Wooden Sculptures by Errol Lloyd Atherton

Wooden Sculptures by Errol Lloyd Atherton

Errol Lloyd “Powah” Atherton(1961-2012) was a Jamaican self-taught artist. He participated in Kumina-influenced Bongo meetings and had a deep sense of the power of the ancestors. He was also the son of intuitive artist, Vincent Atherton, creating, in Randall Morris’...
Sculptures by Heike Schaefer

Sculptures by Heike Schaefer

A Munich-based sculptor, Heike Schaefer primarily works with paper, textile materials, bronze, and iron. After her studies in graphic design (1976-1980) and sculpture (1981-1987) as a master student, both of which she graduated with a diploma, Heike Schaefer exhibited...
Glass Sculptures by Roni Horn

Glass Sculptures by Roni Horn

Roni Horn (born 1955) is an American visual artist and writer based in New York. She studied at the Rhode Island School of Design before earning an MFA from Yale University in 1978. Her first solo exhibition (outside the university) was held in 1980 at the Kunstraum...
Masking Tape Sculptures by Willard Hill

Masking Tape Sculptures by Willard Hill

  A cook since the age of seventeen, Willard Hill began making sculptures over twenty years ago after returning home debilitated from a hospital stay. Primarily composed of masking tape, Hill’s sculptures also utilized plastic bags, wire, toothpicks, rocks and a...
Sculptures by Hilary Harnischfeger

Sculptures by Hilary Harnischfeger

“Hilary Harnischfeger’s mongrel objects continue to strengthen, looking more alien than ever. Elaborately handmade, they sidestep traditional painting and sculpture to conjure (and sometimes use) a host of applied art forms: ceramics, mosaics, textiles, jewelry...
Sculptures by Sigve Knutson

Sculptures by Sigve Knutson

Sigve Knutson (b. 1991, Norway) is an experimental designer based in Oslo. His practice is motivated by a fascination for the intuitive and playful rather than the smoothened and planned. These sculptures, in particular, are made out of wood clay. “The objects I...
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