Art: Sculpture and assemblage

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Sarah Jane Colleran
Art Nouveau - Sculpture by Rene Lalique Lalique Jewelry, Art Nouveau Design, Art Nouveau Jewelry, Art Deco Period, Geometric Art, Metal Art, Sculpture Art, Amazing Art, Art Dolls

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Recognised as one of the world's greatest glass makers and jewellery designers of the art Nouveau and art Deco periods, René Jules Lalique was an imaginative and creative artist in all his work. By 1890, Lalique was recognized as one of France's foremost Art Nouveau jewellery designers; creating innovative pieces for Samuel Bing's new Paris shop, La Maison de l'Art Nouveau. He went on to be one of the most famous in his field, his name synonymous with creativity and quality.

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The "Apply within" Edition :: Rusty's Electric Dreams, Issue #175 | Rusty's Electric Dreams

“Because when you are working, you’ll always work. And when you’re not working, you’ll never work again.” — Stephen Colbert on the cancellation... Read more

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work by Akio Takamori

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lenore tawney, american crafts in by nina leen for life magazine Art Fibres Textiles, Textile Fiber Art, Weaving Textiles, Textile Artists, Fibre Art, Tapestry Weaving, American Crafts, Collage Kunst, Art Du Fil

Lenore Tawney: "A weaver of shimmering fabrics helps lead a colorful American revival", from LIFE Magazine article The Old Crafts Find New Hands photographed by Nina Leen, 1966

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Leonardo Da Vinci would be proud of these cardboard flying machines

These flying machines created by Daniel Agdag make me think of those designed by Leonardo Da Vinci in the 15th century. The difference is that Leonardo based his designs in precise calculations while Daniel builds his spectacular cardboard sculptures guided only by his intuition, with no previous sketching.

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Ghostly Figures Occupy Sculptures of Architectural Ruin by Diana Al-Hadid

Diana Al-Hadid creates large-scale sculptures and installations that merge bodily forms with collapsing altars, columns, and other architectural forms. Headless bronze figures in repose appear to drip down concrete blocks, while organs surround fictional players like beautiful beasts. In each, the S

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Australian Plants Grow from the Crevices of Jamie North's Living Sculptures

Embedded within the eroded cement and marble pillars of artist Jamie North are a host of plants native to Australia. Kangaroo vines, Port Jackson figs, and kidney weeds wrap themselves around steel cables and grow from the crevices of the cracked stone forms, juxtaposing the industrial, human-made s

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Bizarre Porcelain Sculptures by Artist Morel Doucet Tangle Limbs, Seashells, and Coral

Based in Miami, artist Morel Doucet imbues his surreal artworks with a reminder that the natural world is ripe with entanglements. Often monochromatic, the slip-cast and hand-built porcelain pieces merge flora and fauna into dense amalgamations: a series of naked figures sit with coral, safety pins,

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Recycled Scraps and Discarded Objects Are Fashioned Into an Eccentric Menagerie of Metal Animals

London-based artist Barbara Franc (previously) upcycles materials that otherwise would be tossed into the recycling bin to create a quirky menagerie of metal creatures. Composed with scraps and copper wire, the lively sculptures generally are indicative of movement: owls lift a talon mid-waddle, two

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Natural Elements Emerge from Vintage Garments in Trompe L’oeil Sculptures by Artist Ron Isaacs

Vintage clothing and nature collide in the trompe l'oeil works of Ron Isaacs (previously). Autumn leaves flow from a pastel pocketbook, songbirds emerge from a dress seam, and branches extend the length of formalwear. Despite appearing as fully formed sculptures complete with layered textiles and or

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Using Precisely Cut Maps, Nikki Rosato’s Busts and Portraits Connect Place, Memory, and Identity

Through mesh busts and delicate portraits, Nikki Rosato visualizes the connections between place and identity. The Washington, D.C.-based artist carves out the multi-colored highways and back roads from common maps, leaving the distances and spatial markings intact. She then shapes the cut paper int