Sculpture


Using gravity as glue: The sculptures of Michael Grab

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Jan 2015

Using gravity as glue: The sculptures of Michael Grab

Talk about connecting to the world around you. Artist, Michael Grab creates these incredible statues of precariously balanced rocks, using nothing but gravity to keep them in place. The patience and steadiness required is truly mindboggling. In a statement by the artist: “Balance requires a...

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Obese nude sculptures by Mu Boyan

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Dec 2014

Obese nude sculptures by Mu Boyan

The sculptures by Chinese artist Mu Boyan are impressive, funny, and disturbing all at the same time. Most of his work is based on larger-than-life, obese, naked men that are posed in awkward and at times vulnerable positions. While I do not suppose to know...

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The wooden sculptures of Paul Kaptein

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Dec 2014

The wooden sculptures of Paul Kaptein

This is the work of Australian artist, Paul Kaptein who crafts these beautiful sculptures out of laminated wood. There is a quiet emptiness to his work, punctuated by invisible figures and these gaping holes created between the panels. Sign up for our newsletter to get...

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Eva Hild’s flowing sculptures

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Nov 2014

Eva Hild’s flowing sculptures

Swedish-based sculptor, Eva Hild is the one behind these beautiful ceramic pieces that flow, bend, and fold in on themselves. The end result is these delicate organic shapes that use light, shadow, and negative space masterfully. In a statement by Eva: “My fascination is about...

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New Erika Sanada ceramics

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Nov 2014

New Erika Sanada ceramics

One of our favorite ceramic artists is back with some great new work. Erika Sanada (previous) creates these mutated creatures that have a cute but tortured aspect to them. While odd and disturbing, the craftsmanship is amazing and Erika’s talent is undeniable. Sign up for...

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Gravity defying sculptures by Emil Alzamora

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Nov 2014

Gravity defying sculptures by Emil Alzamora

Here are a few sculptures by the amazing Emil Alzamora. Using a variety of materials including bronze, gypsum, concrete, and ceramic, Alzamora creates these distorted figurative pieces that appear to stretch, melt, and defy gravity. The work is beautiful, at times disturbing, and seems to...

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Beautiful waves of ceramic beads

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Nov 2014

Beautiful waves of ceramic beads

These large, flowing pieces are by British artist Fenella Elms. The work is comprised of what appears to be thousands of porcelain clay beads that are individually attached to a large sheet of porcelain before firing it whole, turning it into a single solid piece....

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