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  • A Mixed Media Artist makes beautiful Assemblage Art  By : Helen Saatchi
    Nadia Iliffe is a mixed media artist who lives in London in the United Kingdom. She takes commissions to make new recycled artwork or even to reproduce a piece she’s already made in order to give it to a museum or corporation.
  • Mark Langan’s Unique Cardboard Art  By : Helen Saatchi
    Mark Langan is an artist who is living in Cleveland, Ohio. He is skilled in many different artistic mediums. Since 2004, he has focused on making art out of cardboard. He uses corrugated boxes, a mat, a cutting edge, a razor knife, and non-toxic glue.
  • Recycled Sculptures by Brian Mock  By : Helen Saatchi
    Every day, people throw away hundreds of items they have no more use for. These items range from paint to watches to toys and computers. Most of these items end up languishing in landfills, where they take years to decompose; some items never do, and just sit there, polluting the land. That is where artists like Brian Mock come in.
  • Joe Pogan is the Master of Metal Sculptures  By : Helen Saatchi
    Joe Pogan is a talented artist who is from Oregon, where he currently lives in Aloha. He served in the Navy for four years, after which he went to college in order to study welding and art.
  • Gabriel Dishaw’s Incredible Junk Art  By : Helen Saatchi
    There is an old saying that “one man’s junk is another man’s treasure.” No one makes this truer than Gabriel Dishaw. This incredible artist takes junk that is lying around and turns it into amazing junk art.
  • Jason Mecier Mixed Media Art  By : Helen Saatchi
    Jason Mecier is a mixed media artist that has spent over 10 years making three dimensional mosaics of pop icons. Every portrait is created from discarded items that come directly from the celebrities themselves.
  • Andrew Chase Metal Sculpture  By : Helen Saatchi
    Andrew Chase is a sculptor in his free time, and is a commercial photographer as well as furniture maker career in Salt Lake City where he also lives with his family and cats.
  • Her Most Famous Sculpture (Maman) - Louise Bourgeois  By : Annette Labedzki
    French born-American artist and sculptor Louise Bourgeois (born 1911) has been a well-respected name in the art world for over seven decades. She is often counted among the greatest female artists of all times.
  • His Most Famous Sculpture (The Thinker) - Auguste Rodin  By : Annette Labedzki
    In 1858, in order to support and sustain his family, Rodin started working commercially in 'Decorative Arts.' At that time, Paris was in a phase of transformation and renovation. Many statues and other decorative sculptures were being erected all through the city. This held up an excellent opportunity for Rodin, as the renovation workshops were recruiting artists to work on these projects. Although, the work remained unfinished at the time of his death, it provided the basis for some of Rodin's
  • Constructivist Russian Sculptor - Naum Gabo  By : Annette Labedzki
    Russian artist, Naum Gabo was a renowned 'Constructivist' sculptor, writer and teacher. Born on August 5, 1890 in the Jewish family of six children, in Briansk, Russia, Naum Gabo was christened Naum Neemia Pevsner. His father owned metal works in Russia and his elder brother, Antoine Pevsner, was a 'Constructivist' painter. Naum Gabo was multilingual and was able to speak and write German, French,
  • Buying Stone Art  By : John Park
    If you've been considering getting an art purchase, you probably know there are numerous different types of artwork. I would venture to say; however, that few types of artwork are more permanent than art in stone.
  • The Basics of Collecting Art: Fine Sculpture  By : Shannon Southway
    Fine sculpture is a staple of the art world. Many, however, mistakenly find it to be something reserved for museums and professional collectors. They may find it too large or delicate for home or personal display. On the contrary, sculpture is a fine art that should be enjoyed by anyone who appreciates emotionally rich and ascetically pleasing art.
  • Sculpture As An Art Form  By : Wendy Hermann
    In many ways, sculptures are the art of the people. More so than paintings. More than literature.

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