Remember those beautiful pebble paths we wrote about recently? It turns out that they're just as beautiful if you build them at a 90-degree angle. Andreas Kunert and Naomi Zettl, a married artist duo based in Vancouver, create beautiful flowing wall installations out of rocks, pebbles, and other decorative elements.
Sometimes when we look at great works of art, the heart feels a pang of regret at the thought that we do not just possess the talent to create such works ourselves and that given the mundane nature of our lives, we have to work for a living. This means that even if we possess a modicum of talent and some skills, we have to put it on the backburner to do the more routine things of life. But the thing is that all art need not be big, grandiose or too involved. It can be the small things that…
LOCAL PICKUP ONLY! Measurements: 12" long, 12" wide, 2.5" thick. Handemade by Mark Tucker. My works are Objet Trouve' Assemblages. Which are defined as: Natural objects not originally intended as art, found and considered to have aesthetic value. So that is a fancy way to say I collect stones and occasionally bones, shells and wood to create my natural earth born art.
Italian designer Giuseppe Randazzo of Novastructura created a series of generative digital “sculptures” that depicted carefully organized pebbles and rocks on a flat plane. Titled Stone Fields, the works were inspired in part by similar land art pieces by English sculptor Richard Long. The textured works are a testament to Randazzo’s C++ programming skills used to create a custom application in 2009 that rendered 3D files based on a number of parameters. More