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Jason Holder Jul 14
She may not be finished but she needs a name. Any ideas?
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Eчαυυκ ART Jul 16
Hearts Ease of Pleasure Michael James Talbot
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Ria_ Jul 10
“Knowing it and seeing it are two different things.” ― Suzanne Collins : "The way to happiness II" ... by Sun Hyuk Kim
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AnthologyFive Jul 18
"You Blew Me Away" by Penny Hardy. Isn't it gorgeous?
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Hazel Manuel Jul 11
'Melancholy.' Bronze statue by Albert Gyorgy.
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Nick Mackman 2h
Wild boar sculpture. I wanted to capture a moment in this wild boar’s everyday life... pottering around but being alert to danger.
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ᏢᏒᎪᏉᎬᎬᏁ mᎾhᎪᏁ🔥 Jul 16
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Gerry O'Brien Jul 11
Sculptures in wire by Arline Fisch
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Royal Opera Arcade Gallery Jul 10
This amazing porcelain piece by Liz Watts will be on show at our upcoming Sculpture & Ceramics Exhibition opening next week. Join us for the preview night on Monday the 16th from 6pm to see this and other great artworks.
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Eчαυυκ ART Jul 16
Family of Four Tennyson Cocg USA 🇺🇸
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Emma Rodgers Jul 17
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BrianK Jul 17
Cool gif a fan made of a sculpt we are working on of ’s creation....
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Ria_ Jul 10
Sculpture Book ... by Maria Demichele.
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Shropshire Woodcarvers Jul 18
grows in gives a lovely sheen to a very appropriate relief Duckbill by Jerry @ club...
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art_me geert hermsen Jul 16
I CARRY CIVILISATION ON MY BACK FOR SO MANY AGES 1m
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Harriet Armstrong Jul 17
Freya Jobbins, sculptor/plastic surgeon (!) creates intricate humanoid sculptures out of body parts of discarded toys in the most disturbingly life-like way!
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Shropshire Woodcarvers Jul 17
Dave T has been busy with his .....very like the style of the late great and
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History Encyclopedia Jul 16
made from Gray Schist with traces of Paint, depicting God's & Animals in landscape, Fragment from a scene of Shakyamuni's sermon to Indra. Dated: Early 2nd Century-3rd Century, Ancient Region of .
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Culture Matters Jul 11
"The experience in the trenches persuaded me of the necessity for frankness and truth". Charles Sargeant Jagger. 'No Man’s Land' (1919-20):
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Ria_ Jul 16
“Survival of Serena” ... by Carole Feuerman (Hyperrealist )
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