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Sculptures, Artwork & Wall Sculptures

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Sculptures

Fine Art Ceramic Sculptures:

Here you can get information about how I make my fine art ceramic sculptures and where I get my inspiration from.

 

You can also find info about how my sculptures are packed, how many times they are burned, about what glaze I use and much more.

I only make one of each sculpture.

 

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Artwork

Artwork - Fine art photo print:

Find more info about how I design my photo artwork, the programs that I work in and the many images, layers and filters that I use. What I print on etc.

You can also find info about how my artwork is packed for safe shipping. You can also learn about how to clean the artwork and much more.

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Wall Sculptures

Wall Sculptures - Fine art photography:

The art is being cut out by a laser cutter into many pieces. After this progress the art pieces are put together again on top of each other with a bit of air in between.

Here you can find info about this challenging process and how I make everything fit together. You can also find cleaning, shipping, material info etc.

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Sculptures:

Info - Ceramic Sculptures:

Have I told you that my sculptures are unique. I only make one of each. Why only one? Simply because it is more fun for me to create - knowing that what I'm making is unique. I have so many ideas and I love the process in designing new things.

Working in clay is wonderful and the options are many. It is so different from what I normally do as the material is so alive. It gives me peace in my mind as the process is very spiritual for me. I always draw small sketches of how I want my sculptures to look, but I never really know what the outcome will be or how my ceramic sculptures will look, it never really turns out as planned, as my hands always goes in another direction... Everything is possible and that is what I love about working in clay.

 

I get my inspiration from my daily life, everything inspireres me BUT specially beautiful and positive things are elements that I use in my ceramic art. I love to send love and positive energy out to the world. What you give - you will get back tenfold.

I build my ceramic sculptures with my bare hands piece by piece - and yes it is a very slowly process but I love it. It makes sense to me as I can control the whole sculpture and it's structure. The skeleton inside the sculpture needs to be strong and stable for my sculptures to last and they will last nearly for ever - as I build them very solid. When my ceramic sculptures are burned they are nearly as solid as a stone. 

My sculptures are burned 2 times. In the second burning I have added the glaze. Please see under each sculpture what glaze type that I have used. I also experiment with the glaze and try new things.

I use a stoneware clay with chamotte (containing iron sand) this clay is called 1153. The iron in the clay gives more life to my sculptures and the clay is wonderful to work with.

For shipping I pack my ceramic sculptures in wooden boxes. Inside the boxes I have wood shavings for protecting the sculptures. 

I use recycled wood I like to think that all the material that I use when making my sculptures are given to me by mother nature. All my sculptures are signed and dated inside or on the back of the sculpture.

Artwork

info - Artwork - fine art photography print:

My art is being created electronically on the computer and by drawing by hand both digital and on paper. I love experimenting with web filters, different patterns and colours. From a distance my ART looks like a photo - but if you look closer it’s more like a painting - you can say that it is a mix of both. 

 

Behind every artwork lies a story to be told! It has taken years to arrive at where I am now, and it’s still a lot of fun!

I absolutely love what I do and I am so grateful that The Universe has been so kind to me. Thank you.

I work on a Mac in Photoshop and on other digital platforms. Here I draw on the images and work with special effects. I also draw on paper and scan my illustrations so that they can be included in my art. I create my artwork in layers (sometimes up to 600 layers or more), this takes a lot of time - but my time is well spend as the finishing result is so cool and it gives the viewer a 3D type of effect making the images pop out of the painting and making them look alive. I love taking photos and I always have my camera with me.

Material: 

I print my fine art photographic artwork under Acrylic Glass also called museum print, the outcome is a beautiful exclusive flat fine art photography print.

 

Ready to hang:

My artwork is ready to hang.

Frame:

The artwork can be framed in exclusive hand made wooden art frames (brown, black, natural or white) or aluminium or standard frames. But since framing is very individual from person to person, I will recommend that you do the framing in a local glazier framing shop near you. This way you can choose a perfect frame that will fit the style in your home. 

 

Custom-size:

It is possible to custom-size a specific artwork so that it will fit your wall - please contact me on e-mail.

Packaging:

The artwork is packed in wooden secured boxes.

Worldwide delivery:

International insured shipping directly to your home. 

Limited editions: 

Every artwork is unique and part of my limited editions. I only makes from 5 up to 20 pcs. of each artwork worldwide. A few special editions of 100 are also being printed for promotion sale onlyThe artwork is available in different sizes but the edition number is the same no matter the size of the given artwork. A signed art certificate comes with each artwork. 

How to clean the artwork:

Use a soft cloth to clean the artwork. Do not use any liquid containing ethanol.

 

Wall Sculptures:

Info - Wall Sculptures - fine art photography cut out in pieces...

My Wall sculptures:

My art is being created electronically on the computer and by drawing by hand both digital and on paper. I love experimenting with web filters, different patterns and colours. From a distance my ART looks like a photo - but if you look closer it’s more like a painting,

 

Behind every artwork lies a story to be told! It has taken years to arrive at where I am now, and it’s still a lot of fun!

I absolutely love what I do and I am so grateful that The Universe has been so kind to me. Thank you.

I work on a Mac in both Photoshop, Illustrator, IN-Design and on other digital platforms. Here I draw on the images and work with special effects. I also draw on paper and scan my illustrations so that they can be included in my art. I create my artwork in layers (sometimes up to 600 layers or more), this takes a lot of time - but my time is well spend as the finishing result is so cool and it gives the viewer a 3D type of effect making the images pop out of the painting and making them look alive. I love taking photos and I always have my camera with me.

Material: 

When I create my acrylic wall sculptures I print on the back of Acrylic Glass. I then cut out the images in physical acrylic plates and put them on top of each other with a little bit of air between - this gives the artwork beautiful natural shadows.

My acrylic wall art sculptures are very different from my other artwork. It can not be compared as one is a beautiful wall sculpture with real air between the layers and the other is a beautiful flat fine art photography print.

Ready to hang:

My wall art sculptures are ready to hang.

 

Packaging:

The wall sculptures are safely packed in wooden secured boxes.

Worldwide delivery:

International insured shipping directly to your home. 

Limited editions: 

Every wall sculpture is unique and part of my limited editions. I only makes up to 20 pcs. of each wall sculpture worldwide. The wall sculptures are only available in one size. A signed art certificate comes with each wall sculpture. 

How to clean the wall sculptures:

Use a soft dry cloth to clean the artwork. Do not use any liquid containing ethanol.