5 Famous Ceramics Artists You Must Know

2018-07-02 18:30:31
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Any work of traditional or digital art is a product of an artists’ imagination and relentless efforts. The world of ceramic arts is a very vast one and there have been many artists right from the start of time who have established their name and repute in the ceramic art arena. 

We can't exactly blame you for not knowing all of them for most of them operates mostly into art circuits. And while they are very popular in their respective worlds, the world outside that sub-cosmos do not have much knowledge of their works. So we thought it was time to throw some light on some of the famous ceramics artists of their times. Here’s a brief rundown on famous ceramic artists biographies.

These five are the best ceramic sculpture artists of their age who made their work stand out from that of others.

1. Beate Kuhn

If a list of ceramic artists who took ceramics to a whole new level will ever be made, Baet Kuhan will surely feature on top of that. In fact, we won't be making use of a hyperbole if we go on to say that she can be deemed fit to be the ceramic artist of the century for this last century.

 Born in 1927, Beat was first recognized for her talent in the 1950s when her authentically radical and original pieces ushered in a revolution in the quiet, peaceful world of ceramic arts. Her creations mostly deal with shapes and forms that have separate entities. But each entity is incomplete without the other and together they give way to the formation of a larger, greater whole that makes them all complete.

Baete likes to explore traditional forms of ceramic arts and her creations follow suit to the conventional strata of the art. And that is something very obvious given the time of her emergence on the horizon of the art landscape. Her work always stands out in the crowd howsoever traditional it may be. Her unique perspective to see even the most routine of things grant her work a perfection and edge that no other ceramic artist can claim to have attained with such simplicity.

You can find and explore Baete Kuhn’s works at any of the ceramic artists' websites that exhibit ceramic art online.

2. John Glick

John Glick rose to fame in the early 60s when he created a sensation in the world of ceramic arts with his awe-inspiring creations. Unlike Baete Kuhn, Glick likes to experiment with and explore his subjects and while many of his creations fall under the category of conventional, there is no dearth of collections in his artistic portfolio that surpass the boundaries of orthodox by leaps and bounds. 

The ceramic artist has had many of his artworks featured in international public and private art galleries and collections. And is renowned for his rustic, earthy themed sculptures that are so widely spread across genres like contemporary, classic, and sometimes even antic.

Based in Michigan, John Glick likes to operate from his private studio in the state.

3. Ellen Schon

The ceramic artist has been actively exhibiting her ceramic works in the artistic circuit since the late 1970s and shot to fame with her ceramic sculptures reflecting human emotions and circumstances. Her largely metaphorical work sets her apart from other contemporary artists of the time.

Ellen currently takes art lessons at Art Institute of Boston. There she teaches her students to explore different dimensions of human experience through ceramic sculptures. People explores and appreciates her work at several ceramic sculpture gallery online.

4. Carol Long

Carol Long has devised her own style of sculpting ceramics by seeking inspiration from the flora and fauna around her. She likes to work from her farms and believes that nature is the source of motivation for an artist.

Her work envisages a blend of nature’s creations into those of her own. This unique style fairly complements her stunning choice of color combinations and designs. You can easily find her work across many ceramic artists websites or at any online sculpture gallery.

5. Victor Spinski

Victor Spinski can easily be classified as the greatest artist of his time. Coming from an age when experimentation and innovation in the ceramic sculpture landscape were at their peak, Spinski adopted an approach of replication of non-ceramic objects to their ceramic versions. His subjects included regular stuff and were brought down to ceramic sculpture with an infallible skill of a practiced artist.

Spinski’s works are especially popular for their technical precision and diligence. Even five years after his death, his work is still gaining the interest of audience. You can explore his art across almost all the ceramic art galleries online.

Art is a form of indulgence for normal human beings and artists are our mediators to the world of arts. And while we appreciate and savor art at its best, it is important to credit and remember the artists, too. We hope this article intrigued your interest in the life and works of creators of ceramic arts

You can find and explore more artists and their works online at any art gallery on e-stores like Showflipper. Some of these sites even let you interact with the artists behind the creations featured on them where you can ask them questions and get responses. So the next time you scroll the internet for cool stuff, do visit an online ceramic art gallery!

