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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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Natasha Cousens and her sculptures

Natasha Cousens and her sculptures Natasha Cousens creates sculptures that can be considered a new form of taxidermy. Instead of the real thing, her pieces are beautifully crafted wooden sculptures of woodland creatures like foxes, deers, and rabbits. These cute forest dwellers are often embellished with decorative elements such as floral wreaths or guised in an unnatural color; making Cousen’s work soft, whimsical and fun.   Read more [...]

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Porcelain Busts Imprinted with Chinese Decorative Designs by Ah Xian

Porcelain Busts Imprinted with Chinese Decorative Designs by Ah Xian Chinese artist Ah Xian lives and works in Sydney where for nearly two decades he has explored aspects of the human form using ancient Chinese craft methods including porcelain, lacquer, jase, bronze, and even concrete. The artist often uses busts of his own family members including his wife, brother, and father onto which he imprints traditional designs with a vivid cobalt blue glaze. Via Asia Society: These sculptures Read more [...]

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Miniature Medieval Interiors Carved into Raw Marble Blocks by Mathew Simmonds

Miniature Medieval Interiors Carved into Raw Marble Blocks by Mathew Simmonds Favored for its translucency and durability, marble has been the material of choice for sculptors beginning with the early Greek masters. And their chisels have been used, most typically, to carve an idealized human body but also to create massive pillars and architectural forms like the Supreme Court Building or the Washington Monument. So these mini-architectural interiors come as something we’ve never quite seen Read more [...]

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