Pegasus by Polly Verity

wire & paper sculpture

Pegasus was the winged horse sired by Poseidon, and foaled by the Gorgon Medusa. Everywhere Pegasus struck his hoof, a fresh spring burst forth

Traveller by Michelle Gregor

Traveller by Michelle Gregor

Persia (detail) by Michelle Gregor

Petit Buste (by Melanie Bourget)

Typewriter by Jennifer Collier Typewriter by Jennifer Collier Typewriter by Jennifer Collier

Typewriter by Jennifer Collier

Relief Rhythm by Yaacov Agam
Painted wood; 16 5/8 x 19 1/4 x 3 3/4 in. (42.2 x 48.9 x 9.5 cm)
Agam studied art at the Bezalel School in Jerusalem, then continued his studies in Zurich with Johannes Itten. He is credited with introducing geometric abstraction to Israeli art. The son of a rabbi, Agam was raised in a deeply religious family and was heavily influenced by the spirituality of Judaism early in his life. His religious background has informed the conceptual development of his work as well as his choice of imagery. A pioneer of the kinetic art movement, Agam has sought to create a form of sculptural art that is not based on static images, but that expresses the continuously evolving nature of reality. Using abstract geometric forms, Relief Rhythm engages the viewer in a multitude of possible compositions, which transform as the viewer moves or changes positions. The work thus appears to be in constant motion, existing in time as a developing and changing entity.

Relief Rhythm by Yaacov Agam

Painted wood; 16 5/8 x 19 1/4 x 3 3/4 in. (42.2 x 48.9 x 9.5 cm)

Agam studied art at the Bezalel School in Jerusalem, then continued his studies in Zurich with Johannes Itten. He is credited with introducing geometric abstraction to Israeli art. The son of a rabbi, Agam was raised in a deeply religious family and was heavily influenced by the spirituality of Judaism early in his life. His religious background has informed the conceptual development of his work as well as his choice of imagery. A pioneer of the kinetic art movement, Agam has sought to create a form of sculptural art that is not based on static images, but that expresses the continuously evolving nature of reality. Using abstract geometric forms, Relief Rhythm engages the viewer in a multitude of possible compositions, which transform as the viewer moves or changes positions. The work thus appears to be in constant motion, existing in time as a developing and changing entity.

The Windbreaker by Els Wenselaers

28 x 67 x 18 cm, Ceramics

Italian Sculptor Aron Demetz

Wood carving, early 20th century

Found in Belgium

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Fabric Sculptures by Manon Gignoux

Canine Sculptures by Lorraine Corrigan
on tumblr

Canine Sculptures by Lorraine Corrigan

on tumblr

recycled art | Geoffrey Gorman

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Visnu vu de dos
trois premiers quarts du 9e siècle9e siècle, style du Kulen (800-850)grès, sculptureCambodge, temple Prasat Thma Dap
(C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier
Section Cambodge du musée Guimet
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Visnu vu de dos

trois premiers quarts du 9e siècle
9e siècle, style du Kulen (800-850)
grès, sculpture
Cambodge, temple Prasat Thma Dap

(C) RMN-Grand Palais (musée Guimet, Paris) / Thierry Ollivier

Section Cambodge du musée Guimet

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Filament Sculptures

Art project by LIA that explores generative sculpture based on the behaviour of the 3D printing process - video embedded below:

… I explored the behaviour of a 3D printer and its filament (developing my own software in the process) to create a new kind of sculpture, native to the medium …

behaviours discovered:
1. surfaces can be continuous or chaotic
2. lines can be rigid or organic
3. filament can be closely controlled or let free to find its own form

You can find out more at the project’s webpage here

LIA also have a Tumblr blog documenting the trials and discoveries of the experiment, which you can check out here

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