Sue McNenly creates amazingly detailed and intricately designed boxes and vignettes out of fine material (silver, gold, pearls). Her work captures the feeling of wonder she experienced as a small child while viewing that marvel of miniature engineering (like the Queen's Doll House at Windsor Castle). Be sure to check her out www.SueMcNenly.ca
Mixed media, altered tins
Rusted steel metal "Vertical Face I" sculpture by Rick Kirby. Exhibited amongst trees as part of the permanent collection in Burghley House "The Gardens of Surprise" sculpture garden (since 2007), Stamford, Lincolnshire, England, UK.
Seattle-based artist John Grade has created Middle Fork, a tree sculpture that has been made up of hundreds of thousands of individual wood pieces. To get the shape of the sculpture, John and his assistants scaled a 140-year old old-growth Western Hemlock tree, where they took plaster casts of its trunk and limbs.