Sculptures

Bronze sculptures: In the early century, Greeks and Romans popularized bronze sculptures as they were the masters in sculpting them. They had huge bronze sculptures of their gods, goddesses, kings etc. Initially wooden sculptures were made and then bronze sheets were fixed on them to get the desired sculpture. Once they found the wax sculpting, it became easier to create these bronze sculptures. In these techniques, clay is used to create the desired shape or... Sculptures02 Oct 2017

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Sand Sculptures: I am sure many of us as children would have created hundreds of sculptures of castles on our many visits to the beach. With some plastic buckets and small spades, any kid can create funny castles. Some kids develop a passion for this art and they develop these huge sand sculptures of people and characters or just let their imaginations fly. There are many competitions held for supporting and encouraging budding sand sculpture artists. Since sand is... Sculptures27 Sep 2017

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Steel Wire Sculpture: Korean artist Byeong Doon Moon creates sculptures of animals using stainless steel wires.  The peacock sculpture by the artist is titled 'Our memory in you place' while the deer sculpture which was created in 2011 by the artist is titled 'I have been dreaming to be a tree". Both the sculptures were featured as part of Sculpture by the Sea annual event in Sydney .The intricately welded peacock is titled " Our... SculpturesKorea South20 Sep 2017

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Scrap Sculptures : We would have heard our moms and dads saying not to waste anything, well this kid took it seriously, when it came to his work. Igor verniy is quite popular for his steampunk scrap sculptures made out of unwanted things like watches, old bike chains, silverware and almost anything that he can lay his hands on. His scrap sculptures look very realistic and only if you look very closely, you can notice the metals or pins that he has used to... SculpturesRussian Federation14 Sep 2017

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Vegetable carving origin is disputed , some attribute it to Japan and others to Thailand . In Japan its called " Mukimono" . Acording to the book " Japanese garnishes , the Ancient Art of Mukimono " the author traces the root of vegetable carving to ancient times when food was served unglazed in a pot . The platters were covered with leaf , Artistic chefs folded and cut the leaf for attractive presentations . Mukimono didnt become... Sculptures14 Sep 2017

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Sculpture: Sculptures can be created using different kinds of materials like paper, clay, wood, stone etc and are available in many different shapes and sizes. Some sculptures are small as rice grains and others much bigger than the skyscrapers. In this post we have included 20 Stunning Sculpture works from around the world for your inspiration. We have scoured the internet and present the most stunning and sculptures which will make you say, “Are they for... Sculptures20 Aug 2017

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Wood Carving is normally done with chisels and wood by artists. There are four different techniques for Wood Carving and each of the techniques use different kinds of tools for creating the sculptures. Whittling is a very old method which has been use for many years. In this technique the knife strokes are visible if you look at the carving closely. Carving in the round: In this technique many different tools like gauges, chisels, knife, blades etc are used to... Sculptures11 Aug 2017

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Creative sculpture: John Morris is a British sculptor, who moved to Australia at the very young age of 3. He graduated from the Queensland college of graphic design and worked as a freelance designer, before starting to focus on his wood sculptures. His wood sculptures are very frail and they are a combination of magic and stark reality. He uses leather, brass, stainless steel materials for creating his unique wood sculptures. John Morris was always fascinated by... SculpturesAustralia06 Jun 2017

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Surreal Sculptures: In this post we have included 20 Creative and Surreal Sculptures by Morgan mutations for your inspiration. Morgan Loebel is popularly known as Morgan mutations as he is a master in creating monsters and surreal sculptures out of polymer clay. He creates surreal sculptures which have real teeth, wrinkles and other gory features which make his sculptures really creepy at times. Imagine having a tiny realistic human heart pendant hanging on your... SculpturesUnited States22 Mar 2017

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Food Art by Anna Keville Joyce & Agustín Nieto :  Argentina-based food stylist and illustrator Anna Keville Joyce has managed to take the art of food styling to a whole new level, for her recent creations are true culinary masterpieces. While food photographer Agustín Nieto had quite the task of doing justice to these mouthwatering works, he managed to capture them perfectly, but as he readily admits, it didn’t come easy. ... SculpturesArgentina Artist20 Mar 2017

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