by David Oliveira. [Image #1 of Week: Oct 7th - Oct 11th] These are sculptures from iron strings. But what is so amazing is that they look like sketches or drawings, but with metal wire. You can draw with 3D mediums, in the same when you can with a pencil or paintbrush. It's just simple and exotic. It's really quite beautiful.
by Dalton Ghetti. [Image #7 of Week: Oct 7th - Oct 11th] These 'mini' graphite sculptures are really interesting because they are all very different and yet extremely similar. Each pencil is a different color and height, but the overall shape s similar.
[Image #3 of Week: Oct 7th - Oct 11th] This is a sculpture in Söderköping River, Sweden. I just really enjoy the little children's tale that is being told. No words are necessary to ascertain the meaning of the piece, and it's quick simple too. So cute!
"Victory of Samothrace" [Image #2 of Week: Sept 30th - Oct 4th] It says victory, but all I see is loss. This person, or angel is calling out, in eros (wanting something that is absent). This sculpture is highly detailed and it uses texture to explain itself to the eye.
by Cy Twombly. [Image #4 of Week: Sept 30th - Oct 4th] Texture, cold and dark analogous colors all give a feeling of apprehension an loneliness. Can a sculpture portray this same heaviness of feeling? If so, what would it look like?
Vigeland Park, Oslo-Vigeland sculpture is not allowed to leave Norway, so is not as universally viewed as are most artists, but very intriguing. Norwegians consider his work one of their national treasures.