or art in it’s incredibility
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José Manuel Castro López works the stone in an amazing way, for him stones are malleable, they melt, liquefy, form and deform. It manages to give them a soft and organic look. Real optical illusions, his sculptures are beautiful and well made of quartz, granite and other rocks all harder than the others.
This is a fascinating sculpture made of wood. It must be carved but no matter how he created it, it appears so delicate. I can just imaging the skill Alain Mailland has with his tools to create something so complex and beautiful out of wood.
Master glassblower and stained glass artist Loren Stump in California has created a “loaf” of glass, called murrine, out of carefully layered glass rods that, when sliced, reveal a painstakingly detailed work of art in cross-section.
Intricate paper sculptures by @juliaibbini [IG} are meticulously crafted to appear as though they have been made in nature. Artist Julia Ibbini and computer scientist Stephane Noyer, who are behind the Abu Dhabi-based studio, spent the last year working on a collection of geometric cylindrical pieces swirling with vine-like forms, mirrored geometric designs that resemble the repeating patterns in honeycomb, and sculptures that look like delicate shells.