June 27, 2016 ellen-9

Surrealist Sculptures by Ellen Jewett Merge Plant and Animal Life

Artist Ellen Jewett refers to her sculptural work as “natural history surrealist sculpture,” a blend of plants, animals, and occasionally human-made structures or objects. Her artwork is deeply informed by an extensive background in anthropology, medical illustration, exotic animal care, and even stop-motion animation, all of which accentuate the biological structure of each piece, while […]

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February 21, 2016 FernandoSuarezRegueraa17

Majestic Wildlife and Human Sculptures Made of Wrought Wire and Bronze

Artist Fernando Suárez Reguera creates stunning wire sculptures that tap into the imagination by presenting familiar forms stripped down to their bare bones. His collection of humanoid and animal figures are elegant in their construction, yet present a unique outlook on the conventional form. Presented simply, composed of just their basic structural components, Reguera’s figures are somehow […]

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February 18, 2016 22

Christopher David White accurately captures the decay of wood through ceramics.

Through his ceramic pieces White explores the reality of impermanence, often combining man and nature through treelike limbs and faces. “I seek to expose the beauty that often results from decay while, at the same time, making my viewer question their own perception of the world around them,” explains White. He hopes to highlight the […]

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February 3, 2016 emil-1

Emil Alzamora’s Distorted Human Figures Appear to Melt, Morph, and Defy Gravity

Artist Emil Alzamora  explores the human body through his figurative sculptures that distort, inflate, elongate, and deconstruct physical forms in order to reveal emotional situations and narratives. Alzamora works with a variety of materials including bronze, gypsum, concrete, and other ceramic materials to create pieces with smooth, almost non-descript surfaces to instead draw attention to […]

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