Inspiration: The Little Things
Today, right now, I am learning how to enjoy the little things. That smile, those sleepy eyes, the way she ties her hair back. Life is short, must rush, so much to do, places to go, people to see... I have a life you know! And yet, hold still, look around, feel. Inhale the little things. Deep, deeply. Here & Now 'Tis enough for me. Thanks for the inspiration: The Simple Truth - Yuken Teruya Handmade Porcelain Mobile by Katia Soussan - Studio Oink Selected Lightblue Cloud Sweetie by Claudia…
lindsay feuer (The Jealous Curator)
If Dr.Suess was still alive, I think he’d have a huge collection of these porcelain “plants”! This the whimsical, wonderful work of New Jersey based artist Lindsay Feuer. Ah, nature through the beauti
Path of waves Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden board 220 x 80 x 34 cm Chrysanthemum Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden board 158 diameter x 11 cm Aurora Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden board 120 x 80 x 26 cm Missing piece Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden board 168 x 54 x 15 cm Flowing line Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden board 331 x 46 x 17 cm Veil Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden board 80 x 44 x 18 cm Colourful memories Ceramic sculpture mounted onto wooden…
Gabriella Hegyes migrated from Hungary over 30 years ago. She studied fine arts at Wollongong, the National Art School, University of Western Sydney and Monash University. Gabriella has participated in numerous solo and selected group exhibitions around Australia and in Japan. She has curated several exhibitions and developed and coordinated a number of public art projects in NSW. Trained in sculpture, photography and printmaking she moved to installation based work where all these skills…
Sculpture artist's gallery | by JPJ | Buy sculptures art from online gallery
Official site of mixed media metal sculptures artist JPJ. Exploring man. Buy from artist's online gallery of visual arts.
KATE HENDRY | Art Gallery Melbourne, Paintings for Sale, Australian Artists
Anita Traverso Art Gallery is located in Albert Street, one of Melbourne’s best-known arts precincts. We featured Australian Artists and our work ranges across all disciplines, often exploring the previously unexplored.