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Florida-based sculptor Rick Eggert produces glass works that are often displayed as groups, each individual sculpture adding to a collective warm or cool gradient.

Florida-based sculptor Rick Eggert produces glass works that are often displayed as groups, each individual sculpture adding to a collective warm or cool gradient. Classified on his website as "Waves," "Flames," and "Dew Drops," the glass-blown pieces all seem to gravitate toward natural elements, s

London-based artist Rowan Mersh assembles dense rolling surfaces comprised of thousands of seashells, tiny solid objects that now appear like fluid waves. Mimicking the natural geometric patterns found in life, the artist uses responsibly sourced shells like windowpane oyster discs or duplicata

Florida-based sculptor Rick Eggert produces glass works that are often displayed as groups, each individual sculpture adding to a collective warm or cool gradient. Classified on his website as "Waves," "Flames," and "Dew Drops," the glass-blown pieces all seem to gravitate toward natural elements, s

Des textures ondulantes de mini coquillages

L’artiste installé à Londres Rowan Mersh utilise des milliers de petits coquillages qu’il assemble délicatement un par un pour créer des surfaces qui ont l’air naturelles de textures ondulantes.

Florida-based sculptor Rick Eggert produces glass works that are often displayed as groups, each individual sculpture adding to a collective warm or cool gradient.

London-based artist Rowan Mersh assembles dense rolling surfaces comprised of thousands of seashells, tiny solid objects that now appear like fluid waves. Mimicking the natural geometric patterns found in life, the artist uses responsibly sourced shells like windowpane oyster discs or duplicata

Undulating Shell Sculptures by Rowan Mersh

Undulating Shell Sculptures on Arts in the News | Turritella Duplicata II, Turritella duplicata shells. London-based artist Rowan Mersh assembles dense…

Florida-based sculptor Rick Eggert produces glass works that are often displayed as groups, each individual sculpture adding to a collective warm or cool gradient. Classified on his website as "Waves," "Flames," and "Dew Drops," the glass-blown pieces all seem to gravitate toward natural elements, s