Posts Tagged: Figurative sculptures
Virgina based sculptor Morgan Herrin hand-carves these outstanding mystical characters, godlike creatures that emerge from the combination of very distinctive forms and evolve into a human mutation. The sculptures are entirely hand-carved and they take hundred of hours to complete. The artist uses hand tools that have been almost completely phased out by modern machines, creating...
Jane Muir creates these unique hand painted figures, representing stereotypes or archetypal characters. The figures are hand modeled, which gives Jane the freedom to experiment with the clay, constantly modifying and adjusting her creations as they emerge.
“The Guardians of Time” relates to the idea that since the beginning of time mankind has had protectors, both for historic and mystical reasons. It seems that only man himself is a potential source of danger for his own existence.
Japan based artist and designer, Makoto Tojiki uses light as his primary medium for creating these truly unique light sculptures. The interplay of light and shadows is captured in the shape of these images, "as ephemeral and enigmatic as shadow itself".
These stunning sculptures are the work of British sculptor Derek Kinzett , whose works have gained recognition for their intricacy and spirituality, receiving commissions from clients such as Tim Green of the Tate Gallery, Lord Ethan Stewart and the Actor Nicolas Cage.