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Redefining The World Of Statues And Sculptures

2018-02-28 14:48:24
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Amazing world of Statues and Sculptures

Well, the greatest form of fine art, humankind could have ever known is unarguably the visual art of sculpting, be it statues and sculptures, carved wood, Greek statues and art sculptures. It is perhaps the most enduring one as well.  Sculpting is a key indicator of cultural attainments and it is believed to have greatly influenced the developments of the Renaissance art. 

Art sculptures and Roman Sculptures have been the principal form of driving force of European civilization.  It is still evolving even today, and is the leading method of expressing history. It can be safely presumed that sculptures are one of the  best forms of fine art !

The sculpture is that stream of visual arts that is three dimensional. Original sculpting used carving and modeling in metal or stone or even wood.  Modern sculpting, however, allows the use of a variety of materials. However, it is no rocket science that sculpture in stone survives for a much longer time than others.

Stone sculptures and roman sculptures are the best and earliest form of monumental sculptures.Wood carving is the oldest and perhaps the most continuous form of sculpting.  It is very suited for small works.  It is believed to be widely practiced during the prehistoric age.

Find exciting ways to decorate your garden with art sculptures!

So what can be an abstract sculpture?  Abstract sculpture is often defined as a sensual expression of mind and heart.It never promotes the accuracy as we see or feel in the real world.

There are two types of abstract sculpture:

Representational sculptures: They are a derivative of some object or existing forms.

Non-representational structures: These are completely derived from the artist's mind, pure imagination. 

Abstract sculptures are not made by people who are like you and me.  They are born out of human defiance and human error.  But they are subjected to judgment for creativity in front of humans like us. Sculptures that were keenly associated with fabrics too had their fair share of importance! Fabric art was often associated with the sculptors as both had common paradigm of working!

Ancient Greek Sculptures, especially the monumental ones were composed of bronze or marble.  Cast bronze was the most popular medium used in the majority of the works by the time the Greek civilization reached the late 5th Century. You could imagine the importance of sculptures by the fact that they were decorated with diamonds and rare form of handcrafted jewelry!

Roman sculptures in their earlier stage were very highly influenced by Greece.  From early on they started producing sculptures in reliefs, resulting in the magnificent Roman triumphal columns, which had a continuous series of reliefs.

A  number of books and novels have been published that have a great depth of information on the best monuments around the world!

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1."David" in Florence, Italy

If there was ever a marble sculpture that could come to embody and represent the entire artistic history of the Renaissance period, it would be the beautiful statue of David.

Carved completely out of marble, the historic sculptures was done by the Italian artist Michelangelo and was first displayed in the year 1504 in the public square outside the Palazzo Della Signoria.

Currently, it is housed in the Accademia di Belle Art di Firenze.

Did you know that it is carved completely out of just a single block of marble, which happens to be Carrara!

Here is a detailed insight to understand more on “David”

2.Statue of Liberty in New York, USA

Perhaps one of the most famous sculptures of the world, the Statue of Liberty stands on the Liberty Island in Manhattan. 

What most people do not know, is that this beautiful piece of art by the artist Frederic Auguste Bartholdi was originally a gift from France to the United States of America in the year 1886 to mark the one hundred year anniversary of the signing of the United States Declaration of Independence.

Lady Liberty holding a beacon of light has been considered the symbol of independence and welcome to all of those people who are coming to America from abroad for the first time.

A Good read on the Statue of Liberty!

3.The Great Sphinx of Ghizain, Egypt

Made completely out of limestone, this monolith represents the mythical creature with the head of a man, a pharaoh in all probabilities, and the body of a lion.

Historians suggest that like the ancient pyramids of Egypt, this famous sculpture took years and hundreds of men to be completed. 

In fact, there are legends of how cruelly the pharaohs used to make his people work tirelessly just to complete this iconic structure. 

4."The Thinker" in Paris, France

The famous sculptor, Auguste Rodin, admitted that he did the sculpture intentionally in nude because he was inspired by the Italian artist Michelangelo and wanted to create a historic figure that would combine the Renaissance spirit with intellect and poetry.

The famous sculpture is modeled after the famous Italian poet, Dante Aligheri and represents the poet as he is about to enter the last region of Hell through the Gates, as is represented in his celebrated work The Divine Comedy. 

Perhaps that is the reason why this historic statue is also called The Poet.

5.Bust of Nefertiti in Berlin, Germany

Currently housed at the Egyptian Museum of Berlin, the Bust of Nefertiti was originally found in Amarna, Egypt in the year 1912

Historians and archeologists, after much debate, have estimated that the iconic statue was created sometime around 1345 BC. 

It is a limestone sculpture of Queen Nefertiti, the wife of Pharaoh Akhenaten and one of the most powerful of the pharaohs herself. Today, she is globally recognized as one of the most renowned icons of beauty and power. 

6.“The Winged Victory of Samothrace” in Paris, France

One of the most beautifully haunting yet iconic statues to ever exist in the world, this stunning marble sculpture is considered by most art lovers and critics alike to be the best piece of art belonging to the Hellenistic period. 

The piece is said to have been sculpted around 200 to 190 BC but it wasn't until its discovery in the year 1862 that it saw the day of light. 

The statue depicts the Goddess Nike, in the throes of the passions of victory at winning the war. The beautifully spread wings as well as the intricately detailed drapes of her clothing add to the beauty of it.

7."Pluto and Persephone" in Rome, Italy

No list of the Greek statues from around the world or famous sculptors can ever be complete without the inclusion of Gian Lorenzo Bernini.

Completed in 1622, the marble sculpture titled "Pluto and Persephone" can be seen at the Borghese gallery.

Based on the Greek mythology, it depicts Pluto or Hades, the God of Underworld trying to capture Persephone or Proserpina, the goddess of spring and the daughter of Demeter, and trying to drag her into the Underworld with him.

8.“The Pieta” in Vatican City, Rome

This Renaissance marble sculpture was done by Michelangelo and was commissioned by the French Cardinal Jean de Bilheres for his own funeral. 

The sculpture shows the figure of Virgin Mary holding the body of Jesus Christ after it has been brought down from the crucifix, and lamenting over it.

The entire sculpture has been carved from just a single slab of marble, with absolutely no additions.

What is even more fascinating is that it is the only sculpture bearing Michelangelo's initials.

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What do you think about our list of famous sculptures and roman sculpture from around the world that redefined art? Love it, hate it? Are there any sculptures that you love and we forgot to add here? Do let us know!


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Exciting underwater statues and sculptures around the world

2018-02-28 16:09:26
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Underwater sculptures that will take your breath away

The amazing underwater sculptures!

Everyone, who loves the world of sculptures must be aware of the Yonaguni Monument. It was discovered in the late eighties when one local diver identified a mysterious looking human face carved to the sea rocks.. It is located at Ryuku Islands in Japan!

There is several such mysterious and awe-inspiring structures under water and the beauty that they reveal is indeed that leaves an indelible mark on your curious mind.  Sculptures are a fine art with a difference!

Underwater sculpting is an art pursued by few and the artwork produced by them takes your breath away.  It makes you think and rethink and creates an imaginative web of a world you would want to have a peek into.  When you see the underwater sculptures, with their biological growths, you simply have an out of the world experience.

There are  fine art , with immense literature decoding the subject of underwater sculptures!

Jason Decaires Taylor and Art Sculptures Beneath The Water

In 2006 Taylor began work on the world's first underwater sculpture park in Grenada, comprising 65 sculptures, each weighing about 6 metric tons and drilled into the seabed, covering 200 square miles.

Among his collective works Grace Reef depicts 16 female Grenadian figures lying flat on the ocean floor, The Lost Correspondent is one of those art sculptures of a man sitting at a table with a typewriter, and Vicissitudes, Taylor's most acclaimed work, is a haunting image of 26 children holding hands.

In 2009, Taylor was commissioned to create an even larger 500-piece underwater museum installation by the Cancun Underwater Museum (MUSA), on Isla Mujeres and Punta Nizuc, Mexico. The sculptures are life-size and attract 150,000 visitors each year.

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Ocean Atlas

Also by Taylor, the Ocean Atlas is a model of a Bahamian girl about 18 feet high and weighing 60 tons. Symbolizing the need for ocean conservation, this is absolutely the largest underwater sculpture in the world.

Check the exciting read of the Ocean Atlas in detail!

Installed on the western coastline of New Providence in Nassau, Bahamas, the sculpture was installed in pieces and like the rest of Taylor's work it is made up of marine grade cement that is great for forming artificial reefs for corals and other marine life forms.

