Georgie Poulariani a Self-Taught Sculptor from Spain, creates amazing art using scrap metal. After he discovered his talent to see shapes and forms he began creating different types or art with scrap metal. He left his Job and currently works as a full-time sculptor
One of contemporary artist in fiber art Anne Mondro making organic shape like anatomical object base from wire. It’s dramatic and minimalist object
Renowned for his surreal approach to figurative sculpture, artist Anders Krisár explores the duality of human nature in his work. Though the multidisciplinary artist experiments with various motifs and mediums, his bronze sculpture series feature his most revisited theme: the human body split in half, right down the middle
Taiwanese artist Hsu Tung Han, however, uses them for inspiration in his latest series of stunning wooden sculptures.
By carving delicate block-shaped details that separate from various parts of the sculpture, Han successfully creates the bizarre yet magnificently original illusion of pixelation in 3D form
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
“I love the unpredictability of found materials and enjoy the inventiveness necessary to transform them into a sculpture. I like to make work that is interactive and inviting, tactile and colorful. The joy of working with found materials is the unexpected uses that can be found for them. For instance, an umbrella and a bucket combining to form the trumpet of a daffodil, two old oil cans forming the basis of a wind turbine, or the internal workings of an alarm clock becoming a mechanism for a propeller” said Michelle at her site
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.
Lori Nix began “The City” series after moving to New York in 1999. Surrounded by great architecture, skyscrapers, and bridges, the urban landscape couldn’t help but find its way into her work. Still a fan of dystopian entertainment, think Blade Runner, Alien, The Hunger Games, etc, her current series is a mashup of her new urban life and a look towards an apocalyptic future
Above and Below is an installation by American artist Maya Lin, the designer of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. It is on display at and owned by the Indianapolis Museum of Art located in Indianapolis, Indiana, United States. The artwork was inspired by underground water systems in Indiana.(wikipedia)
Shepparton’s artist Tank painted his first cow 15 years ago. Not every artist can lay claim to such an achievement but for Tank, 40, his fiberglass cow sculptures are like a canvas for him to paint a range of images.(herald-sun)