Gehard Demetz

Sculptor Gehard Demetz is back with new works from 2010 (and some from the later half of 2009). Demetz was featured previously on EK (check out the past post of Demetz here), and now we bring him back for more.

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Alex Fischer

Alex Fischer is an artist based out of Toronto, Canada. Fischer’s body of work is pretty diverse in terms of medium that he uses to create his pieces. From mixed media sculptural works to acrylic on canvas pieces, Fischer currently is using digital collage work to create his new body of work.

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Ronit Baranga

Working out of her studio based in Zichron Yaakov, Israel, Ronit Baranga is a sculptor who originally studied Psychology and Hebrew Literature, who then found her true calling in the arts.

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Dominic Wilcox

Based out of London, UK, artist Dominic Wilcox creates sculptural and installation pieces that out of everyday objects that interacts with environments, buildings, and the people who inhabits the space.

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Bumble Bee Loves You

African Killer Bees are definitely something to fear, but not so much with Bumble bees. I first took notice to LA-based artist Bumble Bee’s work when he began transforming abandoned and out-of-service telephone booths into makeshift beehives for some very industrious Bumble Bees.

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Mike Rivamonte

Artist Mike Rivamonte carefully and thoughtfully assembles his sculptures out of “antique, vintage and handmade materials collected from the United States, Canada, and Europe.” Subsequently, some of the found items are well over 100 years old. What’s cooler? Some are rigged to light up as well.

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Fred Eerdekens

Artist Fred Eerdekens originally hails from Belgium. Eerdekens creates some interesting sculptural and installation pieces where at first glance look like stand-alone works of art, yet hit it with a specific directional light source, and then BADA-BADA-BLAAAW! Magic!

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Pierre Matter

Give artist Pierre Matter a generous supply of copper, bronze, brass, steel, stainless steel, and Matter will create some intriguing sculptural pieces held together with some rivets, screws, and a couple of blasts from a welder.

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