Category Archives: Sculpture

Kaunas Biennial 11

Artwork by Laima Oržekauskien? I received confirmation this week that four of my sculptures have been selected for an exhibition taking place in Lithuania this autumn as a part of the Kaunas Biennial: TEXTILE 11. The exhibition is entitled Experiments with Light and will feature textile artworks created from fabrics and threads that fluoresce in

Failure 2011

Failure 2011 is a wonderful project that has been initiated by Bryan Eccleshall and Philip Northcott. They are both UK based artist/curators with several years experience of delivering high quality exhibitions, publications and events. Eccleshall and Northcott issued an open call for artistic failures earlier this year stating; ‘failure is immediately, and publicly, apparent for

Orifice Experiment

I’ve been conducting a few experiments with light recently with some new sculptures that I have created from white fabrics. I was interested to see how UV light affected the appearance of the work. I’ve been happy with the results so far. Under this light the objects have started to take on appearance that reminds

Enrique Gomez de Molina

These wonderful creations are the work of Cuban artist Enrique Gomez de Molina. They explore some similar themes to those I started to examine through my Bestial Drawings although these works take things to another level completely. It’s creative taxidermy at it’s best. Men have dreamt up mythical beings for centuries but de Molina has