After leaving Swansea College of Art in 1991 Rubin initially worked as an arts and crafts instructor at a mental health day care centre in the Rhondda valleys where he was ran recreational art projects with clients. From there he went on to work as the arts department team leader at the Arts Factory, a […]
When art and technology melting in art work we will get a new perspective and better out come in material approach. Gabriel Schama one of high end craftmanship artist for wood material and laser cutting technology, his adventures with his trusty laser cutter (affectionately called “Elsie”) to produce his distinct, intricate wood-relief sculptures.
Micro miniature (also called micro art or micro sculpture) is a fine art form. Micro miniatures are made by microscope. It originated at the end of 20th century, One of master in Microsculpture is Salavat Fidai, his works microdetailed and totally awesome. He using surgery’s tools for create object.
Scrap consists of recyclable materials left over from product manufacturing and consumption, such as parts of vehicles, building supplies, and surplus materials. Unlike waste, scrap has monetary value, especially recovered metals, and non-metallic materials are also recovered for recycling. Art is the best pathway for making a great value for this things.
Textile art is broad term that can encompass many types of approaches. Weaving is one of the earliest techniques. Here, threads are laced together on a loom at intersecting angles to form cloth. This is commonly seen in garments, but weaving can also be made into display artwork.
“Krisár’s work—with all its impossible reversals and temporalities; improbable splicing of bodies in space; and fragile, sometimes painful beauty—has the ability to get under ours.”(Arnaud Gerspacher)
An impossible object (also known as an impossible figure or an undecidable figure) is a type of optical illusion. It consists of a two-dimensional figure which is instantly and subconsciously interpreted by the visual system as representing a projection of a three-dimensional object.
This sculpture not just talk about environment, more then that, it’s about political and ideological issue. Alfie Radley already crossing boundaries and he never gave up to using his word spread out peace and creativity. We hope someday his artwork can be displaying at public space.
Michelle has a BA in Fine Art and an MA in Scenography. She has recently relocated from London to Nottinghamshire and is now based at the Harley Foundation Workshops in Welbeck just to the north of Sherwood Forest.
Fabio Viale was a mastery in marble sculpture, his detailed and craft skill it’s mesmerizing . One of his project is using the bodies of famous sculptures such as the Venus de Milo as his canvas, the artist decorates them with realistic tattoos inspired by the patterns born by Russian gangs and the Japanese Yakuza.