Erys

Wild Heart

Erys, an addition to my child heads series done in clay and found objects. Completed on Christmas Day, Erys is made out of clay reinforced with acrylic resin, paper, found toy objects, chess pieces and layers of acrylic paint. Working until late Christmas eve, I painted the last (and 6th) layer of paint right at the stroke of midnight.

After a tedious Internet search for possible title names, I settled for Erys, a variant of Eris, goddess of destruction and ruins.

While working on Eris I also started prepatory work on the 9th piece, a more upbeat and light-hearted work which I hope to finish, yes- at the stroke of New Year’s day!

Happy holidays to all!

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John Chamberlain

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.first of All, Rest in Peace Sir & thanks for all d progress!

I would like to mention on my blog for one of d first modern sculptors in d art history. Inventive for d time when he start with his creativity work and pretty unique to be part of d history as respected artist that was promoting d diversity of expression nowadays. It’s hard to find ur own signature, to be something that shows d quality of d artist also as d topic he is working on.

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John Angus Chamberlain [ b.April 16, 1927 – d. December 21, 2011] was American sculptor that is best known for creating sculptures from old automobiles (or parts of) that bring the Abstract Expressionist style of painting into three dimensions ..

His works have been exhibited around the world and have been included in the São Paulo Art Biennial…

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La Liberdad

Soma in Kinderland

Belíssimo e poético trabalho do escultor Zenos Frudakis para inspirar o novo ano que vem aí, uma tela em branco onde tudo pode ser feito, tudo pode ser sonhado – e o que pode ser sonhado, pode ser realizado.

O nome da obra? Liberdad, liberdad.

“Tudo que é realmente grande e inspirador é criado pelo indivíduo que pode trabalhar em liberdade”
Albert Einstein


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“Graphite Objects” for the artist who has everything

My Artists Diary

Graphite Objects are very unique and fun drawing tools for anyone who enjoys pencils. Highly recommended!

They have a current line, along with limited edition, past, and custom shapes. I have the HAND. The whole object is made out of graphite and can be used to draw with.

Here is an image of the FROG… there are many more on the website: http://www.asbworkshop.com/home1.html#

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