This sculpture has been showing up everywhere (in my circle of sources, anyway)…for good reason. Who wouldn’t love a 1938 Underwood typewriter bursting with sculpted bronze tentacles?
Archive for the sculpture Category
Kubasco is a sculptor specializing in masks, props, reproductions, prosthetics, character design, creatures, monsters and figurines. His website is a combination of personal creations and intriguing artifacts.
For example, here is a 1930’s dental phantom with five gold fillings and removable teeth.
There is some really great stuff on the site. Have a look at Museum Oddities.
This is perhaps my favorite piece of Halloween folk art I’ve seen this year: the Gourd Vampire Pumpkin.
Of course, the face is masterfully done…but I think the yellow-green eyes really MAKE this piece. Isn’t he hypnotic in the most perfectly insane way?
Susan Beatrice crafts beautiful, detailed sculptures from mechanical miscellania. Her pocket watch creations are stunning:
From the artist bio:
All Natural Arts was started by Susan Beatrice as a venue for selling her creations. Combining talent and imagination with a love of nature, the designs are created with the environment in mind. Recycled, upcycled and repurposed objects are combined with natural elements into unique, Earth-friendly and artistic items sensitive to the limits of our natural resources.
All Natural Arts is a celebration of nature in the form of jewelry and other fun and whimsical items. Using sea glass, stones and other natural elements as well as vintage watches, jewelry pieces, and found objects to create one of a kind treasures for you to enjoy or to give as gifts.
Thanks for sharing this, Colleen!
These look like the (very talented) doodles my grandfather used to do on random pieces of paper around the house…but they are actually Martin Senn’s three dimensional WIRE SCULPTURES.
Liquid Light Glass is the work of artist Elodie Holmes. After initially working with ceramics, she discovered her passion for glass work.
My favorite section on the site, and there’s a lot to look at, is Auroras (example above).
Each piece is so graceful and complex, yet somehow cohesive in its unconventional form. It’s like watching a dance, a light show…or a conversation on some alien language.