Archive for the ‘Sculptures’ Category

DIKE BLAIR: SCULPTURES AND PAINTINGS AT GAGOSIAN GALLERY The relationship between my paintings and sculpture (or other installation-type work) has intrigued me for a couple decades. The paintings are fairly traditional and almost always personal while the sculptures are more formal, or engage less traditional forms. One thing that seems to have remained constant in all my work [...]

A Takashi Murakami exhibition is currently on show at Chateau Versailles now through December 12, 2010, with many pieces presented for the first time in public. Tongari-kun, (Mr. Pointy in English), is the first work in the course of the exhibition, set in the Salon d’Hercule. It is based on religious iconography combines Mayan culture and [...]

Decorating your garden? Have an affinity for the macabre, a taste for the morbid, or just have a great sense of humor? Then you will love this Zombie of Montclaire Moors Statue, designed by British artist Alan Dickinson. Dickinson has a reputation in the field of science fiction and fantasy, his work inspired by a [...]

An exhibition of works by renowned sculptor and glass artist Dale Chihuly are currently on show at Marlborough Gallery Chelsea, titled Chihuly 2010, his first gallery exhibit in New York since 2006, which runs through October 16, 2010. Chelsea Persians, 2010 – site-specific installation, 100+ glass elements on stainless steel armatures Chihuly created a spectacular [...]

Ceramist Nancy Kubale

15, Sep 2010

The works of ceramist Nancy Kubale are anything but traditional. A slight hint of the unusual, a dose of playful and sprinkle of a distant cousin of Tim Burton permeates her ceramic sculptures. The artists says “My sculpture addresses our pursuit of Truth (trying to figure out what and how things really are) and the [...]

So you are probably wondering what is so artistic about this box of money? All of these unbelievably lifelike wood carving scultpures by Randall Rosenthall are hand carved from one block of wood and hand painted. Here is the process in pictures so you can better idea of what goes into making these sculptures.

The artwork of sculptor and painter Spider Jelly, runs the gamut from grotesque and morbid sculptures to lowbrow style paintings and toys, including dolls and plushies that look like something out of a nightmare, and we ABSOLUTELY LOVE THEM!


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