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Sculptor Expertly Fools the Eye with Surreal Ceramics That Look Like Wood

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Duende ... wood carving!

A sculpted Wood Elf - or Dryad - in a tree. Perhaps we should look at the trees more closely.

Ceramic Sculpture Art by Christopher David White

Unbelievable Ceramic Sculptures That Look Like Wood

Artist Christopher David White uses clay as his material in making deceptive sculptures that are simply mind-boggling. Works like ‘Asphyxia’ (the human head) and ‘Cycle of Decay’ (the wooden hand) […]

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éternelle | Antique Grey - Traditional Style - Shades of Grey

Art Nouveau Statue Love In A Rose Viena, Austria Photo by onkel wart (Thomas Lieser)

Wood mask, 'Lover' by NOVICA

Modern Wood Mask from Indonesia, 'Lover'

Christopher David This is ceramic and not drift wood!  WOODWORKING   ART

Sculptor Christopher David White is known for his ceramic creations that double as fantastic optical illusions. It's hard to believe the hyper realistic pieces are made of clay,

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The 8 world's most prominent hyper-realist sculptors

Phillips Collection Wood Sculptures -- love this!  Just like our Listings OC Article, "Nature as Sculpture." http://www.listingsmagazine.com/digital_issue/2013_08/

Carved Root Sculptures - modern - Originals And Limited Editions - Raleigh - Phillips Collection

laminated plywood, Michael Kukla 7M Woodworking draws inspiration from woodcarving and wood sculpture. Check out our other woodworking projects at www.7mwoodworking.com (312) 545-0331

Art Museum Michael Kukla carved wood sculpture: “By drilling and grinding out cellular-like structures, I try to create an organic surface that seems naturally transformed.