Lisa Kellner.  Made of hand-formed silk and thread, paint, bleach and acrylics.   "Each bulbous shape is hand formed, emulating cell systems gone awry,"

Silky Bulbous Installations

Lisa Kellner - Because of their shape and suggestive color, the art pieces by American artist Lisa Kellner can be described in many different ways. From human ent.

"The beginning of memory"  Diana Brennan

"The beginning of memory" Diana Brennan metal thread and transparent glass pearls dress.

fiber art

Fiber Optics: three artists works in textile

inspiration for wall art - fiber art adrian esparza at istanbul art biennale 2011

rickie wolfe - detail of instalation, metal, wire, paper, fibers, wax.

rickie wolfe - detail of instalation, metal, wire, paper, fibers, wax.

Elsi Giauque:   L'entrée en lice ("Decorum" au musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris). Et quelques amendements... | Le Beau Vice

Elsi Giauque: L'entrée en lice ("Decorum" au musée d'Art moderne de la Ville de Paris). Et quelques amendements... | Le Beau Vice

Tara Donovan

Installation by artist Tara Donovan. Giant/fluffy pussy willows, and pink stalagmites? Bunches of acrylic rods, and stacks of buttons. This is the breathtaking work of Brooklyn based installation artist Tara Donovan.

MOVEMENT: lines moving in same direction give more speed and urgency    Pedestrian  Ryan Johnson

Pedestrian Sculpture by Ryan Johnson The pedestrian crossing the street looks really cool because it looks like they took a photo. It looks like they took the photo because it looks blurry. This sculpture looks real.

“State of Mind”, Panza Collection

Christiane Löhr - Gehange (pendant) Regulations, 2003 A composition of dried dandelions nailed upside down

After spending some time at the National Trust’s Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens in Lincolnshire last spring, German artist Christiane Löhr was inspired to create a series of tiny sculptures using materials...

After spending some time at the National Trust’s Gunby Estate, Hall and Gardens in Lincolnshire last spring, German artist Christiane Löhr was inspired to create a series of tiny sculptures using materials.

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