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It is vital that you know what has come before you in your field of interest. Take a look at some of these artists, designers and architects who we think are really interesting!

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The Farm, a sculpture park on New Zealand’s Kaipara Harbour. Land Art, Outdoor Sculpture, Outdoor Art, Sculpture Art, Andy Goldsworthy Art, Environmental Sculpture, Organic Art, Nature Artists, Artistic Installation

Andy Goldsworthy: Arches | Art Installations, Sculpture, Contemporary Art

Andy Goldsworthy: Arches, 2005, Pink Leadhill sandstone blocks stacked into 11 freestanding arches. Each arch is 7m long with each block 1.4m² Gibbs Farm, New Zealandhttp://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Andy_Goldsworthy http://www.gibbsfarm.org.nz/ | Art Installations, Sculpture, Contemporary Art

Carla Scott Fullerton: Occupying Forms Secondary Research, Urban Landscape, Mixed Media, Collage, Sculpture, Drawings, Creative, Artist, Inspiration

Carla Scott Fullerton: Occupying Forms

Coming from a rural environment, Carla Scott Fullerton’s creative process is inspired by her experience of the contrasting urban landscape. She creates her sculptural work by deconstructing architectural forms and using raw building materials based on their unique qualities and character.

Beyong the canvas surface. Yesterday I had the chance to visit a recommendable art exhibition at Galeria Senda, one of Barcelona´s more pushing and consolidated contemporary art galleries. Colorful Paintings, Contemporary Paintings, Found Object Art, Yellow Art, A Level Art, Abstract Sculpture, Abstract Art, Painting Inspiration, Art Boards

Top Abstract Colorful Artists. When the Canvas Surface is Not Enough. - Paperblog

Beyong the canvas surface. Abstract colorful paintings. Yesterday I had the chance to visit a recommendable art exhibition at Galeria Senda, one of Barcelona´s more pushing and consolidated contemporary art galleries.

Angela de la Cruz Deflated (Yellow), 2010 Oil on canvas, 153 x 180 cm Contemporary Wall Decor, Modern Wall Art, Large Wall Art, Contemporary Paintings, Yellow Art, Mellow Yellow, Lisson Gallery, Bokashi, Modern Canvas Art

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Angela de la Cruz. Interesting how she transforms the canvas into a new objetc.

Angela de la Cruz, Stuck, (light will someday split you open) Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Paintings, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Inside Art, Textile Fiber Art, Gold Art, Installation Art, Shape And Form

Angela de la Cruz, Stuck, 2010. (light will someday split you open)

Angela de la Cruz, Stuck, 2010., an art post from the blog light will someday split you open on Bloglovin’

Flatbed print on plexiglass sculpture Modern Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Abstract Art, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Lisson Gallery, Process Art, Wall Sculptures, Installation Art

Angela de la Cruz | Artists

Angela de la Cruz’s practice is elegantly situated between painting and sculpture. Her work engages with the very discourse of painting by targeting its basic anatomy – the stretcher, normally left to its job of keeping the canvas smooth and pliant – often twisted and bent out of shape....

One of my favorite land art projects - Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Running Fence, Sonoma and Marin Counties, California, Land Art, Christo Y Jeanne Claude, Running Fence, Art Conceptual, Art Environnemental, Street Art, Instalation Art, Art Sculpture, Metal Sculptures

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Ernesto Neto contemporary art - this older pieze I haven't seen in flesh but several of his other 'walk-in' sculptures Rose Pompon, Modern Art, Contemporary Art, Espace Design, Instalation Art, Soft Sculpture, Metal Sculptures, Abstract Sculpture, Bronze Sculpture

ernesto neto | designboom.com

ernesto neto is a brazilian contemporary visual artist known for creating installations and sculptures out of stocking-like material and nets that he fills with various objects like spices, sand and shells. drawing from biomorphism, minimalist sculpture, neo-concretism and other brazilian vanguard movements of the 1960s & 70s, the artist both references and incorporates organic shapes and materials that engage all five senses, producing a new type of perception that renegotiates boundaries…