures  de KATYA Fairy tales (Cyprus)

KATYA Fairy tales - 11 cm, papier mache, modelling clay

KATYA Fairy tales – 11 cm, papier mache, modelling clay


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