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Galerie Idelmann Gelsenkirchen

Galerie Idelmann Gelsenkirchen

Originating in the 1960s, Land art, Earth art or Earthworks is an art movement in which the art itself and the landscape it is presented in are visibly linked. It is created in nature using natural…

Land Art: Something we should see more of.

Kuvituskuva

Kuvituskuva

:: Art Dolls ::  ** salvaged**    uniquely crafted  from repurposed/recyclable materials.  April Cole's Studio - One artist. One Story. One brush stroke at a time.

:: Art Dolls :: ** salvaged** uniquely crafted from repurposed/recyclable materials. One brush stroke at a time.

Cane wrapped rocks, Japanese basketry knots

Cane wrapped rocks using Japanese basketry knots by Basketeer.

http://www.trendtablet.com/40542-simon-costin-and-the-museum-of-british-folklore/

Flowers' by set designer, Simon Costin for Russian department store 'Tsvetnoy Central Market'. The brief was to produce 50 flower inspired art installations, focused on the macabre and folkloric use of flowers.

Kuvituskuva

Kuvituskuva

(54) March 13 Berlinde de Bruyckere  The use of materials and how they call to skin is so sensuous and emotive. This makes the forms more jarring and bone breaking. I love Bruyckere's larger pieces but it is in this one that I see how she works with materials and shape.  It is complete and yet it is also a study.

(54) March 13 Berlinde de Bruyckere The use of materials and how they call to skin is so sensuous and emotive. This makes the forms more jarring and bone breaking. I love Bruyckere's larger pieces but it is in this one that I see how she works with materials and shape. It is complete and yet it is also a study.

Work by Val Jones part of the Slow E Motion Project showcased by Contemporary Basketry.

concepts, forms, materials, techniques, and processes related to basketry

Etruria: With features seemingly combining late archaic and early classical Greek with contemporary Egyptian, Etruscan male head with gold overlay, 700  BC.

Etruria: With features seemingly combining late archaic and early classical Greek with contemporary Egyptian, Etruscan male head with gold overlay, 700 BC.

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