A bronze sculpture by artist Matteo Pugliese called "La Promessa" ("The Promise").  A fascinating contemporary artist who uses a classically-influenced figural style in a new and interesting way--the walls themselves become part of the work and influence the way in which we interpret his figures.  How do you interpret this one?

Milan, Italy artist Matteo Pugliese

A bronze sculpture by artist Matteo Pugliese called "La Promessa" ("The Promise"). A fascinating contemporary artist who uses a classically-influenced figural style in a new and interesting way

Salvador Dali

It's Dalí. It's Skulls. It's too much awesome in one photo! "Women forming a skull entitled In Voluptas Mors, photograph by Philippe Halsman (in collaboration with Salvador Dalí), - Wikipedia .What fun!

Hollow by Motohiko Odani Odani Motohiko is a well known contemporary Japanese sculptor whose lighter-than-air imaginative works leave the viewer breathless

Hollow by Motohiko Odani Odani Motohiko is a well known contemporary Japanese sculptor whose lighter-than-air imaginative works leave the viewer breathless ❤ ℒℴvℯly

Not that my little clay faces look like this, but a good reminder that my collections of faces could benefit from the expressive use of sculpted hands as well. Rostro de mujer maquillada, Marc Sijan

Not that my little clay faces look like this, but a good reminder that my collections of faces could benefit from the expressive use of sculpted hands as well. Rostro de mujer maquillada, Marc Sijan More

They're very weird. And VERY wonderful. | 25 Stunning Sculptures Made From Recycled Toys

This is weird and I like it "Dollface: Bizarre Portraits Made from Repurposed Toy Parts" by Freya Jobbins toys sculpture assemblage anatomy

Extraordinary sculptures by Saúl Hernández (from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico). The “208 OSEOsidades” is a collection of 21 bronze sculptures of 21 centimeters in height. He uses the most common representation of death which is the human skeleton in a 1:8 scale replica of a real skeleton...

Extraordinary sculptures by Saúl Hernández (from Guadalajara, Jalisco, Mexico). The OSEOsidades” is a collection of 21 bronze sculptures of 21 centimeters in height. He uses the most common representation of death which is the human skeleton

Damien Mammoliti - Portrait of a Dead Man

Portrait Of A Dead Man, Damien Mammoliti. ~art provocateur~ Portrait Of A Dead Man, Damien Mammoliti

Feather Child 4, Lucy Glendinning

Lucy Glendinning's Feather Child Wax and feather (duck and quail).

ralph gibson

ralph gibson reminds me of my Nana ( after having both knees replaced) throwing her cane thru the door, before she entered a room, making the statement clear: ''I can walk just fine'' she outlived her knees. I admired her so much!

skull

red-lipstick: “ Federico Carbajal (b. Mexico) - Craneo, 2009 Sculpture: Galvanized Wire, Wire Mesh and Stainless Steel ”

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