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The Simurgh Companion piece - The Simurgh is more of a living crystal than a being of flesh and blood. 'She' is a solid creation lacking eyes or mouth beyond a cosmetic surface sculpture - she perceives the world purely through her ability to see the future. If she is damaged severely enough - she will retreat to the upper atmosphere to absorb solar radiation and reconstruct her body while orbiting the Earth - Ira Reines | Icara .. Bronze #sculpture

Interview with the Book Surgeon (7 pics

Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed.

By Kath Girdler Engler, "I favour the textures and broken forms of ancient sculptures that look as if they have been lifted from an archeological dig, bringing with them the sedimentation of centuries. I also collect the ephemera and fragments of our own recent past to enrich and illustrate the mystery of each sculpture."

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Shows the link between photography and art. It is made using card and marker and sculpted to make different shapes

This was made for Reaper miniatures Christmas release. We made a mold and provided master casting for them to make production molds from. Bobby Jackson sculpted the piece in Zbrus. It is about 1" tall. #instartists #fantasyart #fantasy #darkart #horrorart #digitalartist #digitalartwork #worldofartists #art#artwork#draw#artoftheday #artist #art#illustration #wargaming #fortressfigures #gaming#rpgs #rpg #reaper#3dart #3dprinting #3dprinted #3dprint by benfortressfigures

Ceramic hare by Georgina Warne. The folk song "Hares on the Mountains" inspired this piece and the hare is illustrated with imagery from the verses, which Georgina has copied out across the base.

jenny-saville Saville makes painting loud and noticeable. Which is very different to Hammershoi. This painting is full of colours/textures. The burntness of the face draws you to it. The expression is loud, as in it's uncommon as it is in our face with the mouth open and the dark corners of it. It is not soft of subtle, but it is striking. It conveys tone and shape very well, as it highlights lights/darks and the shape is sharp.