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Goose egg shells and paper pulp.
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Imperfect Ecstasy 2.
Carved from a single piece of English Yew wood. 65cm in length.
Here I am simply playing with the wood, to see what is possible; pushing the material to the limit.
More views can be seen at www.paul-wood.de
And why do I call it Imperfect Ecstasy? It does, yes, have erotic connotations, and no sculpture can ever be perfect. The next time is always better.
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Imperfect Ecstasy 1.
Sometimes I like to play with abstract forms, just to see what happens. This ongoing series "Imperfect Ecstasy" started several years ago. This one is carved from Walnut. More can be seen at www.paul-wood.de
It is still for sale if anyone is interested.
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Artist : Owen Weng 

"Amazing Curve. We cast this bronze sculpture and make its surface running smoothly by sanding http://www.TanyFoundry.com/"
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 JOSEBA ESKUBIT

http://www.flickr.com/photos/josebaeskubi
http://www.josebaeskubi.com/

"I'm interested in organic forms in decomposition, soft and amorphous qualities that accentuate the tactile sense of vision. There is movement and tension, an internal force that pulls things toward the abyss. 
I usually work at several works at the same time, with the intention of expanding the possibilities of each theme. I try to make the final effect as something obsessive, repetitive, with a certain tone and atmosphere. The idea is that each image has a temperature, a character like a portrait of an unknown thing until you create it. 

Generally I don´t represent specific elements, trying to maintain a certain ambiguity that allows the suggestion and evocation. 
The pictorial gesture builds a credible figure, but at the same time it is decoded as an abstract and purely material. 

In many cases, I present a kind of stage where it lies a single figure, silhouetted against the background. These works have a theatrical sense. 

In some works use classical references to the painting, manipulating the relation with an qualities of the image . It´s a kind of collage where I try to simulate an internal transformation of process of painting . These works are created with mixed media (acrylic, plasticine, photography, etc)"
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   JUDY FOX



Octopus, 2009  
Sculpted in terra cotta, cast in poly resin and painted with casein paint
12 1/2" (H) x 17 1/2" (W) x 15 1/2" (D)
Ace Gallery
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Artist COSIMO CAVALLARO
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MARIKO MORI
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Marc Fornes

 / Atelier Calder, Double Agent White
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