When most of us pass by an old piece of wood on the ground, we don’t look at it twice. After all, it’s just a stick, right? But for Canadian artist, Debra Bernier, the grooves, pits, and breaks in a piece of driftwood are tiny works of art, created by nature, and they’re inspirational jumping-off points for her earthy, magical artwork.
Isamu Noguchi (1904–1988), was an American sculptor and designer. He was born in Los Angeles and professionally active in New York. He was influential and well-received in the twentieth century. He produced sculptures, gardens, furniture and lighting designs, ceramics, architecture, and set designs throughout his lifetime of creative experimentation. His work, both subtle and bold, traditional and modern, set a new standard for reintegrating the arts.
A Venice Biennale sculpture by Lorenzo Quinn depicts dramatic hands emerging from the Grand Canal and trying to save Venice from drowning. The sculpture was meant to attract more attention to the problem of climate change. View this post on Instagram Yes!…so happy to say mission accomplished.
Lining the 20-kilometre path of the De Stijl Cycle Route in the central Netherlands are ten new sculptures from Boris Tellegen aka Delta. Commissioned to celebrate the 100 anniversary of the Neoplasticism artistic movement, the unique columns measuring 55 cm on each side and rising more than 6.5 metres in
Artist Kiko Miyares carves and colours stretched, distorted sculptures of the human figure. The Spanish sculptor often focuses on the head and shoulders of his subjects, with each bust combining realistic renderings of facial feature with a dramatically narrowed shape that makes the works appear to be squeezed or warped.
Think of them as art for your garden. Garden statues are the perfect accessory to enhance and intensify the intended mood of an outdoor space or sunroom. Whether you are looking to infuse your backyard with a bit of humour, balance the composition of your landscaping, or draw attention to
french visual artist aude bourgine honor’s references the fragility of our oceans , using textiles, beads, and sequins, to create coral sculptures. the artist creates displays that capture the beauty and fragility of coral for a series called ‘ poumons des océans,’ which translates to ‘lungs of the oceans.’ images
Artist Edoardo Tresoldi has placed a sculpture featuring faces fashioned from wire mesh on a rooftop overlooking a Barcelona street. The site-specific public artwork, called Limes, is lined up along the edge of the building’s roof and is made up of six mask-like reliefs of human faces shaped from