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RECYCLED TONY CRAGG This shows organisation as the colours are changing in a orientated flow the and objects are neatly presented showing the clear structure that is being made Colors Show, Foto Still, Things Organized Neatly, Gcse Art, Recycled Art, Lost & Found, Art Plastique, Color Theory, Op Art

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beautiful bottle tree Tony Cragg Spyrogyra, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney Steel Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Op Art, Instalation Art, Bottle Trees, Found Object Art, Environmental Art, Recycled Art, Bottle Art

Tony Cragg 'Spyrogyra'

Tony Cragg 'Spyrogyra', 1992, Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney

This is the sculpture Eroded Landscape by Tony Cragg. It's composed of hundreds of pieces of sandblasted glass. Tony Cragg (British sculptor, born 1949 in Liverpool) He studied art on the foundation course at the Gloucestershire College of Art and Design Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Art, Modern Art, Op Art, Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Art Picasso, Tableaux Vivants, Instalation Art

Faye Toogood, stylist and creative director - Sight Unseen

Faye Toogood, the London-based interiors stylist and creative consultant, has designed exhibition stands for Tom Dixon, windows for Liberty, displays for Dover Street Market, and sets for Wallpaper. But in all of her career, she’s had only one job interview. At the tender age of 21, having just graduated from Bristol University with degrees in fine art and art history, Toogood was called for an interview with Min Hogg, legendary founding editor of the British design bible The World of…

Artist Tony Cragg (born Title Six Bottles (Large), State 1 Date 1988 Medium Aquatint on paper Dimensions image: 371 x 612 mm Nathalie Du Pasquier, Still Life Drawing, Ceramic Figures, Ceramic Art, Message In A Bottle, Art Themes, Paper Dimensions, Glass Etching, Contemporary Artists

‘Six Bottles (Large), State 1’, Tony Cragg, 1988 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Six Bottles (Large), State 1’, Tony Cragg, 1988 In the summer of 1988 Cragg completed thirty five etchings, including the five shown here. Four are from the 'Laboratory Still Life' series, in which Cragg's subject is still lifes of glass laboratory equipment. 'Six Bottles Large, State 1' belongs to another series in which Cragg depicts plastic bleach and dishwashing bottles, their pitted surfaces suggesting that decay affects man-made as well as natural objects. Both types…