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Michael Craig-Martin - On the Shelf (1970 - glass, metal, water) / http://www.michaelcraigmartin.co.uk

Michael Craig Martin On the Shelf, 1971 Glass, metal, water, 51 x 109 x

Michael Craig-Martin "Constellation" by Vielfaeltig2010, via Flickr

Michael Craig-Martin "Constellation" by

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The original of this painting is a 6 foot work using acrylic on aluminium. The background is bright, fuchsia pink with some black outline.

Bryson Tiller & The Weeknd - Rambo (Remix)

Baptiste Debombourg (Elements: feuilleté glass, wood, nails, white painting) this is crazy!

Michael Craig-Martin | An Oak Tree, 1973. An Oak Tree consists of an ordinary glass of water placed on a small glass shelf of the type normally found in a bathroom, which is attached to the wall above head height. Craig-Martin composed a series of questions and answers to accompany the objects. In these, the artist claims that the glass of water has been transformed into an oak tree.

Michael Craig-Martin (born An Oak Tree 1973 - Glass, water, shelf and printed text sculpture - Tate Modern - Lent from a private collection 2000

Delicate Glass Water Towers Feature Everyday Urban Scenes - My Modern Metropolis

Delicate Glass Water Towers Feature Everyday Urban Scenes

In this Watertower Series, glass and sculpture artist Jeremy Lepisto creates unique artwork featuring photographs carefully merged with hand-blown glass.

Kristofer Johnsson for Elle Decoration UK

Blue Crush

I might try adding some small pops of orange in a room with this color scheme. A dreamy black & blue apartment- minimalist european living room!


studio thier-vandaalen creates glass blown cabinets for precious objects like soap bubbles floating in the air, the collection challenges two ancient handcrafts; free glassblowing and fine woodworking.

Double Sunflower Fused Glass Wall/Window Hanging on Etsy, $23.94

Double Sunflower Fused Glass Wall/Window Hanging love this by Helen Clemons

Surreal symbolic sculptures by Michael Alfano (New Yorker in Hopkinton, Massachusetts) 2013 • depicted: flying head • Alfano interprets philosophical ideas "The best art engages, generates discussion, and brings about change. My art compels viewers to experience, think, and understand life more fully." • materials artist uses: bronze / cold cast copper / resin

Surreal Symbolic Sculptures by Michael Alfano

bronzehustler: “Hopkinton, Massachusetts-based sculptor Michael Alfano creates surreal sculptures that use the human body and face to interpret philosophical ideas. The gifted artist’s creations blur the line between figurative and abstract as each.