Tag Archive: sculptures

The Cosmic Spiderwebs of Tomas Saraceno

Inspired by spider webs, architect and artist Tomás Saraceno is known for his fantastic sculptures and installations that merge art, architecture, and science. His  spiderwebs take form in his laboratory in the rainforests of Ecuador.… Continue reading

Log Piling Art

Gyula Varnai

Our Changing Seas – ceramic coral reef sculpture

Our Changing Seas III is the third piece in a series of large-scale ceramic coral reef sculptural installations by artist Courtney Mattison. Mattison is an artist and ocean advocate working to inspire policy makers and… Continue reading

Outbreak: Paper Sculptures of Microbes and Pathogens by Rogan Brown

Rogan Brown  creates intricate sculptural forms reminiscent of the tiniest living organisms: cells, microbes, bacteria, and neurons. Via his statement: Each sculpture is hugely time consuming and labour-intensive and this work is an… Continue reading

Surreal animal sculptures

Chinese artist Wang Ruilin creates sculptures that unite the natural world with mythology and surrealism. Clouds hover on  animal’s antlers like floating dreams and whales are infilled with rocky landscapes or lakes along their… Continue reading

Shadow of Knives: Silhouette sculptures by Li Hongbo

Chinese contemporary artist Li Hongbo created a series of silhouette artworks. Li carved patterns out of his blades. The carved out parts – the shadows – mirror the hollow parts of the knives.… Continue reading

Sculpting with Nails

While in college, artist John Bisbee was scavenging in an abandoned house looking for items to incorporate into a series of found-object sculptures when he kicked over a bucket of old rusty nails.… Continue reading

Uprooted

Jorge Mayet is a Cuban refugee now living and working in Mallorca, Spain, internationally known for his sculptures and installations . His most important works are his fantastic trees installations, depicting uprooted trees… Continue reading

Life-sized Wood Sculptures by Willy Verginer

Artist Willy Verginer lives and works in South Tyrol, Italy. His life-sized figurative sculptures are carved from solid pieces of wood then painted with acrylic paint and often combined with unexpected objects.