RE PINNED - Sculpture by Antony Gormley. I love the use of line to construct a figure, and the way visual texture has been used to evoke a sense of patterning, filling in sections of the body and leaving others to the imagination.
Antony Gormley Angel of the North ♥ - this steel statue stand 20 meters high and has a wing span of 54 meters.it was commissioned in 1994 and installed in
Top 5 Artists: Antony Gormley, Feeling Material, - very smart design / art piece
even the tilt of her wrist is realistic. It seems like she was photographed in the middle of a dance. "Ballerina on point — Wire — Sculptures — Martin Wright, Artist"
South African artist Regardt van der Meulen delivers his series ‘Deconstructed’ made out of steel. The series exist of a group of fragmented, sci-fi-like sculptures of human shapes
You could make an artwork where you place yourself into a location.Gormley sculpture at Clavell Tower Dorset
Figurative Sculptures Made of Scrap Metal. Artist Julie Tremblay addresses the relationship between man and his environment with her figurative sculptural works made of scrap metal.
artwork: sculptures in black Künstler/Artist: Antony Gormley
Antony Gormley - Capacitor, 2001 Sculptures: Mild Steel Tubes, Mild Steel R.
Steel block sculpture, stacked and propped with an architectural approach to construction // Prop II, Antony Gormley
Anthony Gormley #WOWmuseumsandgalleries
Steel wire sculpture by artist Tomohiro Inaba. The sculpture moves from a solid foundation to more loosely woven lines that seem to dissipate into the air.
You Blew Me Away, sculpture by British artist Penny Hardy I think this is very interesting and cool, I could stare at this for hours on end daily and foind new interesting things in it.
Beautiful beautiful 3 d life drawings in wire (iron strings) by Portuguese artist David Oliveira
"Loss" do escultor Antony Gormley, feita com blocos de aço inoxidável.
Anthony Gormley 'Another Place', 100 cast metal male sculptures, South Crosby Beach, Lancashire, UK
Antony Gormley - pretty cool you can still tell what it is despite its minimalism. makes you think about your eyes/brain processes while looking at the art itself!