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Beth Cavener Stichter, The Sentimental Question (detail)…. the sentimental question is…. What does the Fox say?

cinderkits: Beth Cavener Stichter “Come Undone” | Hi Fructose Magazine   See more of Beth’s work here. Our Hi-Fructose vol.26 cover artist

I love Beth Carver Stitcher's work. artnet Galleries: The Sentimental Question by Beth Cavener Stichter from Claire Oliver Gallery

Emergence by Sayaka Kajita Ganz

Japanese artist Sayaka Ganz takes sustainable art to a whole new level by transforming discarded everyday objects into sculptures that seem almost alive.

Animal sculptures made by old hubcaps. Artist: Ptolemy Elringto

British artist Ptolemy Elrington Recycles Old Hubcaps Into Beautiful Animal Sculptures. Ptolemy collects thousands of old abandoned hubcaps from all …

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster

Recycled: Shadow Sculptures by Tim Noble and Sue Webster - I do like work with a bit of lighting & shadows!

Carne Griffiths’ artwork is born from a love of drawing and the journey of creating an image on the page. Working primarily with calligraphy ink, graphite and liquids, such as tea brandy, vodka and whisky he draws and then manipulates the drawn line.   London, UK artist Carne Griffiths

London, UK artist Carne Griffiths

Saatchi Art Artist: Eckhard Besuden; Oil 2010 Painting "Hannes Seehas blau"

Hannes Seehas ultramarinblau Painting by Eckhard Besuden

painting by Eckhard Besuden of "Hannes Seehas blau" (Hannes the Blue Lake Rabbit)

re-pinned from Megan G: "Beth Cavener Stichter~~These are gigantic sculptures made of clay which she builds by hand, fires and glazes herself in her studio"

Sights and Strangers: Beth Cavener Stichter~~She is an amazing artist! These are gigantic sculptures made of clay which she builds by hand, fires and glazes herself in her studio. Impressive, disturbing at times, but always breath-taking!

Beth Cavener Stichter's stoneware sculpture called Premonition

You're looking at Beth Cavener Stichter's stoneware sculpture called Premonition - looks like a cross between Cthulhu and a shrimp!

This would make for an awesome bedside table lamp if you could get lights in each lamp. #octopus

Artist Scott Musgrove has clay-sculpted Walktopus, a work-in-progress bronze sculpture depicting a large lantern-holding octopus. Here are a couple of shots of the piece sculpted in clay.

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