From Sad to Happy in Four Minutes: A Quick Course in Changing Facial Expressions in Figurative Ceramic Sculpture

Ceramic Arts Daily – From Sad to Happy in Four Minutes: A Quick Course in Changing Facial Expressions in Figurative Ceramic Sculpture

JENNY SAVILLE & GLEN LUCHFORD  Closed Contact #14, 1995-1996  C-print mounted in Plexiglas  72 x 72 x 6 inches (182.9 x 182.9 x 15.2 cm)  Ed. of 6

Jenny Saville & Glen Luchford - Closed Contact I find this stunning! Mostly the message the artists portrayed here.

alison lambert - jill george gallery - contemporary art - soho, london, england

I will take drawing classes alison lambert - jill george gallery - contemporary art - soho, london, england

Wes Naman. I like how the material used can alter someone's looks.

After “Scotch Tape Portraits“, photographer Wes Naman has created this twisted new series entitled “Rubber Band Portraits“.

“Face Forward” by Christian Ristow is a 12 foot tall robotic sculpture of a human face. Made primarily of aluminum strips, the sculpture’s moving parts are controlled by 12 separate joysticks. It is therefore necessary for onlookers to work together in order to create recognizable facial expressions with the sculpture.

Face Forward, A Giant Robotic Human Face by Christian Ristow

"Face Forward” by Christian Ristow - 12 foot tall robotic sculpture of a human face. Made primarily of aluminum strips, the sculpture’s moving parts are controlled by 12 separate joysticks.


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