Some of the most renowned sculptors we know today use raw materials such as wood, ceramic, clay, and marble to create marvelous pieces of art (such as portraits) that imitate reality. For Romanian sculptor Darius Hulea, industrial metals became the medium that allowed him to craft recognizable portraits that show his contemporary and classical artistry.
While most of us find no use for fallen logs other than wood for our fireplaces, this wood artist can turn any lifeless block into a piece of beautiful furniture or decorative item. Mori Kono – a Japanese-Canadian wood artist – and his team gather fallen logs to create impressively detailed sculptures of forest animals.
A Russian artist makes a name for himself as he brings ancient art to the comforts of homes. Goga Tandashvili is a sculptor and painter who hails from Moscow, Russia. He is most prominent for his elaborate and life-like murals. His forte? Three-dimensional sculptures on interior spaces. Evident in the works of the Russian artist