Wire has long been a favorite material for many talented sculptors. The material allows you to create both two-dimensional and three-dimensional shapes and compositions.
Create wire sculptures in classical style and aesthetics in any era of postmodernism. Wire sculptures can be illusory, rough, heavy, light, complex and as simple as possible.
The wire allows the sculptors to have a different texture of the material (copper, aluminum, steel, etc.), different color and different “weight” of the sculpture.
English sculptor Robin Wight finally went to work with wire. His series of fairy wire makes a strong impression. Light, almost weightless in appearance of the sculpture seem so real that the audience there is a strange feeling, it seems another second and fairytale heroine come to life and fly away. The exquisite precision and the use of all the advantages of the material distinguish the creativity of white. And its a tradition to invest in your pieces of fine stone heart – touching artist’s memories of the days when he worked with stone.
Countryman white Derek Kinzett, author of numerous wire angels and demons, believes that only wire helps to achieve this reality of images. The wizard uses thin wire, sophisticated textures which gives his work a light delicacy, and a slight feeling of unreality and illusory nature of the sculptures.
American artist Frank plant, who lives in Spain, creates compositions in two dimensions. The subtle contours of the subject compositions Planta filled with deep meaning and convey a very warm and valued atmosphere. Became the most provocative works of the master.
An African American man Gavin worth creates a surprisingly deep composition with minimal means. Its simple contour work on the wooden bases are very expressive. Profiles, contours woven hand, women’s silhouettes – the minimum means the author achieves more than other wizards using more complicated techniques.
Italian Vendetta Ubaldini creates a so-called “pictures in three dimension”. The artist creates a complex multi-colored compositions, creates around them a special space that picks up the light. Work Ubaldini a bit naive and sentimental, but performed at the highest professional level.
A Korean With a Mo puck by using a tight fitting wire achieves the illusion of a plastic material. His compositions are distinguished metallic luster, sculptural heaviness and complex angles. His favorite subjects – the female characters.
In a similar manner works of the Japanese sculptor YUKO of Hishiyama. But his sculptures rarely depict one figure. It is often somewhat grotesque male figures, United by one rhythm and plot.
Unusually graceful trees “Bonsai” made of wire sculptor Ken That.
Tomohiro Inaba creates a work similar in contents with the works of famous Surrealists. His series “the Crumbling sculpture” is made irregular, but very expressive and bright.