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Myung Keun Koh, Body House 4, 2005, photography on film, h: 43.2 x w: 34.3 x d: 10.2 cm

Myung Keun Koh, Body House 4, 2005, photography on film, h: 43.2 x w: 34.3 x d: 10.2 cm

Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk created this stunning 6-foot tall sculpture called Rain using fiberglass and metal. A huge raindrop stands suspended on the figure’s face as he looks up toward the sky - making one wonder if he is being overtaken by nature or is reveling in its power and beauty.

Giant Raindrop Rests on Sculpture's Face

Ukrainian artist Nazar Bilyk created this stunning 6-foot tall sculpture called Rain using fiberglass and metal. A huge raindrop stands suspended on the figure’s face as he looks up toward the sky - making one wonder if he is being overtaken by nature or is reveling in its power and beauty.

Anna Mlasowsky | Drift (detail), 2012 | tempered glass, fiberglass, epoxy resin

Anna Mlasowsky | Drift (detail), 2012 | tempered glass, fiberglass, epoxy resin

Amy Brener makes her sculptures by hand, using the most pedestrian of materials: concrete, resin, and pigment. She builds a wooden form-work to give each piece its shape, then pours dozens of layers of lavender and orange-tinted resin into the frame. As the resin layers cure, Brener embeds found objects--like mirrors--into the mold.

Shimmering Crystal Totems From An Unknown Future

Amy Brener makes her sculptures by hand, using the most pedestrian of materials: concrete, resin, and pigment. She builds a wooden form-work to give each piece its shape, then pours dozens of layers of lavender and orange-tinted resin into the frame. As the resin layers cure, Brener embeds found objects--like mirrors--into the mold.

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