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paper cone cave - I love this for some crazy concept, somewhere, sometime  - not sure what, but I love it!  :)

paper cone cave - I love this for some crazy concept, somewhere, sometime - not sure what, but I love it! :)

The Jealous Curator » Blog Archive » i’m jealous of lisa rodden   "Whoa. I am in complete awe of Australian artist Lisa Rodden. I would never ever ever be able to create work with such insane precision {especially those last two geometric pieces!!!}. And so, on this fine Monday morning, I must reiterate… whoa."

The Jealous Curator » Blog Archive » i’m jealous of lisa rodden "Whoa. I am in complete awe of Australian artist Lisa Rodden. I would never ever ever be able to create work with such insane precision {especially those last two geometric pieces!!!}. And so, on this fine Monday morning, I must reiterate… whoa."

Body of Constructs  The sculptural works of James Roper are assembled in a way that they almost look like exploding micro-organisms, frozen ...

Body of Constructs The sculptural works of James Roper are assembled in a way that they almost look like exploding micro-organisms, frozen ...

installation - could put different shapes within transparencies, would have to look from one angle.

Nobuhiro Nakanishi

installation - could put different shapes within transparencies, would have to look from one angle.

adam frezza & terri chiao - The Jealous Curator lesson- paper mâché sculptures, abstract, color, pattern, form

adam frezza & terri chiao - The Jealous Curator lesson- paper mâché sculptures, abstract, color, pattern, form

Giant Fish Sculptures Made from Discarded Plastic Bottles in Rio. So many reasons I need to go to Rio.

Giant Fish Sculptures Made from Discarded Plastic Bottles in Rio. So many reasons I need to go to Rio.

Fifth-graders Meredith Connor and Annabel Huber admire “Arboretum,” created by Waynflete School eighth-graders and hanging in the school’s Art Gallery.

Fifth-graders Meredith Connor and Annabel Huber admire “Arboretum,” created by Waynflete School eighth-graders and hanging in the school’s Art Gallery.

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