Driftwood sculptures by artist Heather Jansch.
these are amazing.
she really has got some crazy skills. to fit all that together is possibly impossible
also see Deborah Butterfield — very similiar
I also immediately thought of Deborah Butterfield who makes life sized hose sculptures out of driftwood and then casts them in bronze.
yah the Butterfield connection is… strange. for what it’s worth, i think Butterfield’s abstract work is more interesting, but even her straightforward horse-sculptures blow these out of the water.
beautiful anatomy on these pieces!!! brings troya back to memory
All sculptors should learn from Heather. Hats off
Sorry guys, but I prefer Heather’s work. It’s more dynamic and indeed less abstract. Nonetheless, both are good.
A selection of photos from “Geometrix” by London-based photographer Rupert Vandervell. More images below.
San Francisco-based artist Lindsay Stripling diverges from her usual watercolours in this selection of oil paintings (click here for previous post). See more images below or on display at Flatcolor Gallery in Seattle starting June 2nd!
A selection of work by French photographer Jonathan Deltour who shared his work to our Constructive Criticism post. More images below.
Spotted the work of London-based Spanish illustrator Jose Mendez over on an It’s Nice That article about designers and drugs. More of his work below.
Illustrator Lisa Kogawa was born and raised in Japan and is currently living and working in Los Angeles. Really nice variety of styles. More images below.