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Posted December 19th by admin in sculpture

Cheong-ah Hwang of PaperNoodle hand crafts paper to create exquisite sculptures. The process to create a bas-relief paper structure takes hours and hours of sketching, cutting, scoring, folding, curling, embossing and coloring shape edges before gluing on top of one another. Because she plays with 2d and 3d elements at the same time in paper […]


Sqrl & Bee Studio

Posted May 18th by admin in sculpture

Melissa Frueh of Sqrl & Bee Studio is a fiber artist. She and her husband work from their home studio making art using only natural and sustainable methods. Doing things in a way that supports economic and biologic diversity on our planet is more than just an “angle” for them — it is a way […]



Posted May 10th by admin in sculpture

I’ve tried lots of different mediums, techniques and styles in my career as an artist. But, I admire the artists who have the skill and patience to make their imaginations come to life in clay. Afsaneh Tajvidi of the joojooland is one of those talented artists who makes sculpting look easy. Afi was born and […]


Lila Ruby King and ArtMind

Posted April 8th by admin in jewelry, sculpture

Working with another artist is similar to a musical collaboration. The reward of a successful collaboration is a thing that cannot be produced by either of the artists working alone. Mitsy (ArtMind) is a ceramic artist based in Belgium. Her work focuses on textures and feelings and you may already be familiar with her 99 […]


Dog Bark Park Chainsaw Art

Posted April 2nd by admin in sculpture

Dog Bark Park Inn is a bed & breakfast guesthouse inside the World’s Biggest Beagle. Some of the dog’s decorative furnishings are carvings by Dog Bark Park chainsaw artists Dennis & Frances and are sold in the Dog Bark Park chainsaw art gallery/gift shop. The chainsaw dogs are original folk art carvings made from Idaho […]



Posted March 14th by admin in sculpture

I’ve long been fas­ci­nated by the felted landscape sculptures by pipapiep. You can see the newest monster soft sculptures at the pipapiep Etsy store. Tweet


Magda Trzaski

Posted March 12th by admin in sculpture

Magda Trzaski’s gangly-limbed and cracked-skinned creatures live in shadow boxes and are influenced by the rich Memento Mori and Vanitas themes in 17th century Dutch paintings. Source: Magda Trzaski Blog Tweet


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