October 09, 2008

Curvy wood sculptures

Sculptor Robert Long says:

"Achieving beauty is my foremost goal."

And oh boy does he reach that goal!

"The inspiration for nearly all of my work has its origins in the natural environment. Dried, curling, twisted leaves in the fall, elegant snow drifts of the winter and rock formations sculpted by the elements are just a few references."

"Curved lines have always held a fascination for me over straight lines. I enjoy working a material to its maximum physical and visual potential."

"The aesthetics of both form and material should complement one another and not rely on or compete with one another."

October 01, 2008

Paper Color Bursts

By now I'm sure you can tell I like paper, right? Yes, guilty as charged. I love paper because of its versatility and strength. Yes, paper might not look strong, but it is. You can do a whole lot of different things with it.
Seen by many as the dumb little brother of "better" materials (such as metal, wood, etc.), I think paper has absolutely nothing to envy any of those. But don't worry, I'll make sure you all see for yourselves in our forthcoming paper posts.

This time we present Jen Stark. An artist that simply cut through paper stacks... Simply? Take a look.

Click here to visit her site.
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