Category - Sculpture

The laser cut work of Louafi Valentine

I am a French artist, mostly paper cut, but I would like to submit my laser cut work. My work has always been drawn to the representation of silhouette due to its delicate sharpness. Its complex simplicity and strong contrasted nature evokes endless depth and meaning.~Louafi Valentine

Amir Chelly’s monstrous metaphysical vision

The artistic works of Amir Chelly are distinguished by their ambiguity and their revealing power. It is an opportunity to deepen the search in the strange and wonderful world that crosses art and creativity. His work contains a collection of hybrid creatures made up of varied members and grotesque integrated bodies that assemble the human and...

Woven Matters by Shelley Heffler

My work speaks as both painting and sculpture. Vinyl banners, canvas, wire and mesh are meticulously hand cut, woven and shaped to create undulations suggestive of fabric, landscape or natural organic forms. I strive to reconnect myself to the external environment that has been torn apart. ~Shelley Heffler

Exploring the tactile nature of identity with Fiona Sant

My name is Fiona Sant, I’m a mixed media artist making sculptures and dioramas in a combination of paper, textile, latex, wire, wood, beads and paint. I currently live and work in Devon, UK after 35 years in London. My website is quite un-updated as I’ve been inaactive after a couple of car accidents, but my instagram is current...

Jessica Thomas’ artistic spaces

Jessica Thomas is a Chicago based artist working in multiple realms that explore the concept of ‘coping mechanisms’. What started as a desire to understand her family’s history with mental illness has manifested into a series of works. “My making opens the space in which it inhabits to personal narrative and a sense of safety...

The kinetic sculptures of Tobias Layman

Tobias Layman has been creating art since 2007. He began his career making ceramic vessels, applying various texture and surface treatment. He eventually became fascinated with the world of kinetic sculpture and now focuses predominantly on that medium. The movements and actions of his work generate excitement and awe. The tremendous output of...

The ocular distortions of Justin Hammond

Justin Hammond’s work has a sense of fantasy realism with figurative abstractions, focusing heavily around the ocular distortion which dabbles into the psychological. Justin’s work is inspired by tree and plant formations, children’s book illustrations and his personal experiences. Much of Justin’s work is built off a story about a...