Category: Sculpture

Art by Ulisses Santiago (New York – Puerto Rico)

  From Ulisses Santiago: Ulisses Santiago is an Artist, Writer, and Creative Director born in Brooklyn, New York, currently living in sunny San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is engaged in Ceramic Sculpture, Painting, Advertising and Video Production. He searches in his art the metaphysical zeitgeist in the human condition and its connection to the power of Nature. He creates Ceramic… Read more →

These Ice Sculptures Will Bring Wonder to Your Winter

This fountain in Quincy turned into an ice sculpture after the snow and colder weather this week. Photo / Amie Sligar Schaapman This fountain in Quincy turned into an ice sculpture after the snow and colder weather this week. Photo / Amie Sligar Schaapman #icesculpture #winter #frozen #fountain A post shared by Wenatchee World (@wenatcheeworld) on Dec 9, 2016 at… Read more →

Art from Jade (@jaderossda) / Olafsfjordur, Iceland

From Jade: Jade de Robles is a multidisciplinary designer with half of her body from Spain and the other half from England although currently both halves are in Iceland. Her work is focused on ways of visually telling stories and making these accessible to a large audience. She loves talking to strangers, reads people through their fridges and often dreams… Read more →

Art from Asher (@retech_org) / Michigan, US

From Asher: Most of these are sold to private collectors. And the Cyberpunk Cube is going into a museum exhibit starting Jan. 2016. retech.org – facebook.com/retech.org – pinterest.com/retech – twitter.com/retech_org – instagram.com/retech_org – retech-org.tumblr.com Read more →

Art from Metrov (@metrov) / Santa Barbara, California, US

Metrov began professional life in New York City in 1970 as a designer/illustrator for world-renowned Push Pin Studios, then as a Fine Arts painter in a loft studio across the street from Andy Warhol’s Factory. He studied painting  with Gilbert Stone, a Prix di Rome Scholar, whose mentor was the late, great Gregory Gillespie. Having exhibited in NYC & Los Angeles,… Read more →

Art from Ellen Mueller (@emueller9)

Ellen Mueller has exhibited nationally and internationally as an interdisciplinary artist exploring the everyday challenge of living with hyperactive news media and corporate management systems. She creates experiences that engage with social and political issues through imagery, performance, and installation. Recent exhibitions include Americana at The Soap Factory in Minneapolis MN and Arrest Me at Punch Gallery in Seattle WA.… Read more →

Art from Ian Barrowcliffe (@Ians_4D)

From Ian Barrowcliffe: What is it about Glass? From a grain of sand. It is said, “That when a passion absorbs one. It becomes an addiction”. The variety of expressions that are created using this volatile medium are endless, from the day man started melting sand, to the exquisite masterpieces that are on permanent exhibition today are simply mind-blowing, saying this,… Read more →

Art from Alain Bellino (@Alain_Bellino)

Alain Bellino was born in Nice in 1955. In the 80’s, he discovered the world of metal and ornamentation in his father’s workshop where he learnt gold and silver plating and bronze restoration. After many years of practice and technical research dedicated to rehabilitating and re-composing objects, he engaged in an artistic way around 2010. The ornament that is torn… Read more →

Art from Eric Ho (@NinjaRAWLegend)

From Eric Ho: My name is Eric Ho and I’m a social media marketing professional based out of NYC. I enjoy making 3D printed figurines inspired by science, fascinating creatures and corgis. Website – Twitter – Instagram           Read more →

Art from Morgan Seiler (@thewondercatx)

Morgan Seiler (aka wondercat) is a self-taught 3D-print enthusiast from Brooklyn. She clearly likes vibrant colors, teeth, and characters with personality. Website – Twitter – Instagram                 Read more →

Art from Dorothée Zombronner (@kaffee3000)

Born 182 in Göttingen (Germny) 2002-2007 Fine Arts at Muthesius University Kiel 2007 Diplom Fine Arts Exhibitions (Solo and Group Shows) ot_23013_klein © Dorothée Zombronner, 2015 VITA *1982 2007 Diplom Freie Bildende Kunst (Muthesius Kunsthochschule) SOLO & GROUP SHOWS 2015 heimat (G) Kunstverein Munich 2015 Selfies (G) Gallery West, Columbia (Canada) 2014 Lange Nacht der Bilder (E) UrbanPlus, Berlin 2014… Read more →

Art from Nina Kossman

Moscow born, Nina Kossman is an artist, writer, poet, translator, and playwright. Her paintings and sculptures have been exhibited in Moscow, Philadelphia, and New York. The recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts fellowship, a UNESCO/PEN Short Story Award, grants from Foundation for Hellenic Culture and Alexander S. Onassis Public Benefit Foundation, she is the author of two books… Read more →

Art from Haley Craw (@AdorableMammal)

Haley Craw is a multidisciplinary artist currently living in Calgary. Her practice takes the form of sculpture, installation and an expanded interpretation of “drawing”. Using elements from the personal and the political, the emotional and intellectual, and the beautiful and abject, her work focuses on deconstructing binaries constructed through ideology and reinforced through society that oppress and simplify female sexuality,… Read more →

Art from Toni Spyra

In an almost fun way Toni Spyra gives the viewer a thought-provoking impulse. By modifying objects of everyday use the Austrian based, German artist wants to provoke a new point of view concerning the different ways of using everyday things. Spyra creates a sense of familiarity, but also a feel of irritation. At second glance, the viewer is able to… Read more →

Art from Christine K. Harris

  From Christine K. Harris: Christine is a professional art therapist with a Master’s Degree from Eastern Virginia Medical School. The core beliefs of this profession, including stressing process over product and using art as a vehicle for self-expression, are important in her artwork. Spending many years teaching art to others and helping people through art therapy, she only recently began… Read more →

This Is What Songs Look Like As 3D Printed Sculptures

Have you ever wanted to touch music? To hold it and turn it in your hands as you feel it’s shape, it’s texture, it’s weight? Now you can. Lead by Allison Wood and Kei Gowda, Reify turns sound waves into 3-D printed sculptures that play the sound back with an augmented reality app. Wood started the company to explore digital synesthesia,… Read more →

Art from Guido Oakley

By both his work and his conversation Guido Oakley has an extraordinary gift of drawing you into a world that is completely exotic and otherworldly by making it seem totally accessible. His sculptures are a reflection of the fact he clearly lives and breaths art. Guido is a multifaceted artist. He studied first at Shelley Park, Bournemouth, then Central Saint… Read more →

Sculpture from Shannon Neeley

From Shannon Neeley: I am currently a Cultural Studies/Media and Journalism student at university and have written for online music publications in my spare time. I love surrounding myself with music, writing, fashion and art, and working on my many different creative projects. My heart lies in all-day breakfast joints and I also happen to be mildly obsessed with pugs! My… Read more →

Art from Paul Boultbee

Paul Boultbee, born in Paris, Ontario in 1951, received his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Western Ontario and left Canada in 1975 to take up a position at the College of the Bahamas. In January 1982 he arrived in Red Deer to take up a position as a librarian at Red Deer College. In July 1998, Paul… Read more →