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Sculptor drops a clanger by turning rare comics into papier mache

A new sculpture by Andrew Vickers has helped him carve out a name for himself, although it is not likely in the manner that he expected. Vickers created a statue for a Heroes exhibit that was made completely out of papier mache. The papier mache was created from old comics that he found in a skip, however, it turned out that some of the comics

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Unique property up for auction, no bedrooms and occasionally noisy

Unique property up for auction, no bedrooms and occasionally noisy

An enormous sculpture that sings by Luke Jerram, the internationally renowned artist, has gone up for auction carrying a starting bid of only £1.

Organisations, businesses and individuals from across the globe have been invited to make a bid for Aelolus, the acoustic wind pavilion specially created by Jerram.

The sculpture was originally commissioned

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Gorilla shows his artistic side in Paignton Zoo birthday celebrations

A 9 year old lowland gorilla called N’Dowe, who lives at Paignton Zoo, has shown his artistic side by painting a sculpture of a gorilla. This is part of a year long art project that was created to both celebrate the 90th birthday of the Devon zoo as well as to highlight the plight of gorillas in the wild.

In total, more than 20 of

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Ula Dajerling takes her ‘Dark Materialism’ to the Plymouth Arts Centre

Ula Dajerling takes her ‘Dark Materialism’ to the Plymouth Arts Centre

Ula Dajerling, the London artist, is taking several different approaches while she explores how to exactly create ‘formless art’ at the Plymouth Arts Centre as part of her first solo exhibition that will run from January 26th to March 28th and is titled Dark Materialism.

Dajerling has been able to work at Plymouth’s

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Chisel & Mouse mark Underground’s birthday in unique way

Chisel & Mouse mark Underground’s birthday in unique way

The world famous London Underground will be celebrating its 150th anniversary next year, and to commemorate this remarkable milestone, Chisel & Mouse have produced a limited edition series consisting of architecturally correct models of the most iconic stations.

They have painstakingly created a ‘classic’ station model from each of three distinct architectural periods of the

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Mark Humphrey holds first solo show at London’s Osborne Samuel Gallery

Beauty, they say, is in the eye of the beholder, and the same must be true of art as a concept. Whether painting, sculpture, music, architecture or any other form of artistic expression, when it comes to audience reaction, there are almost always some who applaud and some who hiss. A case in point is Mark Humphrey’s first solo show, titled Art in Life, at

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UK sculptor behind new wind powered sculpture

The combination of axial ball bearings and needle rollers allow for kinetic sculptures to be slowly moved without too much friction involved in the scenario. The ball bearings were created by Schaeffler and play a top role in creating a quiet sculpture that is powered by wind. David Watkinson, the UK sculptor, is behind the project who has been a sculptor for the past 18

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New way of creating art with kids in the Love Your Yard project

The Love Your Yard project will see a sculptor from Wearside create a new piece of art that school children get to place the finishing touches onto. As part the new project, concrete sculptures are being created that will be placed on the Farringdon Community Sports College grounds.

Among the pieces is a wooden bench that will be painted white so that the pupils can

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Huge bamboo sculpture has a new home

People power was the force that helped create a large sculpture that stretches for miles. The structure is made out of bamboo and is set to be the marker for a memorial to extinct species.

It was moved to the Bowers Quarry on Portland from its previous location sitting at the Royal Manor Arts College. It took around 100 volunteers to move the sculpture that

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This years sculpture trail starts at Hanbury’s Jinney Ring

Pigs, cows, sheep, and ducks are all going to be in the Jinney Ring in Hanbury as the craft centre gets ready for the seventh yearly sculpture trail. Life sized animal sculptures are just one of the seventy pieces of art that will be displayed from 25th August until 23rd September.

The sculpture trail will be placed around ponds and gardens and will be a

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