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Sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon creates gorgeous organic forms out of willow. Laura Ellen Bacon, woven branches in trees. Form of Intrigue, Laura Ellen Bacon. Looks like a massive bee swarm has landed on the side of a ruin. Outdoor Sculpture Garden Sculpture Sculpture Art Environmental Sculpture Site Art Linear Art Natural Structures Performance Artistique Collage. Site Specific Art Natural Structures Sudeley Castle Laura Ellen Bacon.
Laura Ellen Bacon's "Form of Intrigue" sculpture is a Rapunzel-like cascade of woven ash twigs staged at Sudeley Castle in South West England for Sotheby's . Sheffield UK: Northend Creative Print Solutions, 2013.
Laura Ellen Bacon's "Form of Intrigue" sculpture is a Rapunzel-like cascade of woven ash twigs staged at Sudeley Castle in South West England for Sotheby's 2011 Exhibition. The Sculptural Work of Laura Ellen Bacon. The Contemporist, March 20, 2013. Retrieved November 5, 2014. Willow, Weave for M. Country Life (January 11, 2012): 36 - 39.
British sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon twists, ties, and knots pieces of willow and other raw materials to create .
The pieces often involve several stages of sketching, and weeks of weaving using her hands and few other tools. Bacon’s twisting reddish-brown forms hug and scale buildings, walls, and other existing space and landscapes in interesting and intimate ways. I’m also very interested in the human scale of handmade structures and have created several woven spaces in recent years that people can enter inside-creating and entering the work can be a very sensory experience.
Artist Laura Ellen Bacon creates sculptures that were initially inspired by nest-like forms that have developed into much more.
British sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon uses willow branches to create expressive, larger-than-life works of. .Finding a delicate balance between nature, art and space-making, British artist Laura Ellen Bacon weaves incredible forms - many of them larger-than-life - using pliable willow branches.
British sculptor Laura Ellen Bacon uses willow branches to create expressive, larger-than-life works of environmental ar.
nest like pavilion by Laura Ellen Bacon. Book Sculptures by Julya Hajnoczky source Red lips source Book Sculptures by liz hamman source Book Sculptures by kelly. A look at three creatives taking part in COLLECT by The Crafts Council. Artist's symbiotic sculptures weave a magical story about nature (Photos). Laura Ellen Bacon: Forms of Growth I like the way this art piece flows with its environment and just fits in so well with its surroundings. OK, NOT natural, but amazingly intricate just the same. book sculpture, I think it cool how the mad art by folding and manipulating.
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