Mixed Media Sculptures / Multi Media Sculptures

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Diana Drake, Osloart Online Gallery, Ilker Yardimci, Michal Staszczak, Nicole Morris, John Murphy, Angelo Mazzoleni, Dj Whelan, John Northington, Daniel Johnson, Catarina Hosler, Gary Chris Christopherson, Vladimir Rukhlin, Augie Nkele, Aykut Oz, Mark Renaud, Eric Fluckiger, Serdar Seremet, Miroslaw Baca, Kum-thong Ngim offering original Mixed Media Sculptures artworks.


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Osloart Online Gallery: 'Balanse', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  Johan Fredrik Arntzen, Balanse. H- 2,27m. ...
, 2006
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
30 x 227 cm (11.8 x 89.4 inches)
Ilker Yardimci: '2000', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Other.
, 2007
Other - Sculpture
25 x 25 cm (9.8 x 9.8 inches)
Michal Staszczak: 'Garbus', 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  It's made of bronze and iron ...
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
15 x 13 cm (5.9 x 5.1 inches)
Michal Staszczak: 'The Tower', 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  It's made of cast iron and cast metal ...
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
30 x 28 cm (11.8 x 11.0 inches)
Michal Staszczak: 'Creeper', 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture, nature.  This sculpture is made of stone and bronze ...
, 2008
nature - Sculpture
30 x 80 cm (11.8 x 31.5 inches)
Nicole Morris: 'Silicone Bodices', 2004 Mixed Media Sculpture, Figurative.  These delicate pieces are silicone and cheesecloth casts made from original body molds. They hang on silk hangers. This series of lingerie has been continued using caulking as well. ...
Figurative - Sculpture
1 x 3 feet (0.30 x 0.91 m)
John Murphy: 'Swallow ', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Birds.  The swallow is cold cast in resin bonded bronze. The support is carved from a piece of Iroko which is stained, sealed and has a beeswax finish. In this piece I try to capture the speed and streamlined movement of a swallow in flight. ...
, 2007
Birds - Sculpture
21 x 13 cm (8.3 x 5.1 inches)
Angelo Mazzoleni: 'Linea di confine', 2008 Mixed Media Sculpture, Conceptual.  period new sincretic art and contemporary problems ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
100 x 60 cm (39.4 x 23.6 inches)
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Dj Whelan: 'crack house', 2005 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.  mixed media construction ...
undecided - Sculpture
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
Dj Whelan: 'reliquary house', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.  mixed media construction ...
undecided - Sculpture
13 x 22 inches (33.0 x 55.9 cm)
Dj Whelan: 'speakeasy', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.  mixed media construction ...
, 2006
undecided - Sculpture
24 x 24 inches (61.0 x 61.0 cm)
Dj Whelan: 'bodega', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.  found materials, bits of nature, beach debris ...
, 2006
undecided - Sculpture
12 x 12 inches (30.5 x 30.5 cm)
John Northington: 'Miro', 2002 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  Steel & Glass ...
, 2002
Abstract - Sculpture
48 x 31 inches (121.9 x 78.7 cm)
John Northington: 'Pylon with Stacked Glass', 2005 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  Concrete, Steel & Glass ...
Abstract - Sculpture
37 x 174 inches (94.0 x 442.0 cm)
Daniel Johnson: 'SPIRIT OF WASTE', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Conceptual.  Ceramic Stoneware/ found steel wall mounted sculpture# 4 of the Recycling Series- Commentary on the wastefull nature of American consumers. more at www. danieljohnsonart. com ...
Conceptual - Sculpture
30 x 18 inches (76.2 x 45.7 cm)
Catarina Hosler: 'Queen of the Night blue', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  Brushed and pierced aluminum figure with brass crown, face, heart, illuminated with led light modules. Part of the
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
40 x 38 inches (101.6 x 96.5 cm)
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Gary Chris Christopherson: 'one becoming whole', 1990 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  Celebrates the ascendency of ones self, interacting and growing with the universe, becoming a whole being.Acquire GChris sculpture and 100 of Chris payment goes for Thrive Scholarships at University of Wisconsin - Madison. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 5 feet (1.52 x 1.52 m)
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Vladimir Rukhlin: 'Motherhood', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.
, 2007
undecided - Sculpture
90 x 143 cm (35.4 x 56.3 inches)
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Augie Nkele: 'Man With Talking Drum', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, World Culture.  Gutter Guard, Galvanized Wire, Window Screen, Aluminum ...
World Culture - Sculpture
11 x 13 inches (27.9 x 33.0 cm)
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Aykut Oz: 'warworm', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Political.
, 2006
Political - Sculpture
190 x 33 inches (482.6 x 83.8 cm)
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Aykut Oz: 'clash', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Psychedelic.
, 2006
Psychedelic - Sculpture
32 x 60 cm (12.6 x 23.6 inches)
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Aykut Oz: 'power', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Philosophy.
, 2007
Philosophy - Sculpture
60 x 44 cm (23.6 x 17.3 inches)
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Mark Renaud: 'Hope and Desperation', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Trees. Title. . . Hope in DesperationThis unique tree represents the artist' s reflections on his own life by using nature and his lifelong fasination with tress in an analogy towards the similarities between the human spirit and that of the spirit found around us in nature. Special attention was given in ...
Trees - Sculpture
23 x 15 inches (58.4 x 38.1 cm)
Eric Fluckiger: 'HYBRID', 2007 Mixed Media Sculpture, Animals.  HYBRID no. 04 ( plush toy / polyurethane)
, 2007
Animals - Sculpture
10 x 15 cm (3.9 x 5.9 inches)
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Eric Fluckiger: 'CONFLICTING INTERESTS', 1999 Mixed Media Sculpture, Family.
Family - Sculpture
55 x 45 cm (21.7 x 17.7 inches)
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Serdar Seremet: 'TIMPANI', 2004 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract.  Sculpture made of brass, wire and stone. ...
, 2004
Abstract - Sculpture
24 x 46 cm (9.4 x 18.1 inches)
Miroslaw Baca: 'HUMANITY cycle', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  Newest Artwork. The cycle of sculptures made from wood and black marble. All the pieces refer to a human being in aspect of the culture. On wooden abstract forms with open work ornaments there are hung black stone heads and other forms.Preferably the cycle is to be sold as...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
0 x 295 cm (0.0 x 116.1 inches)
Miroslaw Baca: 'HUMANITY cycle', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.  Newest Artwork. The cycle of sculptures made from wood and black marble. All the pieces refer to a human being in aspect of the culture. On wooden abstract forms with open work ornaments there are hung black stone heads and other forms.Preferably the cycle is to be sold as...
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
0 x 295 cm (0.0 x 116.1 inches)
Kum-thong Ngim: 'To feel to touch to experience the divine', 2006 Mixed Media Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
12 x 30 inches (30.5 x 76.2 cm)
Cecilia Mariel Leiva: 'reflexion', 2004 Mixed Media Sculpture, Abstract Figurative.
, 2004
Abstract Figurative - Sculpture
43 x 20 cm (16.9 x 7.9 inches)
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    Osloart Online Gallery - The idea behind OsloArt Gallery is that we want to make art available from all over the world for the Norwegian and the Scandinavian markets. Our goal is art <>. We see ourselves as <> between the artists and markets, presenting valuable art that you as an art lover would not likely experience were it not for our gallery. ...

