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  • Abstract Glass Sculptures by Rick Eggert Abstract Glass Sculptures by Rick Eggert

    Abstract Glass Sculptures by Rick Eggert with water and fire are occupying my mind tonight. His abstract glass sculptures mimic the shape and movement of the flames and waves. I feel calm. I’m fascinated with his glass sculptures and I wish to see how he works. Rick Eggert has a skill and I’m sure you must agree. […]

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  • Frozen like stone sculptures

    Models bodies painted grey, are posing for Ben Hopper, London-based photographer, filmmaker and artist, primarily working with dancers and circus artists. In his project ‘Transfiguration’, elastic body moves are frozen like stone sculptures.

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  • Hyperrealistic sculptures by Kazuhiro Tsuji

    Works of Kazuhiro Tsuji who was born in Kyoto, Japan, for movies like “THE CURIOUS CASE OF BENJAMIN BUTTON”, “PLANET OF THE APES”, “THE DEVIL’S ADVOCATE” are just a short list of his splendid work with make up, portrait painting, photography and sculpture for movie industry in Hollywood. Hyperrealistic sculptures by Kazuhiro Tsuji give better effects […]

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  • Copper sculptures of horses by Wang Ruilin

    Chinese artist Wang Ruilin made series of copper sculptures of horses and other animals inspired by painting of a horse by the artist Xu Beihong. When first I saw sculptures made by Wang Ruilin in Beijing, I thought this animals are in half dream, half reality. There is something unreal in their streamlined shapes, static, reserved […]

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  • Underwater Sculptures to Encourage Coral Reef Growth

    Jason DeCaires Taylor submerges his sculptures several meters underwater in Cancun, Mexico, Nassau, Bahamas and Grenada in the West Indies all in hopes of assimilating them with the region’s natural coral reefs. To experience his works you need to dive into breathtaking natural beauty of the underwater world.

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  • Asya Kozina Paper Sculptures will blow your mind!

    Extremely talented paper-cut artist Asya Kozina creates historical wedding dresses, costumes and inspired by Mongolian folklore fashion designs made of delicate paper. In her motherland, In Ukraine, she is called “a fairy of paper”. Impermanence, delicacy and fragility of the material makes us look with even bigger admiration for the Asya Kozina Paper Sculptures.  They will blow […]

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  • 3D art made of trash and recycled materials

    Bordalo II, Lisbon artist, presents a figurative paintings full of vivacity and movement, where he paints his own interpretation of urban landscapes and city entertainment. 3D art made of trash and recycled materials creates a unique visual effect which changes the gray area of the city in a work of art.

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  • Flower Mandalas by Kathy Klein

    Danmala, the name of Flower Mandalas is explained in vedic sanskrit dān: the giver, mālā: garland of flowers. “the giving of flower circles”. Kathy Klein says: danmalas remind us all to listen to the unheard voice of nature, creation, and the eternal mystery. The number of ideas, visions of colours, textures and arrangement gives me the head […]

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