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Sculpture is one of the most intricate and impressive forms of three-dimensional art, and it offers artists a range of mediums to work in, including stone, ice, lead, charcoal, sand and numerous others.
Australian artist Ben Young however creates his sculptures using layered glass, with this latest works being created from cut laminate window panes. In this post we take a look at some of his most recent pieces, which depict different bodies of water. Here’s Young on his new creations:
I hope viewers might imagine the work as something ‘living’ that creates the illusion of space, movement, depth and sense of spatial being. I like to play with the irony between the glass being a solid material and how I can form such natural and organic shapes.
Here’s a glimpse of the latest beautiful creations from the self-taught artist: