Some artworks are very straightforward that it only takes a second to figure out what they are and what they mean. Others are more of a mystery, with their meanings subject to the viewer’s interpretation. One perfect example of the latter is this collection of mind-boggling wooden creations by Taiwanese sculptor Tung Ming-Chin. This artist
If you’re looking to spruce up the ambiance of your living room, one of Derek Pearce’s mesmerizing “water tables” should do the trick. Pearce is a person who wears many hats. He has worked in theater—both onstage and backstage—and has a wide breadth of experience as a performer, stage carpenter, musical director, lecturer, and teacher.
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.
They say that one man’s trash is another man’s treasure, and for Brian Mock, that statement couldn’t be more accurate. This Aloha, Oregon-based metal sculptor just took recycling to a whole other level, combining imagination, experience, and technical skill to create works of art that are so extraordinary, they almost look impossible to replicate. For
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.
Danish artist Thomas Dambo is all about art with a purpose. One of his biggest projects yet are the giant sculptures that he placed within the forests of Copenhagen. Thomas has been creating wooden giants and placing them around the forests in Copenhagen for about three years now. He says that part of the reason