Sculpture

A million hands to reach for you, and pull you out of the darkness. ~ETS (Sculpture by Stephane Benedett.

Passivity by Britt-Ingrid Persson

Passivity – Britt-Ingrid Persson, This one makes me feel as is somebody is being close-minded.

Sasha Vinci

Sculpture Human figure Other - Artist Sasha Vinci (Scicli Italy). A community of arts professionals, an international contemporary art prize for emerging and mid-career artists and an online shop to buy and sell artwork.

Antony Gormley

Steel block sculpture, stacked and propped with an architectural approach to construction // Prop II, Antony Gormley

Cancun Underwater Museum - Mexico

Bucket List: Scuba dive at Cancun Underwater Museum - Mexico ~ Travel Manual

underwater sculpture in Cancun

In Molinere Bay on the West coast of Grenada lies the world's first ever underwater sculpture park, which is home to 65 breathtaking sculptures created by underwater photographer, sculptor and conservationist Jason de Caires Taylor.

paper and cardboard sculpture

Perplexing Paper People - Greek artist Vally Nomidou’s ‘Let it Bleed’ exhibit is comprised of a series of life-size sculptures of young women and girls mad.

Human Nature: Jason deCaires Taylors Submerged Figurative Sculptures Form Thriving Artificial Reefs

Jason deCaires Taylor anchors his sculptures on the ocean floor, where they get colonized by seaweed, algae and coral, turning them into living reefs.

This stunning 18-foot (5.5 meters), 60-ton statue called Ocean Atlas, was recently installed underwater off the coast of Nassau in the Bahamas. The giant structure was made by Jason deCaires Taylor. This sculpture of a Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the oceans on her shoulders is meant to evoke the Greek myth of Atlas, a Titan who held up the celestial spheres.

Earlier this month, artist Jason deCaires Taylor installed this stunning underwater sculpture of Bahamian girl carrying the weight of the ocean in Nassau, Bahamas. An 18 Foot, 60 Ton Girl Holds Up The Ocean In The World's Largest Ev

Greek artist Vally Nomidou creates these delicate life-size sculptures of women and girls using paper and cardboard.

Greek artist Vally Nomidou creates delicate life-size sculptures of women and girls using paper and cardboard.

The Scallop, Maggi Hambling, Aldeburgh.

The Scallop, Maggi Hambling, Aldeburgh beach. ~ The edge of the main shell is pierced with the words, "I hear those voices that will not be drowned", taken from Benjamin Britten's opera Peter Grimes.

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