In the forest near Marysville (95 km from Melbourne, Australia) The work of 25-year-old sculptor Bruno Torfs. Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden is opened to the public.

Gnomie soon reached the opening and pulled with his hands to make the hole wider. A little bit more and he would be back outside with the others. Artist (carver) Humberto Abad

In the forest near Marysville (95 km from Melbourne, Australia) The work of 25-year-old sculptor Bruno Torfs. Bruno’s Art & Sculpture Garden is opened to the public.

Alice Through The Looking Glass by sculptor Jeanne Argent Guildford Castle secret garden, Guildford, United Kingdom

BRUNO'S ART & SCULPTURE

William Ricketts Sanctuary, Victoria, Australia

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Bruno Walpoth uses simple carving tools to turn pieces of wood (lime and walnut) into human sculptures with detailed features that seen from afar look incredibly life-like

Sleeping garden angel

Felicia014 Some good details in the face, hands, and feet in this pose. Each of the 24 angles has a different interesting view on parts of the body, especially when zoomed-in to 100%. Altogether, this would be a great pose for drawing or painting studies. I chose the primary view for the muscles along the shoulder blade and ribs and the inset for the intensity in the eyes that Felicia held for the full rotation. (http://posespace.com/?p=felicia014)

Tree Wood Carving of Great Dane | Carved Viking King Odin watches all the comings and goings with great ...

neat public art.

How unusual and such an unusual perspective on protecting that which is growing. I hope that is the message anyway

Land Art

The forest of Oma, one of Basque artist Agustín Ibarrola’s best known works, is an example of “land art”

One of the Keepers of the forest got a visit from the town gardener. This Gardner was very skilled and knew just what he needed. Hey- Looking good Keeper of the forest. :)

Sculpture by Samuel Salcedo

Sculptures by Anthony Cragg

Godiva statue Broadgate

Branches into art