Tag - Sculpture

Dustin Yellin’s Psychogeographies

You know how in Jurassic Park that mosquito is trapped in the amber, preserved and still in tact, DNA-wise? That’s the sort of vibe I get when I look at Dustin Yellin’s Psychogeographies. The series features life size humanoid forms created from various scraps of miscellany stuck between layers and layers of individual panes of glass. The...

David Spriggs’ Ephemeral Installations

To try and parse out the technical ways David Spriggs creates his installations would to sap the mystery and romance right out of them. Even though they are marvels of magical technological wonder. Spriggs’ installations are ephemeral, atmospheric celebrations of movement and color. They’re large in both scale and scope and stun the viewer...

Urs Fischer’s Disintegrating Sculpture, Melodrama

Urs Fischer is a neo-Dada artist, born in Switzerland but operating from New York. In the true spirit of Dada, there is often tense provocation in his work, seen most recently in his 2013 exhibition Melodrama, where a sculpted nude basically crumbled before the audience, her bits dropping off slowly but glaringly, like trickles of snow from a...

Carl Kleiner’s Surreal Still Life

There is a restrained sophistication about Carl Kleiner’s work that immediately draws you in to its elegance before puzzling you with its surrealism, and finally repelling you with its slightly sinister subject matter. First appearances, in the art of Carl Kleiner’s case, are clearly not everything. Look closer and you might get scared. There...

Sculptures by Gosia

These delicate sculptures were made by Gosia – an artist originally from Poland, who currently lives in Canada. Gosia’s sculptures will be on display at the  Marcus Gallery in Southern California coming up in the middle of November.

10 Most Famous Sculptures from Around The World

Among the most famous sculptures in the world, these are some of the best preserved. The quality of a sculpture is defined by the viewer’s ability to see more than the form and expression, but to feel what the artist was attempting to evoke in sculpting the piece. The artist’s purposes for creating these works of stone were dependent on the...

Ultra Realistic Sculptures Marc Sinaj

We’re all familiar with the typical idealized sculpture… the David at the Louvre or the Venus de Milo for example, well sculpture Marc Sinaj went in the other direction. These ultra realistic sculptures feature human glory with all of its imperfections. Sinaj specializes in ultra realism, a style of art that became popular in the...