Hidden Paintings Revealed with Each Turn of an Anamorphic Glass Sculpture by Thomas Medicus
3 years ago - By Colossal
In his latest project “ What It Is Like To Be ,” artist Thomas Medicus employs his illusory style to create an anamorphic glass sculpture that changes with every 90 degree turn. The cubic piece is comprised of 144 glass strips that are arranged to depict four distinct images-clothes strung up on a line, bats clinging to a branch as they hang upside down, a diverse patch of mushrooms, and three figures who are caught in the rain. Each glass portion is handpainted separately with acrylic before being mounted in a concrete socle that sits inside a wooden bowl and stretches about 30...
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Glass Sculpture, Glass Tray, Glass Art, Contemporary Art, “WAVES OF RED, BLACK, AND GRAY” by Florida Contemporary Artist Mary Ann Ziegler
3 years ago - By Daily Painters Abstract
9.5"x9.5"x1/8 " Glass Tray/Scuplture /Available
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