The Guardian of the Reef

The statue of a mythological screature, half warrior and half seahorse, The Guardian of the Reef is a 13 foot tall bronze sculpture wearing Greco-Roman armor and carrying a circular shield and a staff. According to lore, planting a smooch on the warrior brings you good luck. 

Set on a 4 foot concrete pedestal and raises the statue to 17 feet of the seabed, it is a sight to behold off the island of Grand Cayman.

Here is an exciting good read about the Guardian of the reef for you!

To promote scuba diving tourism, The Guardian of the Reef was created by sculptor Simon Morris.  The Guardian is a bronze sculptor and is a limited edition of the four bronze sculptures singed by Simon.  The Guardian stands thirteen feet tall above the base that secures him to the sea bed. 

The first statue was placed on a reef in front of Light House Point in West bay Grand Cayman by Divetech on April 14th, 2015.

Amphitrite

Wife of Poseidon and the personification of the sea as a whole, Amphitrite is perhaps the best embodiment of the mystery that is the seas from out mythology. No surprises then that the 9 feet tall, 600 pound bronze sculpture by Simon Morris placed off the beach at Sunset House resort on Grand Cayman island has attracted thousands of divers since it was installed in 2000.

Christ of the Abyss

Cristo degli Abissi is an underwater statuette of Jesus, about 2.5 meters tall situated in the Mediterranean Sea resting on Italian Riviera. Moulded by Guido Galleti out of bronze, it is an art sculpture located near where pioneering Italian diver Dario Gonzatti died in 1947. Gonzatti was considered the foremost Italian to make use of the underwater SCUBA diving equipment.

The statue depicts Jesus with his arms spread, like the famous Christ The Redeemer in Brazil. The pose of benediction is perhaps what most attracts divers to the place, as homage to those who have lost their lives to the ocean and yet enthralled by its depths and its beauty.

The City in the Gulf of Khambhat

Previously known as Cambay, The Gulf of Khambhat was discovered to be the site of a huge submerged city off the western coast of India, 120 meters below sea level. It was discovered accidentally by oceanographers and was disputed for a long time before the site was investigated and definitely identified as man-made.

Marine archaeologists found construction material, pottery and human remains in the ancient complex, carbon dating of which revealed them to be 9500 years old, predating the earliest known Mesopotamian cities by as much as 5000 years.

Corresponding to the end of the Ice Age which ended some 9000 to 10000 years ago, the melting of the polar ice caps elevated the sea levels which probably also submerged the ancient city.

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Redefine Gardens With Statues and Sculptures

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Carved Wood and Roman Sculptures: The Journey of Statues

The way we live today, a garden or a patio might sound like a luxury.  Nature is where you can find comfort and peace.  However, if you’re fortunate enough to really have so sought after garden space, do beautify it.

Garden ornaments can actually compliment the beautiful flowers and fancy little trees and plants you grow so carefully in your lawn.  Garden Sculptures are not ancient.  They are very much a part of modern art and modern sculpting.

From abstract sculptures, bronze statuettes, roman sculptures and wood sculptures to stone sculptures, anything can facelift your garden. Garden sculptures can very pleasingly decorate your extended balconies and roof top garden too.

Here is an exciting blog that reveals the type of sculptures!

What are the advantages of gardening?

Wake up to blooming and sweet smelling flowers every morning!

Ambience that excites children to senior citizens!

Gardening is good for mind, body and soul.

Gardening is a pleasant way of giving back to nature!

You can come across several books and good reads that describe the way you should take care of your garden

Why use ornamentation for your garden?

Just like you meticulously pay attention to your accessories while constructing a red carpet look for your wardrobe, garden ornaments give your garden a structure and your home, a wholesome feeling.

Garden ornaments like bird feeders help in promoting the biodiversity in your garden and nurturing various unique habitats, many of which might not even been included in the canon of the species by the environmentalists.

If you are someone who cherishes nature photography, the garden ornaments would provide you with the framework in which to photograph the diverse species that have made your garden their favourite haunt. Who knows? You might even be catapulted to instant fame by your candid shots!

A good read about landscape gardening is a useful resource to understand the importance and necessity of using ornamentation in garden

Great

Here are some tips before you decide to install garden ornamentation:

Placement of ornamentation is crucial while installation. The garden ornaments should be placed in a manner so as to attract the attention of a guest or a passer-by.

