More feather works by Kate MccGwire. London.
This is quite impressive – as feathers often are. Does Kate MccGwire make feather sculptures that she later photographs or does she create all of this digitally?
Yes they are site-specific sculptures made from feathers that I then photograph. ( not digital)
i’m such a huge fan of Kate’s work… it really blows me away.
These are really fantastic. I thought they were snake scales at first.
wow…simply stunning. it’s beautiful and kind of scary at the same time. great!!
For some reason I get the slightest feeling as if it’s part of some kind of scary movie! haha
Congrats! but i also like the stigma series: sophisticated in color and composition.
Feather boa, plume (plumage) of smoke… nice.
Definitely have a nightmarish aura to them, but very cool.
I’ve been a fan of her and seeing her new works, gives me the same feeling when I discovered her works for the first time. Stunning.
How to you go about collecting such large quantities of feathers?
I collect the feathers in many different ways – you may want to check out a short film about my work which explains some of the processes. Kate
stunning work kate i hope to see some in person at some point in my life!
Hey Kate! Your new piece Corvid was amazing and the video is great!! Can’t wait to see what you come up with next.
wow. and thanks for the video link kate, always good to hear from the artists themselves, love your work
seriously stunning!! at first, it looks creepy to me. but then, its totally amazing.
love love love this , there is a menacing element to it and beautifull also
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