Mari Andrews’ Minimalistic Sculptures.

Mari Andrews’ Minimalistic Sculptures.

About her sculptures,  Mari Andrews says, “My work has evolved out of years of drawing and obsessive collecting. Through sculpture, I weave these two actions together. Wire, pine needles, branches and other linear material carry on the drawing practice while...
Folded Plywood Sculptures by Harry Roseman.

Folded Plywood Sculptures by Harry Roseman.

  Harry Roseman is a sculptor, photographer, draftsman, practitioner of web based works, and professor of art at Vassar College, where he currently chairs the Department of Art. He is the creator of these beautiful folded sculptures made of plywood. I’m...
Wooden Flowers by Anna Wiscombe.

Wooden Flowers by Anna Wiscombe.

* Aren’t these flowers nice? They were created by Anna Wiscombe, an artist based in London, UK. Anna laser cut them first, and then she painted the subtle details by hand. I invite you to visit the artist’s shop to see more of her wooden products....
Fabric Sculptures by Natalia Lubieniecka.

Fabric Sculptures by Natalia Lubieniecka.

* Natalia Lubieniecka is a textile artist based in Austria. She creates one-of-a-kind birds and other curious animals using vintage fabric, lace, and other materials. The result is fascinating and intriguing.  Her sculptures seem to belong to some old cabinet of...
Plaster Casts by Rachel Dein.

Plaster Casts by Rachel Dein.

* Rachel Dein is a super creative artist based in the UK. Her method of plaster casting captures everyday objects in a unique and delicate way. She makes impressions in wet clay, and then pours plaster directly over it. The clay captures the most intricate details,...
Bronze sculptures by Donald Baechler.

Bronze sculptures by Donald Baechler.

* Donald Baechler is a wonderful artist based in New York. I’m so in love with his cast bronze sculptures. Baechler’s work is represented by several galleries in the USA and Europe. I invite you to visit the artist’s website to view more of his art....
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