DIY wire Cactuses for home.

This week on TheNiceNiche.com, SPRING (finally!)—captured in gorgeous plastic casts— Rachel Dein of Tactile Studio Rachel Dein's method of plaster casting captures flowers and foliage in a unique and delicate way. She creates her original casts by making an impression in wet clay and then pouring plaster directly over it. The clay captures the most intricate details, subtly accenting the plaster as it sets... >>read more>> #art #flowers #london

Rachel Dein, Tactile Studio

this is soo cool. making imprints in clay and plaster casts Rachel Dein, Tactile Studio — The Nice Niche

Paper sculptures by Papier à êtres

Architectural Digest recognizes more than 60 up-and-coming artisans -- sculptors, furniture makers, embroiderers and more.

ceramic art- how fun would it be to have a class design one tile per student to form one large installment?

Artist: Chris Gryder: Ceramic Tiles > Soft and True Autumn. Knowing our Season on the inside and expressing it beyond our own borders on the outside. This would be so lovely in any room, like a quilt made of sand and stone.

William Forsythe: Scattered Crowds (2012). Thousands of white balloons are suspended in the air, accompanied by a wash of music, emphasising “the air-borne landscape of relationships, distance, of humans and emptiness, of coalescence and decision”.

William Forsythe Scattered Crowds 2012 thousands of white balloons are suspended in the air accompanied by a wash of music “the air-borne landscape of relationships, distance, of humans and emptiness, of coalescence and decision”

Alejandro Sales

Fiber Bubbles by Alejandro Sales, Barcelona, Spain. Here the bubbles are to capture and use the light as a enhancer vs. to hold the actual light, as so often with pendant lights. Here they are more akin to the crystals on a chandelier.

Clay Wall Sculptures by Angela Schwer, via Etsy.

Set of 4 Wall Sculpture Tiles of Your Choice

Clay Tiles by DillyPad

ceramist, Pamela Sunday. Her ceramics are inspired by the microscopic shapes found in nature.

Pamela Sunday, ceramics inspired by the microscopic shapes found in nature.

Su Blackwell, "While you were sleeping," 2004; paper art. I couldn't love this more, it's just magical.

Su Blackwell’s paper dress installation, While You Were Sleeping (it makes me think of the end of Tim Burton's "Corpse Bride")

Ken Unsworth

Funny pictures about Ken Unsworth Art. Oh, and cool pics about Ken Unsworth Art. Also, Ken Unsworth Art photos.

wall pods by Alice Ballard - in the making at her Greenville, SC studio // saved because of the color - sometimes it looks strange on the work bench, but when its hung on the wall it is phenomenal.

Alice Ballard's Greenville, SC studio

wall pods by Alice Ballard - in the making at her Greenville, SC studio // saved because of the color - sometimes it looks strange on the work bench, but when its hung on the wall it is phenomenal.

June 10 full length by GungFace ...an enormous 15 metre tall baobab tree sculpture in Southbank, as part of the Festival of the World exhibition. Each ring is made by people and material from around the globe. I read up a little on its history - the baobab tree is the oldest living specimen in Africa, a symbol for meditation and community.

15 metre tall baobab tree sculpture in Southbank, London as part of the Festival of the World exhibition. Each ring is made by people and material from around the globe. The baobab tree is the oldest living tree in Africa, a symbol for meditation and comm

Xawery Wolski

Airy objects that could have some movement with air currents/people passing. per the photo: Xawery Wolski

cloud house

Dietrich Wegner: "Playhouse" “A twenty-foot-tall tree house posing as an atomic mushroom cloud” to show contradictions between “two conflicting ideas”.

Lisa Pedolsky

Lisa Pedolsky - ok, not jewellery but very beautiful bead inspiration.

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