Sculptures by Kazuhito Takadoi

Sculptures by Kazuhito Takadoi

Kazuhito Takadoi’s interest in shadows is an important dimension to his grass, wood and twig sculptures, “As the light changes or the point of view is moved, so the shadows will create a new perspective.” The artist has also developed the embroidery process to include...
Wooden Sculptures by Eleanor Lakelin

Wooden Sculptures by Eleanor Lakelin

Having learned to carve and sculpt wood using centuries-old tools, today Eleanor Lakelin uses a number of traditional and modern techniques to explore her fascination with the material: “I am particularly interested in the way natural elements and processes layer and...
Textile Illustrations by Kate Talbot

Textile Illustrations by Kate Talbot

Kate Talbot‘s statement: “I did my time as an art student, daubing paint on canvas, pressing pencil to paper, sticking anything to everything and grappling with the notion of form and function.  I spent countless hours staring into space, waiting for the...
BioMarble by Hannah Elisabeth Jones

BioMarble by Hannah Elisabeth Jones

Hannah Elisabeth Jones graduated from Manchester School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University with First Class Honours, BA Textiles in Practice. She is the inventor of a new, flexible material called ‘BioMarble’ (patent pending). BioMarble has a...
Wooden Sculptures by Andrew Zimmerman

Wooden Sculptures by Andrew Zimmerman

Andrew Zimmerman‘s work is governed by a process he invents, and re-invents, to create painted marks and assembled constructions. Each body of work often looks distinct from the previous collection, but the underlying pursuit is consistent — to discover and...
Wood Sculptures by Oliver Van Den Berg

Wood Sculptures by Oliver Van Den Berg

Oliver Van Den Berg’s works derive their uncanny presence from the tension that arises between form and function, between mass-produced original and handcrafted copy. As one looks closer, however, the set-up’s artifice becomes apparent. There is no “real” object at...
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