Inspired “from animal physiology and a love of the fantastic,” born in Markham Ontario, Canda-based sculptor Ellen Jewett creates otherworldly animals sculptures with only fingers and a paint brush. These detailed and delicate clay sculptures are all handmade and no using any toxic materials, “I abstain from all materials; clay, paints, glazes, finishes and mediums, that have known toxic properties…. and has sent me on a journey of unique material combination and invention.” Ellen says.
Fantastic chalk drawing art on chalkboards
Surreal storybook illustrations by artist Jin Xingye
Art of repairing broken wood furniture with translucent acrylic
3D sculptures made out of PVC pipes
A new level of artistic combining of sculpture and fountain by Polish sculptor
Turn 3D into 2D
Illustrator created drawings focusing on mental illness and disorders for Inktober
Sand sculptures by Japanese sand artist Toshihiko Hosaka
Hyperrealistic oil paintings of feminine portraits
Captivating mirror installation
Miniature paper sculptures in bottles
Photo-realistic underwater paintings by Reisha Perlmutter
Gravity-defying coin stacking art that you won't believe
Aesthetic horse sculptures created out of driftwood by James Doran-Webb
An unusually interactive installation that invites visitors to feel on 100,000 miniature porcelain s...