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Robert Mickelsen's Intricate Glass Sculptures PDF Print E-mail
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Flameworked glass artist and enthusiast Robert Mickelsen, born in Fort Belvoir, Virginia and raised in Honolulu, Hawaii, worked as an apprentice to a lamp worker but saw his true potential as a student of award winning Paul J. Stankard. His work is exhibited in notable institutions the Corning Museum of Glass. Take a look at a few examples.

 

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Hyper Realistic Sculptures by Carole A. Feuerman PDF Print E-mail
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Internationally recognized as one of the world's most prominent hyper-realist sculptors, Carole A. Feuerman work has added to collections curated by the Emperor of Japan, former President Bill Clinton and Secretary of State Hillary Clinton, Henry Kissinger, Mikhail Gorbachev, the Forbes Magazine Collection, the Caldic Collection and Credit Swiss Collection. Her life-size sculpture are made from bronze, resin and marble. Take a look at some of her life-like hyper-real sculptures.

 

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Young Pretties - Beauty Portraits by Annick Bouvattier PDF Print E-mail
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She could have lived a life dedicated to medicine, instead a love of art lured her to painting. "Large canvases, close-up compositions, the works of French painter Annick Bouvattier are spaces where the pictorial rhymes with the emotional." She "painted women, often alone, in almost empty flats, but furnished mainly by shadows and light. Young pretties, they live their femininity without false modesty, unconcerned  by the looks of others." See for yourself.

 

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Bikes of Art by Chicara Nagata | Geneva PDF Print E-mail
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Dedicating his life to the "creation of art pieces, most commonly known as motorcycles," Japanese artist Chicara Nagata's unique award winning constructions will be on display at MB&F's M.A.D. Gallery in Geneva. The art pieces from the graphic designer are originally drawn, each component, close to 500, are the assembled to a vintage motorcycle frame. Some of his original works took  7500 hours of work.

 

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Vitamin Bomb by Erase | Sofia, Bulgaria PDF Print E-mail
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Bulgarian illustrator, graphic designer and graffiti artist Georgi Dimitrov created this explosive graphic series of fruits and vegetables. A fun addition to a kitchen or dining area, these would make great canvas prints. The nutritious collective is called "Vitamin Bomb" and shows continued intensity and imagination. Georgi also goes by the name "Erase."

 

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Black Portraiture by Toyin Odutola | Alabama PDF Print E-mail
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Artist's are known for how they see things, painters render, writers depict and all is filtered through their creative spirit. Nigerian born artist Toyin Odutola does some pretty remarkable things with ink pens, markers and varnish. "Where some may see flat, static narratives," she says from her website. "I see a spectrum of tonal gradations and realities. What I am creating is literally black portraiture with ballpoint pen ink." She describes "skin as geography" and "terrain" that the Alabama raised artist can "expand by emphasizing the specificity of blackness." This is Black Portraiture.

 

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Ceramic Sculptures by Matthew Chambers | UK PDF Print E-mail
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The ceramic works of British designer Matthew Chambers are a series of contemporary abstract sculptures. Matthew began his career with Phillip Wood of Nunney, a Somerset village in which he grew up. He now lives on the lsle of Wight, the largest island in England. He attended Bath School of Art and Royal College of Art.

 

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Realistic Charcoal Drawings by KLSADAKO | Great Britain PDF Print E-mail
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These portraits were done by Ken Lee, an artist from Great Britain who goes by the name KLSADAKO. These lifelike images are actually charcoal drawings, their realistic rendering an amazing accomplishment. Beautiful Asian girls become immortalized with charred wood, capturing their essence in great detail. The history of charcoal drawings goes back thousands of years where etchings can be found on cave walls around the world. Take a look at these...

 

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