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The marble sculptures by British artist Matthew Simmonds aren’t your typical human forms popularized by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Instead, he carves detailed and solitary architectural interiors into a corner or side of a hunk of stone. Simmonds leaves the natural edges of the rocks juxtaposed with his small, finished spaces. He pays homage to sacred buildings like baroque basilicas and Ancient Roman Temples by depicting some of their defining features like domed-roofs and elaborate ...

RL British artist Matthew Simmonds carves detailed and solitary architectural interiors into a corner or side of a piece of marble leaving the natural edges of the rocks juxtaposed with his small, finished spaces.

Emil Alzamora. No words...

"Afterlife Afterthought" by Peruvian-American artist Emil Alzamora. This one is particularly odd because it also the perfect image of a "rokurokubi" -- a traditional Japanese monster/ghost. It's unclear whether the connection was intentional or not.

Deborah Smith’s basket sculptures woven with driftwood. http://www.smithcraftbaskets.com/sculpturalbaskets.html

Basketry, Deborah Smith, Artist, 'Rivulet' dyed reed with driftwood Contemporary frame

http://www.andersenscontemporary.dk/works.asp?artistid_=24

Cloud Modules 60 9 nets 5 module suspended sculpture with net; each module measures 60 cm in diameter 105 x 135 x 112 cm 2012