You have seen much smoke artwork by different artists. But this time in my recent post you find an incredible artist’ artwork in smoke art field. That is Mehmet Ozgur. Mehmet Ozgur holds BS, MS and PhD degrees, all in electrical engineering, in 1994, 1996, and 2000, respectively. He specializes in RF and microwave applications in MEMS and Nanotechnology. Dr. Ozgur is a serious hobbyist since early 90s. He has extensive analog and digital photography experience. The techniques exhibited in his portfolio have evolved in last 20 years from analog darkroom to digital darkroom. He has won several international photography awards.
Sand art and sand sculptures are as common and popular as sea in the universe. We have seen sand art almost each blog but cannot find some newest sculptures. But I try my best to collect some latest images of sand sculptures for your pretty interest. Sand art and sand sculptures’ exhibits are believed to be the most recent trends in the art industry worldwide. Artists have often gathered on beaches to create sand castles, popular figures and even shown topical event through these temporary art forms.So many sand sculpture festivals are held every year across the world. The festival, called “Magical Moments Festival of Disneyland”, is the biggest sand sculptures festival worldwide.Sea waves can make any structure made of sands on the shore even, but sand artists still take time out to create some of the amazing structures one can ever come across.Check out below some of the most spectacular pictures of sand sculptures from around the world.
Karl Bang is renowned as “The Master Of Modern Eclecticism”. In the work of Karl Bang can see the combination of the two opposing traditions the Chinese art culture and the expressive, emotional, European style. International fusion of styles and earned him the title “master of modern eclecticism.” Currently, his work is represented Richardsonskoy Gallery of Fine Art.Bang, Karl (Karl Bang) was born in Bong Ka in Shanghai in 1935. In 1984, the artist and his family emigrated to the United States, where he devoted himself to his passion – the beautiful image of the goddesses, and the ideals of feminine beauty of different races and cultures.
Silk ribbon which is an oldest thing uses for fashion. Silk-ribbon embroidery is a romantic, old art that uses ribbon, embroidery floss, and perle cotton to work beautiful floral motifs and decorative stitch patterns by hand on garments and accessories. I love the antique quality of this form of embroidery, and I use it to embellish crazy-quilted bags and purses, as well as contemporary garments cut from a single fabric. Silk-ribbon embroidery is easy and fun to do, and even a novice embroiderer can create elegant floral arrangements and beautiful patterns with some simple stitches.Woven trims, jacquard ribbons, and embroidered trims. These make an elegant finish to a number of project, whether it be home decorating or craft projects, finishing clothing or trimming a gift. These high quality woven and embroidered trims make that statement and add the perfect finishing touch.
Most carving are made on old books (I kindly like those old fashioned feel), and some carving made on magazines which has high-quality paper and vivid color. What Georgia-based artist Brian Dettmer does to books would make any bibliophile or librarian cringe: he cuts and sculpts books into spectacular pieces of art. Using precise surgical tools and a dearth of outdated books, Dettmer makes ordinary volumes explode with images and words. His work takes the ideas and pictures has always been in books, both literally and figuratively, and puts them outside in beautiful stratigraphy.But if that’s too heady for your tastes, simply enjoy the completely awesome works this artist has to offer.