Bronze Figures Explore Movement and Body in Sculptures by Coderch & Malavia

 Art Dance #body #bronze #sculpture January 5, 2021 Grace Ebert “Clio’s Dream” (2020), bronze and blue patina. All images © Coderch & Malavia, shared with permission At the center of Coderch & Malavia’s artistic practice is the beauty of the human figure and its various expressions. The Valencia-based duo works collaboratively to cast bronze sculptures that explore the nuances of the body through dance-like movements and distinct gestures. Natural details like golden branches and feathered wings embellish many of the heavily patinaed works, Coderch & Malavia share, to evoke…

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Tides and Tempests: Photographs from the English Coastline Document the Rhythms of a Tumultuous Sea

 Photography #England #lighthouse #ocean #sea #water #waves January 5, 2021 Grace Ebert “Clearing Fog.” All images © Rachael Talibart, shared with permission To introduce her new body of work, Rachael Talibart writes that “the rhythm of the tides, tethered to the waxing and waning of the moon, shapes our very sense of time.” The U.K.-based photographer captures the ebb and flow of the English coastline through photographs that frame both erupting waves and the days surrounding violent storms. An extension of her previous collection that framed what appears to be…

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Helen Bur – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

A selection of canvas work by London-based artist Helen Bur. Using traditionally influenced techniques, Bur’s paintings capture moments of quiet action frozen in the midst of happening. The lack of information or clarity in the scenes are meant to convey a sense of absurdity in the everyday and life in general. See more images below! Source link

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Paul Guilmoth – BOOOOOOOM! – CREATE * INSPIRE * COMMUNITY * ART * DESIGN * MUSIC * FILM * PHOTO * PROJECTS

A selection of images from “egg-white moon” and “an eternity for fish” by artist Paul Guilmoth. Currently ongoing, both projects take place on the small island off the coast of Maine where Guilmoth and their family reside. Although belonging to two bodies of work, the images intertwine seamlessly, coming together as a haunting and beautiful portrait of place. “Land here is a backdrop on which generations of monuments, hopes, traumas, and failures are erected and eventually laid to rest,” Guilmoth explains. “I search for the physical and spiritual manifestations of…

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