I am blown away by Nick van Woert’s sculpture. Working with fiberglass, plastics and various other materials, he builds up colorful sculpture that has a life of it’s own.
installation: Resin walls grafted with goat hair and clay.
I love this because I immediatly thought, “gross, what is that?” The installation looks like something from another world. The texture certainly does not look like clay, and leaves me wishing I could see it up close. See John’s site for more photos and other great works that deal with interesting textures.
artist & website: John Grade – http://www.johngrade.com
Resin, aluminum sticks, stainless steel wires, springs and oil paint
Lee imagines what the skeletal structure of cartoon characters might look like. Pictured here are the three nephews of Donald Duck, Huey, Dewey and Louie in case you do not remember.
artist & website: Hyungkoo Lee – http://www.hyungkoolee.net
Acrylic, Fabric, Resin on fired Stoneware
artist & website: Joseph Seigenthaler – http://www.joeseigenthaler.com/
POLYESTER RESIN PAINTED WITH OIL PAINT SLIGHTLY LARGER THAN LIFE SIZE 72″ x 17″ x 15″
artist & website: Nina Levy – http://www.ninalevy.com/