Don't follow the gardening trends mentioned in the magazines blindly. If an ornament doesn't correspond with your individuality, it'll be better not to install it.

Simplicity is the keyword. If you have a small garden, it is preferable that you don't clutter it with excessive ornaments which will only make it look gaudy and artificial.

An amazing article that takes you on a journey of sculptures that redefined the art world!

Here's the name of certain gardening ornaments which you can use while setting up your garden -

Statues and sculptures, including gnomes and lawn jockeys

Wall art

Sundials

Bird feeders and baths

Fountains, reflecting pools and waterfalls

Garden furniture

Garden lighting

Statues and Sculptures-

 

Statues, like Roman Sculptures and Greek Statues have been used for decorative purposes in gardens for millenniums. The stature of the statues has developed from the ancient period, reaching its peak during the Renaissance to the modern art and contemporary wall sculptures, roman sculptures, wood sculpture, wood carvings and stone sculptures of the twentieth century.

Different materials that make garden sculptures more appealing:

Stone-Sandstone, York stone and granite can be used as they lend a color of clay, dark honey and a crystalline texture to the sculptures.

Concrete- If you are a traditionalist and want the same appearance as that of stone for your statues without excessive cost, concrete statues should be your go-to option.

Iron- Statues made of wrought iron can be painted to lend a glossy look or can be left to rust to create an antique look in your garden.

Bronze- The Egyptians employed bronze extensively to cast statues in the human form so who are we to doubt the mighty?

Copper- Copper lends the statues with a unique color and will immediately set your garden apart from the rest of the populace.

Ceramic- The blending of the rich colors in ceramic makes it a favorite of the modern artists for creating various garden ornaments

Glass- Those among you who love things that are light, bright and sparkling; glass sculptures would suit your garden just fine.

Wood Carving- Wood carving create a sheer delight to the eyes of the viewer. They are natural and pleasant! Often used in homes, but develop a wonderful look to the garden.

Outdoor

Tips for buying garden sculptures online or at a sale:

Size and material is crucial - While you buy garden statues online, check for the dimensions. If your garden is filled primarily with dainty flowers rather than gigantic trees, it'll be more suitable if you buy miniature sculptures and statues which would brilliantly complement the whole look of your garden.

Garden comes first - If you are someone with a bright personality and like a colorful garden, you must buy statues made of bronze or iron, while if you are someone who likes subdued textures and colors, go for the intricately carved stone sculptures and statues. You can also opt for art sculptures or abstract sculptures.

Customer reviews are your best friend - Sculptures are no doubt a long-term investment and you should meticulously go through the customer reviews if you don't want to end up with a crumbling mess after receiving the package that you ordered.

Wall art - Outdoor metal wall art Outdoor metal wall art has become the IT trend in gardening ornamentation in the recent years. Gardening should not only be limited to the ground and should also extend your self-expression to also the walls of your home. 

A variety of shapes, sizes and colours of metal wall art are available in the market nowadays. You could also bring alive your playful side by hanging bulbs along the wall and painting colourful birds around it or hanging a discarded guitar on a wall and planting a flower bed in its hole.

Subscribe to www.showflipper.com a great site that emphasizes on art works and art forms around the world. It is a massive platform for ShowTainers, who are the artists on ShowFlipper!

Browse through hundreds of art forms, like fine arts, abstract arts,jewelry, digital art and books! Feast on your choices and get the best rates for any art form! Why wait! Visit and subscribe today!


Carved Wood and Roman Sculptures: The Journey of Statues

The way we live today, a garden or a patio might sound like a luxury.  Nature is where you can find comfort and peace.  However, if you’re fortunate enough to really have so sought after garden space, do beautify it.

Garden ornaments can actually compliment the beautiful flowers and fancy little trees and plants you grow so carefully in your lawn.  Garden Sculptures are not ancient.  They are very much a part of modern art and modern sculpting.

From abstract sculptures, bronze statuettes, roman sculptures and wood sculptures to stone sculptures, anything can facelift your garden. Garden sculptures can very pleasingly decorate your extended balconies and roof top garden too.

Here is an exciting blog that reveals the type of sculptures!

What are the advantages of gardening?

Wake up to blooming and sweet smelling flowers every morning!

Ambience that excites children to senior citizens!

Gardening is good for mind, body and soul.

Gardening is a pleasant way of giving back to nature!

