European Sculpture
  • Incredible Sand Sculptures

    May 11, 2017

    Most of kids are interested in packing damp sand into a pail and tapping it out to make a little sand castle. The construction of sand is a difficult job and such masterpiece is easily destroyed and swept away by waves and wind. Some people especially artists take their sand castles and sculptures a bit […]

  • Alessi Nuvem – Wire Sculpture You’ll Be Proud to Display

    April 19, 2017

    Nuvem is a collection of objects formed from aluminum wire, spun and squashed into different household items. But that engineering description doesn’t begin to describe this daring concept. It’s an interesting blend of art and functional object, achieved with rare skill. Alessi spent years developing the concept and honing an artistic vision was only one […]

  • His Most Famous Sculpture (L’Amphion) – Henri Laurens

    March 28, 2017

    A humble family of Paris gave birth to a very famous sculptor and illustrator Henri Laurens (February 18, 1885 – May 5, 1954). In his initial years of upbringing, Henri was deprived of the basic academic and artistic training. That however, did not stop him from climbing the stairs of fame and he rose to […]

  • Harbin International Ice and Snow Sculpture Festival 2011

    December 23, 2016

    The 26th annual International and Snow Sculpture Festival 2011, one of the world\’s four largest ice and snow festivals, along with Japan\’s Sapporo Snow Festival, Canada\’s Quebec City Winter Carnival and Norway\’s Ski Festival, is being hosted in Harbin, northeastern China and attracts thousands of local residents as well as tourists. Massive ice buildings are […]

  • Cleveland West Pierhead Lighthouse Turns Into Icy Sculpture

    November 30, 2016

    The Cleveland Harbour West Pierhead lighthouse is covered by ice after fierce winds blowing up massive waves over the lighthouse in Ohio State, America. In subzero air temperature, these waves become frozen in multiple layers which turn the West Pierhead Lighthouse into an unbelievable white castle. In the below average temperature of U.S’s eastern states, […]

  • Bill Mack Original Art ? Come See Relief Sculpture at Its Finest

    November 22, 2016

    Bill Mack is certainly a phenomenon in the art world. Viewing his relief sculpture is moving and evokes an emotional response. He has no mentor and you can’t learn the techniques from a simple art class. Bill Mack has created his original art for decades now, and the influence he has had on the contemporary […]

  • Bronze Sculpture Has a Long and Proud History

    November 14, 2016

    Bronze sculpture has been around for a long time. Besides bronzes longevity, artists particularly like this type of metal because it slightly expands before it sets. This allows the artist to apply the finest details to the piece. Bronze is not brittle and is very strong and ductile. This ductility contributes greatly to works that […]

  • The Remarkable Partnership of Sculpture Gardens and History

    November 9, 2016

    Museums are generally created for the benefit of the young generations. It is exactly the place where the ancient artifacts of the early civilizations can be found. Museums are often linked to history because it is the best way to teach the present and future generations about their own history.  There are also different things […]