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  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Porcelaine Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor – Entangled Wonders A Vision of the Present and Future
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor – New Symbiosis, Grey Wolf
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor Porcelain – New Symbiosis, Grey Wolf
  • Crystal Morey Porcelaine Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Porcelaine Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor
  • Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor

Crystal Morey Porcelaine Sculptor

Crystal Morey Porcelaine Sculptor / California, USA

“Pulling from traditions of realism, craftsmanship, and art historical porcelain, I am looking to incorporate these customs of beauty, while also building a contemporary, science based, environmental narrative of today. A story that reminds us of the importance of our natural spaces, and that all living creatures are connected through a thread of time and a fragile world. ” Crystal Morey

Fascinating sculptures, hybrid human/animal, so poetic !

Crystal Morey Artist Sculptor Porcelain





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  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Don Tancredo,81 x 25 x 21 cm, bronze sculpture
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet, 83 x 30x 20 cm, bronze
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet (détail), 83 x 30x 20 cm, bronze
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, En la dehesa, 71 x 64 x 59 cm, Bronze
  • CODERCH – MALAVIA – The swimmer- sculpture
  • Coderch & Malavia, Sculptors – Learning to Fly, life size. Bronze.
  • Coderch & Malavia, Sculptors – Learning to Fly, life size. Bronze.
  • Coderch & Malavia, Sculptors – Learning to Fly, life size. Bronze.
  • Coderch & Malavia, Sculptors – Learning to Fly, life size. Bronze.
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet, 83 x 30x 20 cm, bronze
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, The faun, 73 x 25 x 20 cm, Bronze
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet, 83 x 30x 20 cm, bronze
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet, 83 x 30x 20 cm – bronze
  • CODERCH & MALAVIA, Don Tancredo, 81 x 25 x 21 cm, bronze

Coderch & Malavia sculptures

Coderch & Malavia sculptures (ES)

CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet (détail), 83 x 30x 20 cm, bronze

CODERCH & MALAVIA, Hamlet (détail), 83 x 30x 20 cm, bronze

Joan CODERCH né à Barcelone en 1959 et Javier MALAVIA né à San Sebastian en 1970, vivent et travaillent en Espagne.

Beaux-Arts de Barcelone et Faculté des Beaux-Arts de Valence.

Juan Coderch et Javier Malavia se rencontrent au sein de l’équipe de sculpteurs de la société Lladró, première manufacture espagnole de porcelaine.  Coderch et Malavia y travaillent durant 20 ans. Ils réalisent à travers le monde des démonstrations de sculptures et parcourent ensemble le Japon, Hong Kong, la Corée, la Chine, Taiwan, le Canada et la Grande-Bretagne…

Ils décident ensuite de créer leur propre atelier. A la recherche de nouveaux champs d’inspiration, les 2 artistes traitent entre autres celui du monde de la tauromachie (avec la collaboration du Torero Luis Francisco Espla).

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  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Cri du coeur 2016
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Cri du coeur 2016
  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Réchauffement climatique – polymer-Laque-Aérographe-epoxy
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Réchauffement climatique – polymer-Laque-Aérographe-epoxy1
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Mea Culpa – Polymer-laque-Aérographe
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – Le temps de réflexion 2014 – Assemblage-verre-graines
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – L’air du temps 2014
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – L’air du temps 2014
  • Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer
  • Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer
  • Nel-14512 sculptures – PORTRAIT

Nel-14512 sculptures

Nel-14512 sculptures – (née à Etterbeek en 1986) Depuis 2003 sa vie se déroule dans la cité ardente (Liège).

Nel-14512 sculpture - Complexe commercial 2014 - Plâtre-Polymer

Nel-14512 sculpture – Complexe commercial 2014 – Plâtre-Polymer

“Elle cultive un style figuratif, mais est profondément attachée au surréalisme dont elle est la porte parole depuis plusieurs années déjà. 
Le choc visuel produit par la juxtaposition d’images ou d’objets incongrus, agencés dans une production signifiante, sont l’un des fondement de la poétique surréaliste et la base de ses recherches.
Elle cherche une expression philosophique qui bouscule les idées figées donnant naissance à une logique engendrée de l’illogique.”

  • Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Photos Galerie Bayart
  • Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Tête de léopard grognant – Bronze – 27 x 17 x 26 cm
  • Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Photos Galerie Bayart
  • Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Photos Galerie Bayart
  • Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Cheetah mâle – Bronze – 66 x 128 x 28 cm
  • Patrick Villas – Panthère Royal Boch – Bronze – 87 x 159 cm
  • Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Léopard assis – Bronze – 90 x 55 x 40 cm

Patrick Villas – Sculpteur animalier

Patrick Villas – Sculpteur animalier (b. 1961 / Belgique, vit en France),
travaille le bronze, mixed media ou le papier en sculpture et peint.

Patrick Villas is a contemporary sculptor, working in bronze, mixed media or paper. His art consists of human and animal sculptures, portraits and drawings or painting (oil on canvas or board). 

EXPO : Patrick Villas à découvrir au Centre d’art contemporain de la Matmut du 2 juillet au 2 Octobre 2016 :
Une soixantaine de sculptures, des tableaux, des dessins dans un lieu magique, tout près de Rouen.

Patrick Villas - Sculptures - Cheetah mâle - Bronze - 66 x 128 x 28 cm

Patrick Villas – Sculptures – Cheetah mâle – Bronze – 66 x 128 x 28 cm

  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Redsmall
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Torn
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Red
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – I would rather be Red
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Her constant Companions
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – From my rotting body, flowers shall grow and I am in them and that is eternity
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Borderland Project
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Borderland Project
  • Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Blue – Treat me Pink – Handmade Art Doll

Emilie Steele Art doll’s

Emilie Steele Art doll’s / Sweden

Emilie Steele Art doll's - Borderland Project

Emilie Steele Art doll’s – Borderland Project

  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Cephalothoracopagus
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Diminish – cartridge paper, netting, fishing line – 2012
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Diminish – cartridge paper, netting, fishing line – 2012
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Heavy Head  – silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Heavy Head  – silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Lick – resin, fibreglass, oil paint 16.5 x 24.5 x 19 cm, 2010
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Milker – mohair, silicone, resin, fibre glass, oil paint 28 x 30 x 18cm, 2011
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Milker – mohair, silicone, resin, fibre glass, oil paint 28 x 30 x 18cm, 2011
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Rack – silicone, mohair, porcelain, resin, fibreglass, oil paint 28 x 30 x 18cm – 2011
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Sevens / Horses
  • Christy Langer – Sculpture Suspended Animation – details
  • Christy Langer – Sculptures
  • Christy Langer – Studio portrait

Christy Langer mixed media art

Christy Langer mixed media art sculptures and installation. (born 1980)
Christy Langer is a Canadian artist graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from the Ontario College of Art & Design (OCADU) in 2003.
Lived in Berlin.

Christy Langer - Sculpture Heavy Head - silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010

Christy Langer – Sculpture Heavy Head – silicone, mohair, resin, oil paint, fibreglass 41 x 18 x 10 cm, 2010

  • David Oliveira – “Dog” wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – “Dog” wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures dog
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures Poumons
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures tree birds
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures Octopus
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures Octopus
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Wire sculptures
  • David Oliveira – Expo sculptures
  • David Oliveira – portrait sculpteur Portugal

David Oliveira – Wire sculptures

David Oliveira – Wire sculptures (Portugal)

David Oliveira - Wire sculptures

David Oliveira – Wire sculptures

David Oliveira works are essentially a work of visual perception to the viewer. The truth behind each work lies on each one memories and their ability to stare and see.
Davids works are fragile, made of humble material and intimately related to the idea of the passage of time, in which, like with a human body subject to the role of the years and opposite to Oscar Wilde´s idea, his works do get old and get a “patine”. It´s over this idea of a continuous time schedule that David works his figures.
His figures play with their presence and their invisibility at the real space. This duality between opposite concepts is a constant in his work.
David innovative method relies in the Drawing methodology in surrounding areas through the use of the line, a line that in the hands of David becomes three dimensional and lives in the sculpture´s filed.
The Flesh in his works is not a barrier but work as a door to a new interior or exterior world. The idea itself of interior | exterior is questioned existing only in the perceptive path.
There are no boundaries in David´s work, this boundaries are put by each one only because each one as their own ideas of logic and knowledge.
Everything in his works, as we found in nature, relay on a structure. For David Oliveira his works must exist under the same conditions as everything in nature, nothing stands forever. Everything has a finite live, occupies a space (virtual or not) and are free. (text : Facebook profil)

 

