Sculpture

"Wish I could Pee Gold", porcelain statue of little boy peeing.

Artist Unknown

From beneath.

Jörmungandr and also known as the Midgard Serpent (Old Norse: Midgarðsormr), or World Serpent, who is a titanic sea serpent, and the middle child of the giantess Angrboða and the God Loki. Jörmungandr's arch-enemy is the god Thor.

Théâtre du Mouvement – Catherine et l'armoire, 1985 (JPEG Image, 640 × 483 pixels)

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown / Wolfie

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown -

Metamorphoses and combinations sculptures by Leah Brown / Wolfie So weird, I almost can't look at it - Inspiration and Support for Women Makers, Artists and Creatives. Art will save the world!

Butoh

red-lipstick: Kazuo Ohno - Butoh Dance Of The Darkness is a Japanese artistic expression created by Tatsumi Hijikata and Kazuo Ohno as a result of Nagasaki and Hiroshima.

monotype/ by SOPHIE LéCUYER

Bain d'Etoiles Monotype, by French artist & printmaker Sophie Lécuyer.

Odilon Redon ~ The Haunted and the Haunters, 1896

Because sometimes, without their knowledge, the Haunted become the Haunters. Odilon Redon, illustration for The Haunted and The Haunters, 1896

Figura Hitita de cristal de roca; 1500 a 1200 A.C.; el cristal de roca es durísimo y difícil de trabajar incluso en la actualidad.  ¿De verdad creéis que con los materiales propios de la edad del bronce pudieran haber confeccionado esta pieza? La edad del hierro no comenzó hasta el siglo XII A.C., pero este material es más duro que el hierro inclusive; el cristal de roca es de dureza 7 en la escala de Mohs y el hierro tiene una dureza de 4 (5 para el que lleva carbono)

Hittite Figurine of a Child, rock crystal, ca. "The big head, large ears, and short neck of this unusual figurine are characteristic of Hittite art.

S O P H I E ° L É C U Y E R : MEMORIES

MEMORIES

'Memories' by French artist printmaker Sophie LéCuyer.

Catherine et l'armoire

Catherine et l’armoire

Le Jours, Dream Series by  Odilon Redon   Source: metmuseum.org

Day: From the series Dreams, 1891 - Odilon Redon Lithograph

Mariposa De Soltera

In Greek Mythology Medusa was a monster, a Gorgon, generally described as a winged human female with a hideous face and living venomous snakes in place of hair. Gazers upon her face would turn to stone.

Ballet

batbcomic: “Cynthia Gregory and Robert Gladstein in Lew Christensen’s Beauty and the Beast Photo Courtesy of the San Francisco Ballet Archives/San Francisco Performing Arts Library and Museum, 1964 ”

Mezzotint

Mezzotint

ridacne, Vulci (Italie), 650-580 av. J.-C. H. 13,7 ; l. 21,8 cm Les coquillages, qui servaient de boîtes à fard, vivaient non pas dans la Méditerranée mais dans la mer Rouge ou le golfe Persique. On a retrouvé ce modèle en Etrurie, dans lequel est sculptée une tête féminine, les yeux maquillés à la mode égyptienne. En savoir plus sur http://www.lexpress.fr/diaporama/diapo-photo/culture/art/la-mediterranee-des-pheniciens-de-tyr-a-carthage_501116.html?p=7#uKUjFRqI4iwWUp8B.99

Tridacna squamosa shell carved with a woman's head on the apex and two incised winged sphinxes; lotus buds and flowers in the space above the sphinxes with a band of hatched triangles. 700 BCE, PHOENICIAN, found in Vulci Italy, British Museum

Past, Present, Future  Cyrus Tilton (2013)  Private Collection   Represented by Lonnie Lee  26 x 8 x 11"  hydrated alumina, epoxy, wire (concrete base)  Vessel Gallery  www.vessel-gallery.com  510  893 8800  Private collection

Past, Present, Future Cyrus Tilton (2013) Private Collection Represented by Lonnie Lee 26 x 8 x 11" hydrated alumina, epoxy, wire (concrete base) Vessel Gallery www.vessel-gallery.com 510 893 8800 Private collection

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