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    • Jennifer Lorenzo

      philllip_low sculptures It looks like drawings, prints, but these are acrylic sculptures. The art of colors, reflection and light!

    • Minty Wares

      MINTY WARES | Acrylic gem like sculptures by artist Phillip Low appear as illustrations on paper. Images via The Jealous Curator

    • Stevie B

      Amazing sculpture by philllip_low sculptures - look like drawings/prints but are actually acrylic sculptures. The art of colors, reflection and light!

    • liberal sprinkles

      acrylic gem sculptures by Phillip Low #art #gemstones ##prisms

    • Miss Winstanley

      Phillip Low | Acrylic Sculptures |

    • Shellby Coyle

      Phillip Low looks like some inspiration for Jessica.

    • Avery

      Graphic Design || faceted shapes by Phillip Low

    • David Lehman

      acrylic gems sculptures: by phillip low

    • Linda Anderson

      Phillip Lowe. -- facets fascinate me

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