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  • Becky Grismer – sculpture Host
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin3
  • Becky Grismer – sculpture roots

Becky Grismer Art

Becky Grismer Art – sculptures, watercolor & acrylics (USA)

Becky Grismer - sculpture New Skin

Becky Grismer – sculpture New Skin

Sculptures New Skin is part of a series of tree bark figures that are meant to represent some of the individual characteristics shared by trees and humans. New Skin III represents the common characteristic of both trees and humans naturally exfoliating their skin. The sculpture is made entirely from birch and hickory shag bark. Both are trees that naturally shed their bark or “skin”.

 

  • Marc Sijan – Sculptures hyperrealistes
  • Marc Sijan – sculptures hyperealistes – Old woman
  • Marc Sijan – levitation / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – man / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – Sculpture hyper realiste
  • Marc Sijan – Lady in Black / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – embrace / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan – birth / Sculptures hyper-realistes
  • Marc Sijan Life-Size Figurative Hyper Realistic Sculpture

Sculptures hyper-realistes de Marc Sijan

Sculptures hyper-realistes de Marc Sijan, born in Serbia in 1946.

Marc Sijan - Sculpture hyper realiste

Marc Sijan – Sculpture hyper realiste

Sijan’s inspiration was Michelangelo’s David; he was always fascinated by Michelangelo’s awareness of human anatomy and his ability to execute this awareness. However, unlike Michelangelo, Sijan does not celebrate the ideal form; his works are tributes to real people and in their realism, they are unpretentious and gritty and communicate a deep sense of emotion. In order to achieve the ultra-realistic finish, Sijan initially works from a live model and produces a plaster mould. He then sculpts the interior of the mould with tools and a magnifying glass and then casts the figure in a polyester resin. To achieve realistic flesh tones, Sijan applies twenty-five coats of paint and varnish. His goal is to achieve depth, yet translucency and spends as long as six months reproducing these details on each piece.

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