A small selection of large wooden sculptures by American artist and craftsman Mark Lindquist, all of which are fairly abstract and harness the details in the wood.
Japanese sculptor Masayuki Tsubota has been on my radar for a few weeks now. I’m especially fond of the textures in his forms, as well as the abstract shapes that he’s been able to create.
This fantastic short film and profile on British ceramic artist Matthew Chambers shows exactly how he’s able to create his thin, complex, and mesmerising forms using the pottery wheel.
Japanese Artist Shigekazu Nagae creates his fantastic sculptures by slip casting porcelain, he then connects the different elements together and joins then to create flowing forms.
This imagery presents some work from her collection titled “At the Edge of the Landscape”, which is fairly relevant considering the unique surfaces, also their monolithic appearance.
British artist and photographer Darren Harvey-Regan explores the different layers in photography by juxtaposing images of nature against placed, man-made sculptures.