Category - Sculpture

Micaela Lattanzio explores New Worlds

I’m delight to introduce the new exhibition project by Micaela Lattanzio. After the success of Fragmenta, a series dedicated to the solitude of contemporary times, characterized by the image fragmentation and highlighting women issues in our century, the artist proposes a new series titled “New Worlds”, this time looking directly...

Fragmenting identity – The mosaics of Micaela Lattanzio

It’s a pleasure to introduce a new series of artworks by Micaela Lattanzio an italian artist based in Rome. Fragmenta is a project started in 2013 where the artist focuses her research on the fragmentation of identity. The work is the result of a painstaking manual cropping where the image is transformed into an intricate mosaic that...

The sand sculptures of Jason Arney-O’Neil

I was fortunate enough to spend time in my home away from home.  Avila Beach, CA.  Such a beautiful and beautifully small beach town snuggled in San Luis Obispo Bay.  I feel such a strong connection while I visit – because this place is filled with warm people who live in or visit often this sandy shore (next door to the happiest town in...

The miniature dioramas of Mark Bartkiw

I’m a Canadian photo and video based artist. I use miniature dioramas to construct surreal scenes that create a feeling of mystery and tension. The viewer projects their own story or interpretation into the implied actions. ~Mark Bartkiw The analogue macro-photographic approach is a crucial aspect of the construction of the images. The camera...

The magical paper art of Malena Valcarcel

I am a paper Artist, I make Book Sculptures, Paper Jewelry, and Paper Art. I love working with paper and I am always thinking about new designs. I always use discarded or recycled books and transform them into Art. I introduce light in many of my pieces which, I believe, gives the Sculpture a magic appearance. ~Malena Valcarcel

Threaded portraits by Petro Vrellis

Petro Vrellis creates stunning portraits of people you won’t believe are created completely out of thread. Each piece uses up a few thousand meters of black thread, which he crisscrosses across a primitive circular loom in straight lines. He uses computer algorithms to help generate the pattern but weaves the final artwork completely by hand...

The Buddhist inspired art of Sangeeta Abhay

My Inspiration… Our world is fraught with insecurity of virtually every kind today. It is a period of tribulation. But all is not lost, nor is the situation beyond redemption. Over 2500 years ago, the lone, powerful voice of Lord Buddha served to quell the fears of mankind and worked to bring people together by showing the way forward through...

Wallwave Vibrations by Loris Cecchini

Walls turn into watery surfaces and vibrate with life in these latest works by Italian artist Loris Cecchini. The series “Wallwave Vibrations” puts humming undulations on top of flat surfaces as if sounds were traveling through the surface. Cecchini creates each piece by digitally producing the designs, then fabricating them with polyester...

Classically inspired lightboxes by Myung Keun Koh

Myung Keun Koh gives us a unique new take on classical artwork by layering transparent prints on top of 3-dimensional lightboxes. The artist laminates each photographic print, creating a multiple exposure effect laid on top of forms resembling modern houses or building complexes. Each lightbox is illuminated from inside and radiates a warm glow on...