Lustrous Glass Sculptures by Julie Gonce Mirror the Beauty of Natural Forms
6 monthes ago - By Colossal
“Ô mousse!,” all images provided by Julie Gonce.
French artist Julie Gonce 's artworks imitate the beauty and detail of natural forms-budding flowers, moss growing within fallen branches, and dew delicately balanced on strands of fresh grass. Gonce has been creating her glossy sculptures since 1997, and uses her torch similarly to how a conductor uses a baton-with precision, passion, and timely delicacy. Her sculpted forms ask the viewer to be attentive to our changing planet, and to notice how beautiful and bountiful nature is as it continually replicates.
Gonce was raised around artists...
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