We are surrounded by beauty, in this world. Some are natural and some are man-made and when we come to the topic of discussing man-made beauty, Sculpture comes to the first. From many years, wooden sculpture has occupied a great position in the world of Sculpture. Let’s see which sculptures have filled the top 10 position among the all.
Seat is created in the collaboration of Yon Ju Lee and Brian Brush from New York and it has ranked 10th position in the world of wooden sculpture. It has been made using 400 hundred wooden chairs and the chairs are connected to each other by using normal screws, lag bolts and clamps which are unseen from the outside. This cryptic structure deals with the question of what we want to see in a sculpture and how we want to see it.
9. SCULPTURES BY DAN WEBB
Dan Webb was born in East Lansing, Michigan and he is the creator of several splendid sculptures, which ones look like quite alive. He makes amazing sculptures out of wood that look so real that someone easily can make mistake thinking them to be real. Among them, Soft pillow is one which has also been created out of hard wood but having a living look.
8. IMPLEMENTS BY JESSICA DRENK
Jessica Drenk is inspired to create sculptures out of simple pencils and naturally, she uses 1200 to 400 pencils to create a single sculpture. She creates some complex and unique patterns which takes form as a natural object and thus she attempts to make a connection between the non-natural and natural world.
7. MATCHSTICKMEN BY WOLFGANG STILLER
German sculpture artist, Wolfgang Stiller is the creator of the Matchstickmen and these sculptures are really exclusive in their patterns. Several faces have been formed out of wood which seem like faces have been appeared in the wood after burning each matchstick.
6. BRUNO WALPOTH’S HUMAN SCULPTURES
Bruno Walpoth was grown up with his grand-father and an uncle and both of them were woodcarvers. So, he was influenced by his grand-father and uncle and started to curve sculptures out of wood in his own way. We can see a unique pattern of his sculptures that he chooses to carve human body out of wood but attempts to keep the wood grains visible.
5. SCULPTURES BY MARIO DILITZ
Mario Dilitz is the most famous sculpture artists who attempts to have a focus on revealing the contradictory nature of human being by his art and giving a real expression in face of his sculptures. He uses high quality layered wood to make his life-sized sculptures. After going a long process of destruction and reconstruction he creates the structure of the sculptures and so they reveal a great intensity and appeal.
4. ONE-TO-ONE BY CAROLINE SLOTTE
The series of ‘One-to-One’ is created by Caroline Slotte. The sculptures are mainly representing a set of stuffs that creates confusing situation for the viewer. These objects seem very similar of at least two objects at the same time or rather two materials concurrently. These sculptures are mainly famous for these puzzling features.
3. SPAGHETTI BENCH
Pablo Reinoso has created a series of benches those have fulfilled their role of being furniture but added a natural artistic value by being a branch that can grow and climb. These are exclusive featured sculptures that reveal the ultimate desire of woods.
2. SCULPTURES BY WILLY VERGINER
The enchanter of unique magical way of sculpting, Willy Verginer started his work with wood in his hometown Bressaone. Firstly he used to sculpt in the conventional way. But day by day he developed his own way to make sculptures. His sculptures are so much alive as well as mysterious and yet seem to be fragile.
1. SCULPTURES BY ARON DEMETZ
The 1st place occupying sculptures are made by Italian sculptor Aron Demetz who has a magical touch in his hand to make sculptures out of wood. His every sculpture expresses harmony and conflicts between human being and the mighty nature. The specialties of the sculptures are the hash surfaces and the smooth carved figures.