  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Conversion2”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Guardians’ Fall”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “In Me”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Security Summit”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “The guardian”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “We Luv U Dad!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Who Did it? Again!”
  • ‘The Backup’ – sculpture by Johnson Tsang
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpture
  • Johnson Tsang artist Lucid Dream 10 – 2016
  • Johnson Tsang – Trump sculpture – The other side of the president
  • Johnson Tsang – Sculpteur portrait

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang – Sculptures

Johnson Tsang - Sculpture "Oops"

Johnson Tsang – Sculpture “Oops”

Johnson Tsang travaille à Hong Kong, il crée des sculptures en porcelaine, en acier inoxydable et participe à des projets d’art public.
Tsang met sa technique au service de son imagination surréaliste, et ses sculptures rassemblent souvent l’intégration des 2 éléments, «êtres humains» et «objets».
Depuis 1993, les œuvres de Tsang ont été exposées à Hong Kong, Taiwan, en Corée, Espagne, Suisse et collectées par les musées et des collectionneurs locaux et étrangers.

Son travail, notamment ses “bébés” me font beaucoup penser aux sculptures de Ronit Baranga dans l’expression.

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Sculptor based in Hong Kong who focuses on ceramics, stainless steel sculptures and public art project.
Tsang’s works mostly employ realist sculptural techniques accompanied by surrealist imagination, integrating the two elements, “human beings” and  “objects”, into creative themes. Since 1993, Tsang’s works have been exhibited in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Korea, Spain and Switzerland and collected by local and overseas museums and collectors.

His work, especially his “babies” make me think of Ronit Baranga’ sculptures.

 

  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture
  • Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculpture

Fausto Salvi Ceramic

Fausto Salvi Ceramic (Italia)

Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculptures

Fausto Salvi Ceramic sculptures

  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture
  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture
  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture
  • Megan E. Craddock – sculpture

Megan E. Craddock ceramic

Megan E. Craddock ceramic – sculptural & functional ceramic artwork (USA)

Megan E. Craddock – sculpture

Megan Craddock- Come Hungry from David Broughton on Vimeo.

  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures
  • Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures Lituanie

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures (Lituanie)

Andrius Janulaitis – Sculptures Lituanie

  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “La meute”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “La meute”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “Pinocchio”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “Pinocchio”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “êtres”
  • Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “êtres”

Monica Mariniello Sculptures

Monica Mariniello Sculptures (France)

“Enfant, et même après, je passais de longs après-midis à me promener dans la campagne toscane, souvent sur des sites étrusques. Les traces de roues des chars inscrites dans la pierre des rues d’une ville disparue à jamais, les blocs immenses des murailles extérieures, les tombeaux remplis de silence et de fraicheur, les petits losanges de marbre blanc qui courent le long d’un amphithéâtre à ciel ouvert, tout cela s’est gravé dans ma mémoire, pendant que j’essayais de toutes mes forces – les yeux fermés, accroupie près du sol – de faire revivre le bruit, les couleurs, les voix d’une ville qui avait connue un quotidien, qui avait connue des rêves d’un futur infini, des certitudes d’un lendemain pareil à hier. Je viens de là, mon travail est nourri de ça.”

Monica Mariniello - Sculptures "êtres"

Monica Mariniello – Sculptures “êtres”

  • ART Digio Sculptures – Le cri
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures
  • ART Digio Sculptures

ART Digio Sculptures

ART Digio Sculptures alias Eléna Di Giovanni
(aucune info)

ART Digio Sculptures

  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures
  • Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures

Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures art

Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures art (Japan)

“I take fiber out of the peel of a weed and a tree and wear it in the body. I have you distribute warm hair from an animal and get a thread transparent beautifully from an insect. I cannot create things in a true meaning. But I listen to the voice of the holy thing which I got from other creatures and only do it in form through my hand.” (source txt : transitionandinfluence.com)

Katsura Takasuka - Dress sculptures

Katsura Takasuka – Dress sculptures

  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Wolf
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Wolf
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – African Antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – African Antelope head
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures details African antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Figures : Dialogues
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – birdman
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – birdman
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – Antelope
  • Ron Pippin – sculptures – portrait

Le très bel univers de Ron Pippin

Le très bel univers de Ron Pippin, univers steampunk.. mêlé d’étranges boîtes, de crânes, de sculptures de cerfs bio-mécaniques, entre autres curiosités… (USA)

Ron Pippin - sculptures - African Antelope head

Ron Pippin – sculptures – African Antelope head


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