"Sculpture" Blogs & Blog Posts

Michelle KnowlesMichelle Knowles

Contemporary art blog.

 
Dorset SculptureDorset Sculpture

A diary of thoughts about sculpture, visual art, music, current affairs and...

 
Pastel galleryPastel gallery

This site presents itself as a veritable gallery that offer an excellent c...

 
Something (a little something to say, see and savor)Something (a little something to say, see and savor)

This is my spot in the universe to bookmark everything I find interesting, ...

 
Jason OlivaJason Oliva

An archive blog of International artist Jason Oliva's recent and past ...

 


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Richard Ankrom's "Figurines" series mix "found ceramic objects, synthetic rubber, zipper (studs, buckles, etc.)" (via JWZ) (more…)...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=1&v=THOIp4yXZkc Sculptor-machinist Chris Bathgate has improved on his Slider "worry-stone" gadget for occupying your nervous hands, using techniques he learned through his collaboration with spinning top...

Machinist/sculptor Chris Bathgate (previously) teamed up with Richard Stadler, who machines beautiful spinning tops, to create "sculpture TP53335144462," a gorgeous piece of work. (more…)...

Some new subject for a story is sure to come rolling through my brain like an iron cannonball. From Anton Chekov’s The Seagull (1895)Filed under: Photographs Tagged: Anton Chekov, art, ball, Barcelona, Frank Gehry, photography, sculpture, Spain...

Raoul Pop posted a photo: A wooden figurine affixed onto the top of the clock tower at St. Margaret's Church, Medias, Romania...

Shinri Tezuka, 27, sculpts candy into beautiful, creepy, and very sweet creatures like goldfish and octopuses. The centuries-old practice is called amezaiku, but according to Great Big Story, "today there are only two artists left in Tokyo. Tezuka ho...

Heraldry and Architecture are irretrievably linked throughout history. The earliest examples of fortifications the Romans built as the Legions travelled from one region of the world to another, at the end of the day had pennants, and symbols of each...