You can come across several books and good reads that describe the way you should take care of your garden

Why use ornamentation for your garden?

Just like you meticulously pay attention to your accessories while constructing a red carpet look for your wardrobe, garden ornaments give your garden a structure and your home, a wholesome feeling.

Garden ornaments like bird feeders help in promoting the biodiversity in your garden and nurturing various unique habitats, many of which might not even been included in the canon of the species by the environmentalists.

If you are someone who cherishes nature photography, the garden ornaments would provide you with the framework in which to photograph the diverse species that have made your garden their favourite haunt. Who knows? You might even be catapulted to instant fame by your candid shots!

A good read about landscape gardening is a useful resource to understand the importance and necessity of using ornamentation in garden

Great

Here are some tips before you decide to install garden ornamentation:

Placement of ornamentation is crucial while installation. The garden ornaments should be placed in a manner so as to attract the attention of a guest or a passer-by.

Don't follow the gardening trends mentioned in the magazines blindly. If an ornament doesn't correspond with your individuality, it'll be better not to install it.

Simplicity is the keyword. If you have a small garden, it is preferable that you don't clutter it with excessive ornaments which will only make it look gaudy and artificial.

An amazing article that takes you on a journey of sculptures that redefined the art world!

Here's the name of certain gardening ornaments which you can use while setting up your garden -

Statues and sculptures, including gnomes and lawn jockeys

Wall art

Sundials

Bird feeders and baths

Fountains, reflecting pools and waterfalls

Garden furniture

Garden lighting

Statues and Sculptures-

 

Statues, like Roman Sculptures and Greek Statues have been used for decorative purposes in gardens for millenniums. The stature of the statues has developed from the ancient period, reaching its peak during the Renaissance to the modern art and contemporary wall sculptures, roman sculptures, wood sculpture, wood carvings and stone sculptures of the twentieth century.

Different materials that make garden sculptures more appealing:

Stone-Sandstone, York stone and granite can be used as they lend a color of clay, dark honey and a crystalline texture to the sculptures.

Concrete- If you are a traditionalist and want the same appearance as that of stone for your statues without excessive cost, concrete statues should be your go-to option.

Iron- Statues made of wrought iron can be painted to lend a glossy look or can be left to rust to create an antique look in your garden.

Bronze- The Egyptians employed bronze extensively to cast statues in the human form so who are we to doubt the mighty?

Copper- Copper lends the statues with a unique color and will immediately set your garden apart from the rest of the populace.

Ceramic- The blending of the rich colors in ceramic makes it a favorite of the modern artists for creating various garden ornaments

Glass- Those among you who love things that are light, bright and sparkling; glass sculptures would suit your garden just fine.

Wood Carving- Wood carving create a sheer delight to the eyes of the viewer. They are natural and pleasant! Often used in homes, but develop a wonderful look to the garden.

Outdoor

Tips for buying garden sculptures online or at a sale:

Size and material is crucial - While you buy garden statues online, check for the dimensions. If your garden is filled primarily with dainty flowers rather than gigantic trees, it'll be more suitable if you buy miniature sculptures and statues which would brilliantly complement the whole look of your garden.

Garden comes first - If you are someone with a bright personality and like a colorful garden, you must buy statues made of bronze or iron, while if you are someone who likes subdued textures and colors, go for the intricately carved stone sculptures and statues. You can also opt for art sculptures or abstract sculptures.

Customer reviews are your best friend - Sculptures are no doubt a long-term investment and you should meticulously go through the customer reviews if you don't want to end up with a crumbling mess after receiving the package that you ordered.

Wall art - Outdoor metal wall art Outdoor metal wall art has become the IT trend in gardening ornamentation in the recent years. Gardening should not only be limited to the ground and should also extend your self-expression to also the walls of your home.

 A variety of shapes, sizes and colours of metal wall art are available in the market nowadays. You could also bring alive your playful side by hanging bulbs along the wall and painting colourful birds around it or hanging a discarded guitar on a wall and planting a flower bed in its hole.

Subscribe to www.showflipper.com a great site that emphasizes on art works and art forms around the world. It is a massive platform for ShowTainers, who are the artists on ShowFlipper!

Browse through hundreds of art forms, like fine arts, abstract arts, jewelry, digital art and books! Feast on your choices and get the best rates for any art form! Why wait! Visit and subscribe today!

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