    Angelo Mazzoleni - ARTISTS ITALIAN CONTEMPORARY: BIOGRAPHY ESSENTIAL ARTIST Angelo Mazzoleni was born in Florence on June 7, 1952 .. It starts soon his artistic activity, cultivated already in the youth, under the guidance of some teachers and attending courses at the Accademia Carrara Bergamo.In these years, participates in the first exhibitions painting in Lombardy and in other Italian regions. Some travel, particularly in Germany and Paris, enrich his artistic and cultural baggage and affect its first part of pittorica.Si also interested in discovering paleontology in particular some important fossils, donated to museums in Milan and Bergamo, including a erionide a generally still unknown and which was given its name in the relevant publications scientifiche.L'interest in the mystery of the past, for history, especially early in his ancestral size, is one of the other elements that characterize the His research also in the field of painting, even before the foundation, with other artists, the group "NEW ART SINCRETICA." "The evolutionary path of the artist, now thirty years, is marked by a personal search for the origins of the world of its vital forces Which, despite the variety of themes and techniques, appears as a single inner journey through time and ...

    Dj Whelan - Through the improvisational ideals of vernacular architecture, I've been exploring issues of loss, necessity, social function and creativity as they pertain to homelessness. The small dwellings I construct from bits of earth and recycled materials are inspired by the creative housing solutions of outsiders, squatters and displaced populations, and suggest the random yet deliberate order of building a home when the means of shelter are left to chance and inspired necessity. In an effort for survival and self-expression, man-made objects are married to nature, form and function overlap by default, and home comes together piece by piece. ...

    John Northington - I have always looked at materials as a representation of a place in time. This idea about materials comes directly from the way I have learned to organize history. I place stone in the far past or in ancient times , I look at metal and consider it to be now and I put glass or plastic as future materials, Wood seems to be linked with history. I feel I have to link materials to a time period to better understand them, this idea is a way for me to understand what I am looking at. I have always found inspiration by the way sculpture moves or changes over time. I have always been fascinated by the Archeological find, to uncover something to never been seen in modern times or forgotten until it was discovered . I have always seemed to find a way to use something that has been overlooked and recycle the material over and over. My work develops from Geology, the Archeological discovery and the work ethic from Ancient Times. ...

