Archive for the ‘Sculptures’ Category

When Goldsmith Alexis Kostuk was requested to design a zombie head as a unique birthday present for the client’s boyfriend she jumped at the opportunity. She considered designing the piece out of just wax. Instead, she used a product called Sculpy, which is oven-baked clay, after which she made a mold, injected the mold with [...]

Sculptures by FAZ

17, Aug 2010

For sculptor FAZ, expression has always gone through matter. Language could not find a better echo than in form. As a child, she learned sculpture watching women sculptors from another age, who used to come to the family house in the summertime, in the heart of Provence. These sculptors were her mother’s “dear friends”, from [...]

RODNEY GLICK’S EVERYONE AT RYAN RENSHAW GALLERY For the past 24 months Glick International has been working on a project titled ‘Everyone’ and the resulting artwork is a series of digital prints, carved wooden and gilded bronzed sculptures highlighting people as ‘Gods’. They are portraits of adults and children in everyday western clothes adopting poses [...]

Federico Uribe uses unique materials to create his unusual people and torso sculptures…such as pencils, safety pins, books and pennies to name a few. He also creates brilliant installations from these types of materials. Check out his awe-inspiring pieces.

Starting this Sunday, if you glance through the foliage of the Miami Beach Botanical Garden, you just might see the toes of a gigantic, upside-down appendage stretching three or four stories high into the palm fronds of the park’s many trees.  If you go inside, you’ll find two dozen 30- to 45-foot-tall inflatable sculptures that [...]

The Art of Sweet Toof

23, Jul 2010

Sweet Toof not only paints, but also works in 3D by sculpturing his big toothed characters. The painter uses skeletons as the main characters in his work, drawing heavily on Dia De Los Muertos (Mexican tradition of life after death). Here are samples of his paintings and art prints which are all gums, skull, and [...]

Jessica Harrison’s sculptured figurines are bold and gory. Some might consider it a little twisted in nature or full-on macabre. But one thing is for sure…Harrison’s work is anything but ordinary. Consider these figurines Lladró for the horror lover. We find them exquisitely delightful because they are so shocking.


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