sculpture

the art of making two- or three-dimensional representative or abstract forms, especially by carving stone or wood or by casting metal or plaster.

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First designer to work with bakelite

Friedrich Adler (1878 – 1942) was a German designer, educator, and artist. He was well-known for his work in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco genres of metals design. He was also the first to employ bakelite in his designs. He created his designs with a wide range of things and materials.Read More →

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Isamu Noguchi (1904โ€“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.Read More →

Square and Circles by Barbara Hepworth

In 1926, she settled in London. Between 1929-39, she lived in Hampstead; from 1931, she worked with Ben Nicholson. 1931โ€”35, was a member of the Seven by Five Society, London. In 1933, she became a member of Abstraction-Crรฉation, Paris; Read More →

Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848 – 1907) Irish American sculptorRead More →

Anders Liljefors was a Swedish ceramicist. He initially concerned himself with household ware, discovered a new method of casting ceramics in a sand mould, and worked feverishly to extract new and unexpected effects from this material during the later years of his life.Read More →

Experimental Sculptures

If you follow artist Aaron De La Cruz on IG you know heโ€™s been experimenting with sculptural takes on his signature shapes for some time now. Two editions are currently available via his web shop โ€“ A Perfect Day & A Perfect Night .Read More →

Driftwood Debra Bernier

When most of us pass by an old piece of wood on the ground, we donโ€™t look at it twice. After all, itโ€™s just a stick, right? But for Canadian artist, Debra Bernier,ย the grooves, pits, and breaks in a piece of driftwood are tiny works of art, created by nature, and theyโ€™re inspirational jumping-off points for her earthy, magical artwork.Read More →

Carrara Marble The Pieta

Carrara marble is a white or blue-grey marble that is commonly used in sculpture and building decor. Carrara in the province of Massa and Carrara in the Lunigiana, the northernmost tip of modern-day Tuscany, Italy, is where it is quarried.Read More →