Tracy Deep from her series "Desert Song" As an artist, nature is not only her source of inspiration but also her medium and subject matter. She obsessively gathers all sorts of organic detritus such as dried tree branches, seed pods, kelp, raffia, and driftwood and breathes a second life into them, transforming them into ethereal, woven sculptures that enunciate her fascination for the natural world around her.
This hard maple piece by Barry Gordon, represents a departure from his spoon and dish-based work. Photographer friend Rudy Hellmann "rescued" a section of maple tree that a neighbor had used as a support for both another tree and for a hoist. Made by carving into the end grain.
Circles copyright 2002 Akira Studios all rights reserved
Nostre Dame de Grasse - Musée des Augustins Toulouse
artpropelled: Ken Unsworth
Depuis près de 20 ans, l’artiste anglais Richard Stainthorp imagine des sculptures grandeur nature avec des fils métalliques. Sa particularité étant d
Le créatif français Jean-Michel Bihorel, spécialisé dans la 3D, est l’auteur d’une série de sculptures numériques qu’il a appelée Flower Figures.
Seed Pod - Mixed media sculpture - layers of reed, tissue paper, wire and image transfers illuminated by an internal light bulb