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I Hand-Craft Animal Masks From Hammered Steel

Selcuk Yilmaz’s Hammered Animal Steel Head Sculptures - Art People Gallery

Hiroyuki Hamada – #63, 2006-10, 45 x 40 x 24 inches, burlap, enamel, oil, plaster, resin, tar, wax and wood

Artist: Hiroyuki Hamada- Me: not sure what it is but really like the shape.

Land Art - Découvrez dans la suite de l'article l'une des meilleures selections de Land-Art du moment...

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Andy Goldsworthy andy has used the water to reflect the reflection of the sticks in the water. he has put them in a specific order to make the sticks look like a fish

3,615 lb of clothing is the amount of textile waste created by New Yorkers every 5 minutes. Artist Derick Melander creates large geometric structures from carefully folded and stacked second-hand clothing that weighs between five hundred pounds and two tons. Thousands of once loved and lived in pieces of clothing can’t be discarded that easily.

Derick Melander sculptures second-hand clothing artist What to do with clothes I no longer wear.turn them into art! It's all folded.

1971, Gonzalo Fonseca (Mvd, UY 1922-1997): "Portón", granito rosado (pink granite).

Artworks of Gonzalo Fonseca (Uruguayan, 1922 - from galleries, museums and auction houses worldwide.

Wood and copper sculptures by HeeChan Kim

Wood and copper sculptures by HeeChan Kim

HeeChan Kim cuts strips of wood and creates a form by putting them together with a copper wire. A simple process of creating ethereal, evocative work.

natsumi tomita Natsumi Tomita

Japanese artist Natsumi Tomita uses materials collected from garbages to create these creative animal sculptures. Natsumi Tomita says: Each of …

New York based artist James Clar explores in his light sculptures various possibilities of visual representations and the consequences of technology’s unyielding presence. Among the artist’s wide range of pieces, it’s possible to focus on his light installations as stand-alone pieces or, better yet, as a solid body of work.

James Clar’s Light Sculptures

Produced from materials such as metal and acrylic and fluorescent lights, James Clar created vibrant sculptures that showcase subject matters from criticisms of the pitfalls of daily technology to form experimentations.