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Wow,Now that is steel wire

[Clothes of life] South Korean artist Keysook Geum just completed with wire vivid and light evening sculpture series. The master of the invisible clothes, but these clothes seemed to be alive.

Glass change purses, filled with quiet traces of mystery contents. They are part of an ongoing series by British artist Philippa Beveridge, titled Lost & Found.  From www.thejealouscurator.com

Glass change purses, filled with quiet traces of mystery contents. They are part of an ongoing series by British artist Philippa Beveridge, titled Lost & Found.

LESLEY DILL : SCULPTURE : WIRE

I stumbled across this artist while looking for artists that use text in sculpture in an innovative way.

Wire Sculpture

The material provides contrast to the soft and fluffy subject. The fact it stands on a wire circle is different. I prefer it to wire feet.

Terrific piece - Ceramic Sculpture in combination with wood, created by Jan Jacque - matte earth tones are pit fired in contrast to the glazed river bottom rock texture. Cherry wood flows from the clay to a graceful perch. The textured negative slope of the cherry is hand rubbed with copper.

Terrific piece - Ceramic Sculpture in combination with wood, created by Jan Jacque - matte earth tones are pit fired in contrast to the glazed river bottom rock texture. Cherry wood flows from the clay to a graceful perch.

Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Beautiful Glass Sculptures by Ben Young

Ben Young is a self-taught sculpture artist with over 10 years experience, based in Sydney, Australia. Being passionate about sculpting with glass for so long, Ben's work is completely by hand, sheet after

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Soo Sunny Park& Unwoven Light - Composed of 37 individual sculptural units, the installation uses iridescent plexi-glass embedded in pieces of a chain link fence to cast shimmering, colorful reflections across the spacious gallery.

Ruth Asawa, an artist who learned to draw in an internment camp for Japanese-Americans during World War II and later earned renown weaving wire into intricate, flowing, fanciful abstract sculptures, died on Aug. 6, 2013 at her home in San Francisco, where many of her works now dot the cityscape. She was 87.

Ruth Asawa -- I presume this is one of her crocheted wire sculptures __ pinning for form inspiration

Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist

even the tilt of her wrist is realistic. It seems like she was photographed in the middle of a dance. "Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist"

Spun - Cobwebs & Thorns (by louiserichardsonart)

Louise Richardson -- Spun Cobwebs and thorns. To me this is me, feeling my painfull childhood

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