Sculptures by Angelika Arendt. Karlsruhe, Germany.
wow.. so detailed. bet those took forever to make
Cool, very organic
What was the medium used for these? They look incredible
à première vue j’ai cru que c’était du textile, mais on dirait plutôt une sorte de pâte l’effet est fort, on dirait une matière vivante, on dirait une flore aquatique
The clean, high class environment is half the battle.
is it just me or do all of those look delicious?
these are incredibly detailed and look extremely time consuming. Great dedication.
Yes we need an artists write up on methods and materials.. influences, what they think their work is all about…!
nah, the organic mounds, (third from the top and at the bottom) are incredible, beyond incredible. To me , the works are overwhelmingly beautiful, and there beauty is enhanced by there visionary originality. The mind is baffled by how the artist came about decorating the froms in this way, it appears to me that the artist instinctively knew that the colours, shapes and repetition would naturally work with the objects presence.
The first sculpture is Polyurethan Foam, the third from the top is Polymer Clay.
thanks for dropping in Angelika!
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