Instead of placing flowers inside a vase, Shannon Clegg uses plants and blooms to construct the vessel itself. The UK-based artist employs her background in tailoring, crafts, and design to form exquisite objects from natural materials. This ongoing series, titled Bouquet, features vase-like sculptures constructed from colorful flowers that have been dried and pressed. Originally from Cape Town, South Africa, Clegg has had a lifelong love for flora and traditional arts and crafts.
Nearly 20 years after the debut of Cloud Gate, colloquially referred to as “The Bean,” in Chicago, British-Indian sculptor Anish...
Artist Kim Simonsson creates Moss People.
Rising from the sands of California's Mojave desert, a woman's face and hand cut a striking figure. The work of South African sculptor Daniel Popper, the mosaicked installation sits at the Mojave Moon Ranch in Joshua Tree. Designed to remind visitors of their spiritual place in the universe, the monumental sculpture is both surreal and serene. The face, which is 32 feet tall, has all the characteristics that define Popper's work.
Spain-based artist David de la Mano captures the strife of human conflict in his latest work of art.
Nearly 60 years ago, on April 23, 1965, Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
When we think of unexpected installations or graffiti art in general, we don't often imagine something life-size. However, artist David Mesguich uses his background in graffiti and years of creative experience to push the boundaries of his experimental projects. His piece, Pressure 1.2, features a massive geometric sculpture of a female figure gesturing with one raised arm, which Mesguich constructed in his studio before abandoning it near a train yard in Nantes, France.
Viewing ancient art is an awe-inspiring experience.
Embed from Getty Images Pope Francis has announced that the Vatican will return three 2,500-year-old Parthenon artifacts back to Greece.
Few sculptures have captured hearts quite like Robert Indiana's iconic LOVE series. Characterized by large-scale letters stacked to spell out the word “LOVE,” these sculptures add a Pop Art touch to their surroundings, from bustling city corners to busy college campuses. Though aesthetically simple and seemingly straightforward, the LOVE series actually boasts unexpected undertones—and a surprisingly heart-wrenching history. What is LOVE? The LOVE series is a collection of sculptures by Robert Indiana, an American artist.
Artist Kazu Hiro creates sculptural portraits that look so natural you might think they are real people brought to life.
There is magic to be found in the wilderness. You just have to know where to look!