Nomade - Jaume Plensa - John and Mary Pappajohn Sculpture Park - Des Moines - Iowa - USA - Perhaps the most arresting piece is “Nomade,” by the Spanish sculptor Jaume Plensa, a 27-foot-tall hollow human form made of a latticework of white steel letters, which looms over Locust Street, the one-way eastbound thoroughfare through Des Moines’s compact business district.
"Funnel Tunnel, a temporary public art installation by artist Patrick Renner, commissioned by Art League Houston. (Photography by B. Tse)"
“Being here”, by Mark Garry. Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh a few years ago. Thread, pins, beads, and carved basswood.
A virtual tour of the Museum of Art and Design's newest exhibition, dedicated to all the surprising ways artists are using paper today.
sculptures by LA based artist Aili Schmeltz. "I am fascinated by the hybridized structures and blatant artifice of the city in both it’s natural and man made environments where hill top homes float precariously overhead on earth that has a topographical complexity of embedded catastrophe."