Humpback whale Ocean Bowl. The glass was hand-blown by Redhot Glass and I chose to create a piece that is more functional, yet sculptural. I am very pleased with the unique outcome. Each bowl will be different. +-500mm long x 320mm wide. Limited Edition. #whales#bronzeart#sculpture#blownglass#ocean
This sculpture was created with the purpose of getting a message across to others that their future rest in our hands. Each piece is about 40cm high, three of which have already been sold. Each piece is on a different Southern African wood species. The most recent available is on a beautiful piece of yellowwood. #rhino#poaching#save the rhino#sculpture#bronze#bronzeart#big five. Have a look at my website at www.richardjgunston.com
Diana the Huntress as an Archer, Bronze Sculpture for sale @ https://bronzhaus.com/collections/nude-erotic-bronze-statues-sculptures/products/diana-the-huntress-bronze-statue-17-5-x-7?variant=38500424257
My solo show at Paderewski Fine Art is up! Stop by for the opening tonight between 4-8. At 6pm I will be holding an artist talk followed by a brief Q&A and meet and greet. Wine and light snacks will be provided. See you there!!
Live mask - an ongoing confrontation with a changing self ... Who am I? Is this really me ...? Was I any different two years ago ...?
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The beauty of old age, of the hard-earned wrinkles of kindness and devotion that take more than ninety years to grow. _______________________________________________________ (Project FacingDeath 2018, 102 death masks of successive ages 1 to 101, silicate bronze, patinated, female 95.) Double tap if you would like this exhibited in a museum.
We were shocked and saddened to hear of the passing of Salish artist Tom Eneas last month. No one quite captured expression the way he did in his recognizable masks. Tom was commissioned for numerous monumental projects around BC including painting the Esquimalt band’s longhouse and carving a totem for the Vancouver Technical School. This is #4 from an edition of 12 Moon Masks cast in bronze, this one with a stone finish patina.
“La momie” (2001, first work shown) Born in 1961, French Artist Marc Petit lives and works near Limoges creating dark and ominous figures from bronze. “Lonely characters with a gloomy look. They seemed lost, and were dominated by oppressiveness or spite. The body has a tired, disembodied look. One doesn't know if it's a tragedy or a floating moment, like a soul wandering in a limbo.“ via artsper.com/en/contemporary-artists/france/2676/marc-petit He is represented in Paris by gallery Schwab Beaubourg. Additional work and artist info can be found here marc-petit.com. Please scroll right for more works #macabreart#darksculpture#bronzeart#darkart#creepyart#darkartandcraft