Art and Design


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Art and Design from The World...to the World...

Designers

Philip Weber, "The Asian aesthetic, Art Deco, and Art Nouveau are responsible for so many incredible art objects in this world."

You can admire his work in: www.weberboxes.com

Andy Lucas, as a furniture designer, Andy Lucas Lucas proposes a design of a formal identity marked innovative, but realistic and commercial.

You can admire his work in: www.andylucas.info



Woodcarving

Hernán, made wood carvings whose main reasons are the Chilean countryside. More



Miniature Carriages

Nelson, autodidact, who in his research for the rescue of our traditions, has been developing creating miniature replicas of Colonial Carriages Antique very fine finishes. More



Wood Art

Michael Mode, "Many years ago I learned to always make the most exciting creative choices. I hope the results please you today."

His work you can see in: www.michaelmode.com



Larisa and Nairi Safaryan, "World class artist wood sculptor Nairi Safaryan’s perfect eye for beauty, never failing imagination and incredible mastery of the art of carving and sculpting wood are unprecedented. The artist incorporates humor, nature and human qualities in his work which brings a life to them."

Nairi Safaryan's exquisite wood carvings and delicate egg carvings by Larisa Safaryan (daughter of the artist) can be seen in: www.woodsymphony.com



Manolo de la Cruz, "With sinuous shapes and abstract, in an endless game, wooden hues merge and appear to be part of another dimension. They maintain their warmth, harmony, its soft and promise to be an attraction for directions between light and shadow."

You can be seen in: www.tornecruz.blogspot.com



John Beaver, "The success of that piece sparked a passion that has continued to grow for almost three years now. Along the way I have come up with a couple of unique techniques that I have developed and expanded upon."

You can be seen in: www.johnbeaver.net



Michael Foster, "I find that if I get an idea for a piece of work, it takes hold of me and I just can’t let it go until I make it real. Some of these ideas will brew for a while, but eventually I will attempt to recreate the idea in wood."

You can be seen in: www.breezyhillturning.com



Alan Trout, "The visual textures created by the blend of the colored resin and organic materials are striking on their own and, in my opinion, are best when incorporated into simple forms with good proportions."

You can be seen in: www.tobinhillturning.com



Joël Urruty, "The figure is abstracted to a minimalist form, void of any superfluous information. The primary material, wood, is often masked by paint to allow the form to take precedence over the material."

You can be seen in: www.joelurruty.com



Hayley Smith, "The idea of making a handprint is not an original one. When we leave a hand print, it is an existential act. “I was here!” Humans have been doing it for millennia across continents. Many of us as children, at home and in school made handprints in art projects."

You can be seen in: www.collectorsofwoodart.org/artist/portfolio/17



Multi-Colored Panels of Wood


Matt Neuman's, multi-colored panels of wood and acrylic are like a psychedelic spiral of energy and emotion.

His great work can be admired in: www.mattneumanartist.com



Pixelated Wood Sculptures


Shawn Smith, "I like to take non-things, like digital images, and translate them back into things"...

His great work can be admired in: www.shawnsmithart.com






Wood Art


Harvey Zeugin, is a craftsman who enjoys creating wood intarsia with fine detail and high quality.

His great work can be admired in: www.knightsky.com/



Victor Dubovik (Виктор Дубовик), leads a family workshop of artistic wood carving with his son and daughter.

They are from Bryansk, Russia.

His great work can be admired in: www.dubovikwoodcutter.narod.ru



Judson Beaumont , has always striven to push the limits, try different things. He questions everything and takes it to the next level through functionality or bending the rules.

His great work can be admired in: www.straightlinedesigns.com



Ian Norbury, is an artist of our time; drawing on the past, but creating and delivering work both for and of the present, as well as the future in a totally uncompromising way.

His great work can be admired in: www.iannorbury.com



Ayhan Tomak, was born in Antakya.

Concerning the domain of functional art he has been developing new designs working with mirrors and wood. Ayhan Tomak is a member of the Helsinki International Artists Association and contiues working in his own studio in Istanbul.

His great work can be admired in: www.ayhantomak.com



Gary Tatman, resides in the town of Glen Burnie, Maryland.

Is a craftsman who whittled these fine masterpieces to perfection, although he works with wood as a passion.

See his work



Paul Baliker, "A passion for nature has inspired me to create a body of work that is environmental in pith. I endeavor to capture a moment in wood or bronze that expresses potential for a symbiotic relationship with nature".

www.paulbaliker.com



Amber Jean, "I created a life-size figurative sculpture in steel when I was 16 and taught myself to carve with a chainsaw while in my 20’s".



Her work you can see in: www.amberjean.com



Bruno Torfs, has created a world rich with fantasy and insightful beauty derived from his imagination and inspired by his intrepid journeys to some the world most intriguing and remote regions.

His work you can see in: www.brunosart.com



Diederick Kraaijeveld, builds classic and modern icons in vintage reclaimed - painted - wood; a Coke Can, Steve McQueen or a pair of Chuck Taylors. Goal to create desirable artifacts out of material that others have thrown away as worthless......

His work you can see in: www.oudhout.com



Heather Jansch, "I always said that if I could not make a living as an artist I would either work with horses or become a landscape gardener. In the early days I could not know that I would eventually be in a position to combine the three things".

Her work you can see in: www.heatherjansch.com



Mark Doolittle, "My style and approach are my own, greatly influenced by my background in biology. In my artwork, I try to express the dynamic form of growth and symmetry encountered in cells and tissues, as well as in whole organisms throughout the natural world."

Her work you can see in: www.markdoolittlestudio.com



James Doran-Webb, started to design driftwood furniture in 2005 and it was while playing with the various natural forms that he decided to try his hand at making animal sculptures.

His work you can see in: www.jamesdoranwebb.com



Paul Baden, specialising in wood carvings made from laminated wood veneers, Paul brings his experiences of maps and the human body into his wood sculptures.

His work you can see in: www.paulbaden.co.uk



J. Paul Fennell, specialising in wood carvings made from laminated wood veneers, Paul brings his experiences of maps and the human body into his wood sculptures.

His work you can see in: www.jpaulfennell.com/Gallery.html



Derek Weidman, the work is done primarily on a wood lathe, and why all the main features of the animals I represent get abstracted into circular components. "I feel at times like I am simply documenting the natural world through the abstracting lens of a wood lathe".

His work you can see in: www.weidmanwoodsculpture.com



Malcolm Zander, "I have been fortunate in having been able to spend time with several well-known turners: I would like to thank Giles Gilson, Rolly Munro, Jason Russell and Binh Pho for sharing their skills and knowledge with me."

His work you can see in: www.malcolmzander.com



Darrell Copeland, "I create representational, non-objective, and abstract art; finding inspiration in nature, modern and contemporary art, architecture, life experiences and my imagination."

His work you can see in: www.darrellcopeland.com



David Knopp , "I can control these lines as I carve by changing the angle and depth of the material being removed."

His work you can see in: www.davidknopp.com



Bruce Hoover, "Took to turning with a passion and, as he was able to spend more time at the lathe, his talent and skill quickly expanded."

His work you can see in: www.brucehoover.esva.net



Lyle Jamieson, "In all my work I try to reveal the beauty, color, and design of the wood. Wood has always been a sensual medium for me, and to bring the emotion and graceful movement of the human figure into the mix has been stimulating and satisfying."

His work you can see in: www.lylejamieson.com