Nizar Ali Badr is an Syrian sculptor from Latakia, Syria, whose stone sculptures tell complex stories. Words are not his thing, but stones. Nizar Ali tells the story of Syrian families using stones to depict human emotions, and the suffering and hardship of war. in Syria, Badr refuses to sell any of them for money….
Photo Artwork by Visual artist Hanna @fussylemon. This is truly stunning in itself. To see more: https://www.instagram.com/fussylemon/
Brooklyn-based Korean sculptor Seung Mo Park creates “human series” metallic sculptures by manipulating aluminum wire. His sculptures capture the realistic wrinkles of scrunched up fabric.He is also as meticulous about representing a figure in a plausible position as he is about the placement of each wire strand. More: http://www.seungmopark.com/
Bronze becomes art in the skillful hands of Vittorio Tessaro. Sculptures and statues in bronze with various female figures, artistic nudes,warriors, and other animals.His representations of statue of woman are particularly admired, capturing femininity in its maximum state of purity, femininity which Vittorio cleverly manages to set in the various moments of daily life. This…
Taj Francis is a Jamaican based artist, born in St. Andrew, Jamaica. Attended Edna Manley College of the Visual and Performing arts in 2007 – 2011. A full time fine artist, illustrator, designer and creative direction. More of Taj’s artwork on his Instagram.
Boston-based artist Mike Parisella, known as Slimesunday is a graphics and collages artist. Slimesunday is a moniker that is not supposed to make any sense or have some profound hidden meaning behind it. “The goal from day one has always been to create something; To occupy a blank page with some idea before I fall asleep….
JI ZHOU born in 1970 in Beijing, China. Zhou’s quiet observation of contemporary society is reflected in his object-based works, often rendered in photography or sculpture. Ji Zhou’s oeuvre explores fragmented and whole images, comprised of images of objects and installations that are not what they always appear to be. His series “Dust,” which was exhibited extensively…