Brazilian artist Henrique Oliveira’s incredible installations look like giant overgrown tumors or roots that are slowly taking over the spaces they inhabit breaking through doors, walls, floors, and ceilings. Created out of splintered and discarded plywood Oliveira’s creations look like three dimensional wooden patchwork quilts that are taking over every nook and cranny they can, never stopping to ask for permission or directions.(via collabcubed)
"Lone Crane: Blush" Art Glass Sculpture Created by Warner Whitfield. A crane poses gracefully among colorful flora in this sculpture full of light and flowing lines. Each element is formed entirely by hand without the use of molds or castings, ensuring that every piece is unique. Removable elements are set in a solid wood base with black finish.
Ana Teresa Barboza (previously) produces embroidered landscapes with wandering streams that break the fourth wall, jumping off their 2D structures and cascading to the floor in waterfalls of blues and greens. The remaining landscape Barboza keeps in black and white, focusing the viewer's ey
The Sculptures of Jamie North Jamie North is a Sydney based artist working across the mediums of sculpture and photography. Artist creates magnificent sculptures made out of cement, stone, marble, plants and moss. Evoking the feeling of remaining monuments of a long forgotten civilization. Keep in touch by following Cross Connect on Facebook!posted by Margaret
We’ve seen a lot of crazy things done with glass, but it’s not everyday you come across something as impressive as what glass artist Ben Young has created. Young recently shared a glimpse of his latest creations, each of which uses glass cut from window panes to form a body of water.
This project represents the experiences of Spencer Byles throughout a twelve months period exploring forests and making on site sculptures. All the sculptures are temporary using only natural and found materials sourced at each locations