Thousands of Miniature Mirrors Dazzle and Refract in Multi-Media Sculptures by Lee Bul
Installation view, Lehmann Maupin, Chrystie Street, New York, May 2-June 21, 2014, all images via Lehmann Maupin Korean artist Lee Bul examines shared human consciousness in a...
19 days ago - Colossal
Abby Lloyd's interview with her Aunt Nancy
Contributed by Joshua Abelow / “Abby's Room” is a show at Freddy in Harris, New York, featuring Abby Lloyd's new sculptures and childhood drawings by her Aunt Nancy. “When my...
1 month ago - Two Coats of Paint
What to See When Vacationing in Spain
Spain is one of the world's countries most steeped in culture and history. The nation draws in millions of tourists each year to enjoy its beaches, food, music, art and...
1 month ago - Barcelona
May 2019: Lumsden Green, Newmarket
The weather is changing. Autumn days are clear and bright, but with the bite of cold that forecasts Winter is coming. Lumsden Green is a small patch of green and sculpture in...
2 monthes ago - Urban Sketchers Aotearoa
Days 599, 600, and 601 "Festival Days"
Every year the North River Arts Society in Marshfield, MA holds its annual Festival of the Arts. I love the weekend, often calling it a "weekend away" without the cost of...
2 monthes ago - Jody Regan
Sebastian Velasquez Final
Final Sculpture Art 350 "The Naming of Dogs?" Steel, paint approx. 7ft by 5ft by 7ft I draw in 3D space the most simplistically abstracted forms of creatures. However, these...
2 monthes ago - Advanced Sculpture
Small Glass Animal Sculptures by Claire Kelly Connect To Larger Issues of Conservation
All images courtesy of Claire Kelly Rhode Island-based glass artist Claire Kelly creates adorable animal sculptures out of glass that connect to serious issues concerning the...
3 monthes ago - Colossal
Crossconnectmag: Painting, Streetart, Sculpture and More by
Crossconnectmag : Painting, Streetart, Sculpture and More by Brusk As a graduate of the Fine Arts School of St. Etienne, Brusk is capable of painting and drawing everything. He...
3 monthes ago - Cross Connect Magazine
Who Is Ruth Asawa, the Artist in Today's Google Doodle?
Asawa, who died at 87 in 2013, was known for her intricate wire sculptures. She learned to draw in a World War II internment camp for Japanese-Americans.
3 monthes ago - NY Times
Shape and Shadow: The Sculpture of Larry Kagan at Albany Institute of History & Art
Larry Kagan - Hershey Art, 2011 - light and steel wire all photos by Gary Gold There's a particularly close relationship between sculpture and drawing. I first noticed this...
3 monthes ago - Get Visual