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Photo by JP Bland. Sculpture by artist Kate MccGwire, who creates organic objects from pigeon & mallard feathers she collects. More sculptures at link

UK-based artist Kate MccGwire uses thousands of scrupulously placed feathers to create amazing sculptures. The things she creates are so perfectly assemble

chat-oy-ant: “ Feather Sculptures, Kate MccGwire “Each visually captivating piece presents a seamless sense of coordination and continued movement. Like a stream, all of the feathers flow in a unified.

NEW WORK: SHROUD katemccgwire: “ SHROUD, Kate MccGwire, Mixed media with mallard feathers in antique dome / Currently on display at Le Royal Monceau - Raffles, Paris until November ”

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Feather Sculptures by Kate MccGwire

life-as-a-lab: “ Amazing sculptures from artist Kate McGwire who creates organic objects from thousands of collected pigeon feathers.

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The Uncanny Feather Using biological elements to create fluid forms of movement, artist Kate MccGwire takes bird feathers and assembles them into strange, intertwining forms. Playing with materiality, the artist uses feathers to mimic flowing water or curving scales, creating “images that both attract and disturb the viewer” – an unnerving beauty. Is it a new creature, or a plant? Perhaps not even a representation of a living organism at all, making the objects exhibited even more uncanny; ....
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Brawl, 2014 (feathers in glass)

The Uncanny Feather Using biological elements to create fluid forms of movement, artist Kate MccGwire takes bird feathers and assembles them into strange, intertwining forms. Playing with materiality,.

Mixed media with pheasant feathers in antique dome, 64 x 51 x 30 cm. Photo: JP Bland courtesy of Kate MccGwire.

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The Uncanny Feather Using biological elements to create fluid forms of movement, artist Kate MccGwire takes bird feathers and assembles them into strange, intertwining forms. Playing with materiality, the artist uses feathers to mimic flowing water or curving scales, creating “images that both attract and disturb the viewer” – an unnerving beauty. Is it a new creature, or a plant? Perhaps not even a representation of a living organism at all, making the objects exhibited even more uncanny; ....

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Blue - sculptures made with feathers - Charybdis, 2013, Kate MccGwire
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Charybdis, Kate MccGwire-Mixed media with magpie feathers in antique dome 47 x 37 x 37 cm

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Blue - sculptures made with feathers - Charybdis, 2013, Kate MccGwire

Blue - sculptures made with feathers - Charybdis, 2013, Kate MccGwire
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Sculpture by Kate McGuire. #art #sculpture
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London-based artist Kate MccGwire created these pieces using thousands of discarded pigeon feathers. Just beautiful xo

Is this another Kate MccGwire sculpture? Such a solid twisting mass…

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Kate MccGwire This disturbs me in a way I can't even put into word.

Sculpture by Kate McGuire. #art #sculpture

Sculpture by Kate McGuire.  #art #sculpture
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"Glass Sculpture by ScenerybyDesign" Asombrante escultura de cristal, me encanta el efecto que le da al estar en el agua y como refleja lo que hay detrás.

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"Glass Sculpture by ScenerybyDesign" Asombrante escultura de cristal, me encanta el efecto que le da al estar en el agua y como refleja lo que hay detrás.

Anima, 2012, Mixed media with white pigeon feathers in antique dome 69H x 43W x 43D cm Photo: Ian Stuart courtesy of All Visual Arts http://www.katemccgwire.com/

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Beautiful iridescent feather sculpture from Kate MccGwire //Warp, 2010 Photo: Tessa Angus

Cover rocks with mirrors and they look like  melted disco balls. WHAAAAAAAAAT?!?!?

"Cover rocks with mirrors and they look like melted disco balls." I don't think these are rocks but if you could find a "melted" looking rock you could cover it it pieces of mirror or CD's to create a "Melted Disco Ball".

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national mosaic art exhibition 2015 | Beatrice Serre 2015 "Little Big Bang" Wall Sculpture at 1stdibs

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I do pottery. I love it. It's very relaxing; it takes me to another planet. Eva Herzigova

“I know a 'face' where the wild thyme blows, Where oxlips and the nodding violet grows, Quite over-canopied with luscious woodbine, With sweet musk-roses and with eglantine.

Peter Gentenaar:  Reminds me of a wilting flower... So beautiful

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I like the dimensions on these photos and the color change between the bowl and liquid looking stuff flowing from the bowl.extremely clever and quirky ceramic art work

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