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Peter Crinnion, British sculptor, produces small, mischievous pieces in stone

He studied fine art and soon discovered the precision of stone sculpting as an enrichment

Isamu Noguchi’s stone sculptures now accessible via internet

Coinciding with the 115th birthday of the Japanese-American multi-disciplinary artist his museum launched a digital archive

Marmomac 2019: „Percorsi d’Arte“ shows how new technologies open doors for sculptors (1)

Four artists and industrial designer Raffaello Galiotto developed works previously impossible to accomplish

Musée Rodin in Paris: British artist Barbara Hepworth brought a new aesthetic sensibility into sculpting

The poetic style of her works is largely inspired by nature’s organic forms

A „Tree of Rest“ by artist Elsa as a sculpture made of slate at a woodland cemetery in Luxembourg

French sculptress Elsa worked the symbolic piece of art in an open atelier near the village of Olm (Kehlen)

„Functional sculptures“ is a small but exclusive market for natural stone

The objects which are hermaphrodites: part art and part product design, are both aesthetically pleasing and, at least to a certain degree, useful

Lee Ufan at the Hirshhorn: sculptures of stone and steel corresponding to the museum’s architecture

Ten new artworks by the Korean artist are on view through September 13, 2020, at the sculpture garden on the National Mall

Kerlin Gallery in Dublin, Ireland is presenting new sculptures by Dorothy Cross

The leading Irish artist used white Carrara marble for several works on show until October 19, 2019

The Danang Sculpture Foundation uses its knowledge of stonemasonry to advance Vietnam‘s development

Locals are trained and qualified, and, for established sculptors and artists, workshops are offered, and commissioned works are carried out

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