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This is a paper sculpture, created by artist Richard Sweeney. Hand pleated and wet-folded watercolour paper and adhesive were used to create his sculptures. Op Art, Architecture Origami, Paper Folding, Oeuvre D'art, Sculpture Art, Paper Sculptures, Ceramic Sculptures, Installation Art, Textures Patterns

Vortex 1

Richard Sweeney - vortex 1. Hand pleated and wet-folded watercolour paper and adhesive.

Pleated Paper Sculptures paper art with striking architectural structures paper manipulation Richard Sweeney Origami And Kirigami, Origami Paper, 3d Paper Art, Paper Crafts, Paper Paper, Paper Artwork, Papercut Art, Folding Architecture, Architecture Models

Pleating The Fabric

It is such a meticulous hand-work! For sure it takes some time if you want to get a really fabulous pattern. The first step of pleating is to draft the cartridge sheet of paper. Then you can start creating the pattern just folding and following the drafts you did. It is not a hard work to do just needs some patience! As you need two the same pattern pleated pieces of the paper in which between place the fabric and steam it very well. And here you get the beautiful piece of pleated fabric…

Barbara Hepworth January 1903 – 20 May was an English artist and sculptor. Barbara is shown near her bronze sculpture titled "Curved Form (Bryher II)", Barbara Hepworth, Instalation Art, Louise Bourgeois, Sculpture Art, Metal Sculptures, Plaster Sculpture, Sculpture Ideas, Organic Sculpture, Sculpture Lessons

Lessons We Can Learn From Barbara Hepworth

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LONDON — Barbara Hepworth: Sculpture for a Modern World marks one of the last exhibitions backed by the outgoing Tate Britain director, Penelope Curtis. Barbara Hepworth, Vanitas, Painting On Wood, Action Painting, Tate Britain, Royal Academy Of Arts, Art Sculpture, Organic Sculpture, Metal Sculptures

‘Pelagos’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1946 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘Pelagos’, Dame Barbara Hepworth, 1946 Pelagos (‘sea’ in Greek) was inspired by a view of the bay at St Ives in Cornwall, where two stretches of land surround the sea on either side. The hollowed-out sculpture has a spiral form resembling a shell, a wave or the roll of a hill. Hepworth wanted the taut strings to express ‘the tension I felt between myself and the sea, the wind or the hills’. She moved to Cornwall with her husband, painter Ben Nicholson in 1939 and produced…

Orpheus Maquette 2 Version II 1956 edition 1959 by Dame Barbara Hepworth 19031975 Barbara Hepworth, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Abstract Art, Sculptures, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Instalation Art, Action Painting

Non-objective and Biomorphic Sculpture

Non-Objective and Biomorphic Sculpture Non- Objective Sculpture: A non-representational form that does not reference natural forms. It arises from a constructive manipulation of the sculptor̵…

Alberto Giacometti (1901 - 1966) Alberto Giacometti, Famous Artists, Great Artists, Expressionist Artists, Expressionism, Antoine Bourdelle, Artists And Models, Portraits, Make Art

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