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Three-dimensional Art

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love this statue

“About Memories” installation by Hiroko Kono

Mourning angel on the cemetery of Laken, Brussels

Gaylord Ho was born on April 11, 1950 in Hsin-Wu, Taiwan . sculptor,

ancientpeoples: Marble grave stele of a little girl Classical Greek (450-440 BC)

Indigo Dreams : Photo

hajandrade: “Dream Cloud” Carved Boulder Opal | Royal Ontario Museum | Toronto, Ontario, Canada | (via lightwrite)

sashastergiou: Scratching Her Heel Alexander Stirling Calder (1870–1945 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)

Ron Mueck Sculpture - incredible!

Mourning Victory (1897) | Daniel Chester French

Washington, D.C., circa 1915. "Grief monument, Rock Creek cemetery." The timeless memorial by Augustus Saint-Gaudens. Sadly appropriate to mark the murders of 20 children on 12/14/12.

AOL Mail: Simple, Free, Fun

Man with Book sculpture, Cesare Stea, WPA Art Project, circa 1938.

driftwood horse.

Devastating March 2011 Japanese earthquake - seismogram converted into a 3D sculpture by artist Luke Jerram

Peppermint Patty bronze statue in St. Paul, MN

Mark Langan - corrugated box sculptural art

Art | A Head-On View

French Art Deco Figural Statue by Pierre LeFaguays, 1920's.

Nouveau plaster bust 'Poesie'

Female Bust by Demetre Chiparus French terracotta bust of a beautiful lady, signed D. H. Chiparus in the clay

Rodin, The Fall of Eve.

Journal of a Nobody

artgalleryofontario: Study of a Girl, c. 1926 Florence Wyle, Canadian, 1881 - 1968. Plaster, patina

Psyche Revived by Cupid’s Kiss’ detail Antonio Canova

beltzanet: Gaze. by crookhaven

Constantin Brancusi, Danaïde, circa 1918, Tate Gallery

Michaelangelo, Moses, 1513-1515 Church of San Pietro Vincoli Rome

Henrique Oliveira‘s work is nothing short of authentic genius. Creating giant sculptures and installations of colourful tree trunks bursting through buildings and walls is all in a day’s work for this young Brazilian artist. Henrique creates his sculptures using timber salvaged off the streets of his home town – São Paulo. His mind bending site-specific installations twist, curve, bend and split in a chaotic and abstract ways.

Henrique Oliveira | Yellowtrace.
  • Cheri Freeman
    Cheri Freeman

    Oh , this is so bizarre ! Is it wood ?

  • Maureen Blair
    Maureen Blair

    it is a piece of Artwork

  • Carol Shepko
    Carol Shepko

    Thank you so much, Maureen. I've included a new description--thanks to you!