There’s a certain balance found in nature that’s hard to depict in a physical object. It’s something I think many of us wish we could attain but feels so far away. Even when using natural materials such as clay or wood the human hand seems to create this boundary between nature its
It’s only natural that after seeing so many forms you start to search for ones that are more striking or at least challenge you visually. The real work starts when you try to incorporate this in to an environment and use these objects as a trial for future ideas and concepts that can be built
Talented up and coming artist is Swedish creative Sarita Arte who specialises in collecting wood from her surroundings and translating these in to sculptural abstract artwork.
We present the sculptural work of Toronto-based artist Jen Aitken who takes references from our urban environment and translates these in to sculpture that might stir something inside of us.
German sculptor Lotte Thuenker takes much of her inspiration from the movement in the water, as well as the hulls of boats or shipwrecks eroded away and looks to present this in her own work.
Boston-based American Sculptor Bill Thompson showcases through perseverance and hard graft you can produce work that follows your own true path and is an expression of potential itself.
Rüdiger's sculptures are handmade at his studio located in a disused factory in the northern part of the Black Forest, a mountain range in the state of Baden-Württemberg in southwest Germany.
For this collection titled "Melting Point", Korean designer Kwangho Lee used a selection of marble and onyx slotted together nicely to construct a unique mixture of sculptural forms.
Talented Spanish architect and visionary sculptor Arturo Berned has been creating these gritty and energetic sculptures that stand juxtaposed to the urban environment surrounding them.
After garnering some attention with her smaller woodworks Ariele Alasko has since progressed to interior design and has also recently produced sculptures that I decided to highlight here today.
Martha Sturdy is a talented sculptor from Vancouver, British Columbia, that uses a mixture of materials and has spent most of her life inspired by the nature that surrounds her in Canada.
Malou Palmqvist is a Swedish artist who has used her fashion background to create this series of sculptures that she regards as "Three Dimensional Collages" which play with the idea of balance.