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Matthew Simmonds

“The sculptures of Matthew Simmonds give us a direct experience of our being in the present, through a love of the past transmitted in marble and light.”


Sculptor Angela Lergo

Sensual sculpture and installation works from Spanish sculptor Angela Lergo


Fragile Heart by Sophie Aguilera Lester

Sophie Aguilera is a young ceramist raised in Barcelona and based in London. Recently she debuted at Women’s Art Festival La Dinamitera with her fragile ceramic heart. Hope to see more new works…


Dancing Shadow Sculptures by Dpt. and Laurent Craste

Parade is an interactive art installation conceived by ceramist Laurent Craste and digital agency Dpt. for the Chromatic festival in Montreal.


Tattooed Porcelain Figures by Jessica Harrison

Jessica Harrison proposes a multi-directional and pervasive model of skin as a space in which body and world mingle. Working with this moving space between artist/maker and viewer, she draws on the active…


Alasdair Thomson

Alasdair Thomson is a sculptor living and working in Edinburgh, Scotland. He is Italian-trained and has significant experience in carving large scale sculpture and other elements of decorative stonework, both in Scotland and…


Thom Puckey

One of the leading contemporary sculptor Thom Puckey released few new provocative works in 2013. The most of his marble objects are the individual female figures, young and completely or partially nude, are…


Art of Peter Brooke-Ball

Peter’s sculptures are sensual and beautiful objects that demand to be stroked and handled. With his latest series he creates cognitive dissonance where the material changes its nature by the will of the…


Thomas Lerooy

Thomas Lerooy (gallery link) was born in Roeselare, Belgium in 1981 and now lives and works in Brussels. Each work evokes metaphysical questions as the artist offers his richly ironic explorations of such…


Ceramic sculptures by Beccy Ridsdel

Beccy Ridsdel shows exactly what I thought ceramic plates are hiding from our eyes – the beautiful inner organ layer. Using surgery metaphor Beccy explores the perception of ceramics as craft of art.


Installations by Janet Echelman

From San Francisco to New York City, Amsterdam to Sydney, and India to Portugal, Janet Echelman has been captivating thousands with her public art installations that awe and inspire. Echelman’s urban sculptures span…


Sunlight Pills by Vaulot and Dyevre

Some instant summer anyone? I’ll take a box of it! “Sunlight Pills” created by Vaulot and Dyevre contains the sunshine from Borabora to the Maldives, Haiti and the Bahamas is available as a…


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