New Sculptures by Jessica Dalva Come to Life
The last time we featured sculptor Jessica Laurel Louise, aka Jessica Dalva, she was exploring a ritualistic narrative with her feminine works. In the two years since, her art has developed to reflect a multitude of personal interests and skills; her hand-painted sculptures, shadow boxes, drawings, and recently, clay animation, collectively exhibit a cinematic taste. Communicating movement has become an important focus for Dalva. She keeps a diary of her excursions at her blog, from her travels to studying animal anatomy at Natural History Museum, and drying scarves in the wind. These have had a noticeable effect on her artwork.
monika horcicova 3D prints the wheel of life skeletal sculpture
made from 3D printed pieces, ‘the wheel of life’ by czechdesigner monika horcicova is a skeletal sculpture that is based on a symbol of infinity. the round structure refers to the repeated cycle of conception and death, with walking legs used to evoke the image of people in motion. the idea explores the fragility of human bones, which despite this are able to carry the weight of the whole human figure during its life. the plaster composite pieces were 3D printed and then placed in a form and casted in a polyurethane resin, the individual pieces were then assembled into a single object.
Edvard Munch, Death and The Maiden
On the set of Marilyn Manson's "Personal Jesus"
Photography by: Chad Michael Ward | thechadmichaelward.com
My room is getting close to complete, so here’s a little preview! <3
I love your room SO much, you have no idea how jealous I am. @_@
im so envious that I have to stop and check myself before I legitimately get upset.
Thirding the room jealous because DAMN.
I was lucky enough to meet Drew Rausch at ECCC yesterday! An utterly charming spookster, let me tell you. And his art! It fills me with glee.
Daniel Del Nero’s miniature Metropolis was built from nothing but the simple components of black paper and flour which are quite literally “moulded” together.
This reminds me of Liz Hickock’s Cities in Jell-O project, which also began to mold/decay after a while, and made a whole different art piece.