Alexander Calder (1898-1976) | Alexander Calder was an American sculptor best known as the originator of the mobile, a type of kinetic sculpture the delicately balanced or suspended components of which move in response to motor power.
#Space.. #Superwind in the #Sculptor.. #NGC253, also known as the #SculptorGalaxy, is the brightest of the #SculptorGroup of galaxies, found in the constellation of the same name, and lying approximately 13 million light-years from Earth. The Sculptor Galaxy is known as a starburst galaxy for its current high rate of star formation, one result of which is its superwind..
The marble sculptures by British artist Matthew Simmonds aren’t your typical human forms popularized by the Ancient Greeks and Romans. Instead, he carves detailed and solitary architectural interiors into a corner or side of a hunk of stone. Simmonds leaves the natural edges of the rocks juxtaposed with his small, finished spaces. He pays homage to sacred buildings like baroque basilicas and Ancient Roman Temples by depicting some of their defining features like domed-roofs and elaborate ...
Love? Well that's a bit off target. First piece of art that I ever tried to think originally about. Why did I hate it? Why did I like it? Why did Futurism work in paintings - for me - but seem so dated in this sculpture? And most especially, why, when trying to portray dynamism in a shining figure did it look so goofy?Unique Forms of Continuity in Space