Sculptures by Thom Puckey.
power of change
Love the weirdness :)
Just wonder what materials he is using.
I’m pretty sure the first and last are marble. As for the others… I’m not too sure.
That 2nd one breaks free from the static nature of sculpture…sooo good
OH MY GOD, these are stunning, I absolutely love the second and the girl with her legs straight up who has fallen, reminds me of a beautiful Eric Fischl sculpture called Tumbling Woman, so gorgeous!
That is simply Awesome :) I love it
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Stunning – and so many more great pieces on his site. I had seen ‘Little Sister’ before but didn’t know who it was by, so thanks for this post.
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I’m in love with the first one :|
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