    Daniel Johnson - The geological formations of Arizona, and the relationship the local people have with this piece of earth moved me to focus on ceramic stoneware forms that relate human attributes to stone, and earthen aspects to humans. There I began to incorporate hand building with clay, statue restoration trade secrets, metal, and the use of resins to achieve his high-fired stoneware creations, which range in size from small to heights of ten feet or more. My art is heavily figurative and illustrates 'the distorted realism of the human condition'. They transmit human qualities from compassion and understanding, to degradation and despair. Confronting the gambit of human emotional states and physical conditions, I try to relate my observations honestly. Sometimes it is beautiful, sometimes it is not, but life is not always pretty. I look for simple truths to illustrate that may not be seen by all. I continue to be inspired by observing individuals and their interactions with each other, society and the earth. ...

    Gary Chris Christopherson - Abstract sculpture by GChris is what he terms "progressive art" and is mission-driven. Progressive art is art with a purpose and artist as advocate. "Art as advocacy; advocacy as art." The call to artists and people generally is to embrace both art and advocacy, use their synergy, and advance progressive values. Advanced by the art are core progressive values - reducing human vulnerability, maximizing human potential, saving our environment, and living at "peace on and with the earth." Underlying it all is the driving desire to "save the world", as best as we as people can. Toward that end, GChris abstract mobiles and stabiles help drive toward a positive progressive vision of the future. They portray strong driving forces -- the desire for knowledge, spirit and justice. High level thought, being, and positive interrelationships are not ends but new foundations from which progress springs. Progressive art supports the continuous striving for absolute knowledge, absolute spirit and perfected being with full recognition this is an inevitable, unending, inspiring and liberating human enterprise. To achieve the vision, they also help explore threats of vulnerability, conflict, and chaos. The mobiles and stabiles address these threats, glean whatever positives they contain, and advocate major progression...

    Augie Nkele - Born: Kisangani, Congo, Africa BFA: Emphasis Painting, 1979, Academie Des Beaux-Arts, Kinshasa and Lubumbashi Additional Studies: Notre Dame de la Sagesse, School of Interior Design, Brussels, Belgium, 1980-82 Currently a US citizen residing in Fort Worth, Texas I am from the Kongo people. Before Columbus sailed to the New World, the Portuguese had already established trade relations with the kingdom of Kongo. Members of the royal court of Kongo attended the university in Lisbon. I speak the Kikongo language, as well as Lingala, Swahili, French and English. Congo is always in my heart although it has been many years since I have been there in person. My country has a rich artistic and cultural history and the Congolese people have made important contributions to art and music. One of my goals with my art is to introduce our history and culture to others. When you know Africa you will love Africa. I love learning about different ethnic and national cultures. I look for links that can unite people rather than divide them. Having lived on three continents has given me a broader interest perhaps than if I had only lived in one community all my life. We must ...

    Mark Renaud - Title..."Hope in Desperation" This unique tree represents the artist's reflections on his own life by using nature and his lifelong fasination with tress in an analogy towards the similarities between the human spirit and that of the spirit found around us in nature. Special attention was given in selecting the stone mount for the tree. The artist felt that the mount must define a weather-torn, barren, non-fertile and isolated location to parallel the feelings he was experiencing in his surrounding at the time he concieved this sculpture. (this stone has been dated at being 450 million years old by some of the fossils found embedded in it) Choosing to work with copper as the base, limbs and leaves was mainly due to the metaphysical and physical properties of copper as being a conductor of energy. The artist believes that just as copper is a conductor of energy so are we as human beings. The leadcoating on the bas and limbs of the tree is a protective shell, protecting the tree from the elements and environment much the same as we as human beings wear masks create walls for protect from our environment, to protect our inner-...

    Eric Fluckiger - "I want my work to thrill, be uncanny, weird. By alluring viewers with fascinating objects and images, I hope to engage a reflection on issues relating to the theme of transition in contemporary life. Finally, I am committed to creating sculptures and photographs which appeal to the viewers on an emotional, visual level." Education: *MA Fine Art from City & Guilds of London Art School (2004 - 2005) *Masters Degree in Mathematics from University of Geneva (1982 - 1988) ...

    Miroslaw Baca - I am a Polish sculptor currently working and living both in England and Poland. I have experience in many mediums as stone, wood, bronze casting, metal welding, ceramics. A lot of my works are displayed in public places in Mexico, where I lived before and realized a sculptor's project in El Jardin de las Esculturas in Xalapa, Veracruz, as a Mexican government scholarship. I was responsible for holding workshops with local people, indigenous groups, of all ages and backgrounds, engaging them in the realization of the project. In Poland, the final piece of my graduation work from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow ( Cracow ) was on public permanent display near the Jagiellonian University. In 2005 I obtained the Royal British Society of Sculptors Bursary Award, gaining the membership and exhibiting sculpture works in RBS Gallery in London. Sculpture is a means of expression, among others. This one, however, is difficult and specific. For me, it is the one that has appealed to me the most, not as a result of a deep thinking, but intuitively - language, form of communication, way of life. I am at the beginning of my way, struggling to learn about the chosen form...