Fountains by Malgorzata Chodakowska


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Let yourself be touched by Malgorzata Chodakowska in cooperation with photographer Lothar Sprenger. Almost heavenly compositions of sculptures, by when angelswings spread, tutus dance or an engrossed  “Bella Figura” turns her head dreamily in a soft shower. Malgorzata Chodakowska  shows how perfectly she combines the solid element of her bronze with the flow of the water.

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Human Limbs Mysteriously Emerge from Marble Slabs in Milena Naef’s Performative Sculptures


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Milena Naef juxtaposes the manufactured shapes of marble slabs with the organic forms of the human figure in her performative sculptural works. In her series ‘Fleeting Parts,’ the artist removes portions of Cristallina marble to create openings that are perfectly shaped to allow arms, legs, and torsos to emerge.

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Armchairs and Loveseats Reconstructed Into Sculptures by Nina Saunders


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Nina Saunders is a Danish artist that creates sculptures that appears to be amorphous contents onto the ground. Her works typically involve secondhand furniture, and she uses these domestic objects of comfort and kitsch into sculptural pieces unintended for practical use.

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Wood sculptures by Tach Pollard


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Tach Pollard, a wood sculpture from England, has always loved trees. The woodlands offered him a wonderland of organically shaped roots for him to pull out of the ground. It was not until later in his life that he began to carve some of the wood he had collected. He focuses on sculpting wood and he occasionally carves woodblocks for printing. His sculptures are inspired by the wood itself with hints of European Folklore, mystery traditions, and mythology.


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The most incredible sculptures around the world


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Art is the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power. There are some artists who have given their incredible sculptures and statues a special note of creation. Many of these creations have become a trademark of entire cities and even countries.

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Light & Shadow by Kumi Yamashita


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Kumi Yamashita sculpts using both light and shadow. Kumi constructs single or multiple objects and places them in relation to a single light source. The complete artwork is therefore comprised of both the material (the solid objects) and the immaterial (the light or shadow).

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Materializing from the emptiness by Italian Artist Matteo Pugliese

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Matteo Pugliese was born in Milan in 1969. In 1978 his family moved to Sardinia where Matteo lived for the next 12 years. During this time he developed a strong love for drawing and sculpture and continued his art work without any formal education. Today his works are on permanent display in galleries in Italy and major cities throughout the world: New York, Rome, Hong Kong, London, Antwerp, Lugano and have been shown at some of the most important Italian and international art fairs.

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Kissing Sculptures and Statues


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A kiss is the touch or pressing of one's lips against another person or an object. Cultural connotations of kissing vary widely. Depending on the culture and context, a kiss can express sentiments of love, passion, romance, friendship, peace, and more.

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Wonderful Sculptures reimagine women’s hair as landscapes by artist Yuanxing Liang


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Outstanding detailed worlds emerge from busts of youthful women in clay sculptures by Chinese artist Yuanxing Liang

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Rape of Proserpina (1621-1622) By Gian Lorenzo Bernini


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The Rape of Proserpina (Italian: Ratto di Proserpina) is a large Baroque marble sculptural group by Italian artist Gian Lorenzo Bernini, executed between 1621 and 1622. Bernini was only twenty-three years old at its completion. It depicts the Abduction of Proserpina, where Proserpina is seized and taken to the underworld by the god Pluto.

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David by Michelangelo


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David is one of Michelangelo’s most-recognizable works, and has become one of the most recognizable statues in the entire world of art.  Standing 13’5″ tall, the double life-sized David is depicted patiently waiting for battle, prepped with slingshot in one hand and stone in the other.  The twentysomething-Michelangelo carved the David after he had already carved the Pieta in Rome in the late 1490s and returned to Florence in 1501.

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Wall hanging relief faces made from pieces of wood by Bennett Ewing


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Bennett Ewing, better known as "Eyevan Tumbleweed," is a nature lover with an art intensive background of over 15 years. In 2002 while living in Prescott, AZ Eyevan found his niche medium in found wood sculpture. Since then he has spent the majority of his artistic focus on a series of visages comprised from pieces of wood he collects from mountains, deserts, swamps, forests, riparian zones (rivers) and beaches.

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Archeologist Spends Over 35 Years Building Huge Scale Model of Ancient Rome


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The plaster model is a masterpiece created by archaeologist Italo Gismondi, who worked on the piece throughout his life. The initial core of the scale model, which was partially based on Rodolfo Lanciani‘s 1901 map Forma Urbis, was completed for a large exhibition celebrating the 2,000th anniversary of the death of Augustus. In the 1950s, it was installed permanently in the Museum of Roman Civilization, with Gismondi continuing to expand the model up until 1971.

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