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Category: Sculpture

Soapstone Moth

I’ve always been a bit afraid of moths but this particular little critter is in decline which is threatening species like the pygmy possum who depends on it for essential proteins. Working in soapstone (a first for me) was a satisfying experience. I love…

Artist Interview: Andrea Lumsden

I have been following Andrea Lumsden’s work for some time now and am frequently amazed at what she creates from everyday materials. She excels in an art form that persuades transformation.  It seems there is no challenge too big for this talented artist, particularly with regard to…

The Mystery of the Penis

  WordPress Daily Prompt: “Tell us your funniest relationship disaster story.” Third Rate Romance I was the eldest of 3 daughters growing up in a very conservative home and time. My mother was a traditional Afrikaans woman who never, ever spoke to us about sex! I really had…

David Mach

An extraordinary David Mach sculpture made from foam and pins.

Alberto Giocometti

Alberto Giacometti, Head Skull, 1934. Plaster enhanced with pencil. 18.3 x 19.9 x 22.1 cm. Accessed from: http://www.fondation-giacometti.fr/en/art/16/discover-the-artwork/

Alberto Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti, Head Skull, 1934. Plaster enhanced with pencil. 18.3 x 19.9 x 22.1 cm. Accessed from: http://www.fondation-giacometti.fr/en/art/16/discover-the-artwork/    

Kurimoto Natsuki

Kurimoto Natsuki, 2011. Signs of Fish. Coloured lacquer maki-e on wood. 51 x 14 x 62 cm. Accessed from: Keiko Art International.

Hasegawa Yoshio

Hasegawa Yoshio, 2014. The Moment of Birth. Paper & acrylic. Dimensions unknown. Accessed from: Keiko Art International  

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