This article is about differentiating two classed of clay, polymer and newclay. I think this article is helpful because my opinion comes from experience. I have worked with both types to produce cartoon sculptures. To...
I am completely hooked on Maori symbol necklaces. These pendants are commonly carved from bone and jade (greenstone or pounamu) sometimes attached to their cords with authentic, traditional bindings.(As on the photo to...
Here is a lovely vintage Polynesian-Hawaiian young girl head bust from the 1960s by an artist in Hawaii. She is a beauty with long black hair adorned with two pretty soft red hibiscus flowers along one side of her head.
Angels are a topic of interest that never seems to dim, and in this article I explore some of the angelic statues set in a variety of settings.
Want to try your hand at sculpting? Polymer clay is a great medium for starting out, it doesn't dry out while you work with it and can be easily hardened in a home oven.
The Fourth Plinth hosts a new, temporary piece of sculpture every 12 to 18 months. Each time a new one is unveiled, Londoners enjoy discussing its merits and tourists like to add their opinions too.
Here's one of my favorite sculptures that I saw while I was in Greece. It's from the Hellenistic period, after the heyday of classical Greece, but there's something about that face that I love.
A guide to modern sculpture. This article looks at Rodin, Brancusi and other world sculptors up to present day Ai Weiwei.
The red poppy sculpture is symbolic of all those soldiers who died in WW1 and is a hugely popular work of art that has gripped the British people.
Mahatma Gandhi is recognised as a symbol of non-violence. Various countries remember him & believe that his ideals can help in establishing world peace. Many countries have raised statues as a tribute.