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Animal and Insect Sculptures by Igor Verniy

Animal and Insect Sculptures by Igor Verniy In the 21st century there are still fans of old-school ideas. These are people who are nostalgic for the rusty metal, gears, and the smell of motor oil. For connoisseurs of the artist on metal Igor Verniy creates  models of the animal world of metal, which has already served his – auto parts, spare parts of the clock, lighters, home appliances, electronics, etc., to put it simply, everything that you see in the picture when it has been actively Read more […]

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Charles Avery

Charles Avery Charles Avery (born 1973) is a Scottish artist from Oban. He currently lives and works in London. Since 2004 he has devoted his practice to the perpetual description of an imaginary island. Through drawings, sculptures and texts. Avery describes the topology, cosmology and inhabitants of this fictional territory, from the market of the main town Onomatopoeia to the Eternal Forest where an unknown beast called the Noumenon is held to reside. The project can be read as a meditation Read more […]

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Impressive Hybrid Animal Sculptures by Jessica Joslin

Impressive Hybrid Animal Sculptures by Jessica Joslin American artist and sculptor Jessica Joslin creates very unusual animal sculptures using animal bones and various parts of vintage stuff. The sculptures are saturated with the spirit of the Victorian era, displaying both the quirkiness and the hidden mechanics of life and death. Jessica created her firs animal back in 1992, and now her collection contains over two thousand items.   Read more […]

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New Layered Glass Wave Sculptures by Ben Young

New Layered Glass Wave Sculptures by Ben Young Sculptor Ben Young  just unveiled a collection of new glass sculptures prior to the Sculpture Objects Functional Art + Design (SOFA) Fair in Chicago next month. Young works with laminated clear float glass atop cast concrete bases to create cross-section views of ocean waves that look somewhat like patterns in topographical charts. The self-taught artist is currently based in Sydney but was raised in Waihi Beach, New Zealand, where the Read more […]

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Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling

Illusive Ceramic Sculpture by Katharine Morling   Painter and sculptor Katharine Morling is fond of ceramics. But her works don’t quite look like ceramics. They rather look like some kind of a paper art. Before starting a new sculpture, Katharine Morling draws a sketch first. These sketches are only a source of inspiration for the future project. As the author says, without molding, sketches and a good mood nothing good will come out. So, all three conditions are required. In the Read more […]

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