Sculpture Art

Four Basic Methods For Making A Sculpture Are

Four Basic Methods For Making A Sculpture Are Four basic methods for making a sculpture are: Carving Modeling Constructing and Assembling Welding The aesthetic effect of certain types of sculptures mostly depends on the way artists directly manipulate their materials. For many sculptors, the actual physical process of the work material is an integral part of the art of sculpture. In the finished work, their response to the work quality of the material (such as its plasticity, hardness and texture) is obvious. Design and craftsmanship [...]

Sculpture Materials

Sculpture Materials In this article I will share with you knowledge about sculpture materials. Please understand if there is any incomplete description. Any material that can be shaped in three dimensions can be used for engraving. Certain materials have proven to be particularly suitable due to their structural and aesthetic properties and their practicality. The most important these are stone, wood, metal, clay, ivory and gypsum. These are also can be called traditional sculpture materials. There are many secondary materials, [...]

The Relationship Between Sculpture And Photography

The Relationship Between Sculpture And Photography Wojciechowski 2004, p. 32 The relationship between sculpture and photography, unlike the dialogue between the latter and painting, was long treated as a peripheral issue. For years the disciplines in question were considered incompatible, as if they belonged to different areas of cognition and represented disparate ways of capturing reality. Yet as early as the mid-20th century photography began to show potential that sculpture seemed to be lack. Photography appeared to be more accurate, more [...]

Sculpture VS Statue

Sculpture vs Statue What’s the difference between a statue and a sculpture?  In this article, we main explain the difference between sculpture vs statue from three point: the theme of the art the material the size The difference of the theme The statue definition, “a likeness (as of a person or animal) sculptured, modeled, or cast in a solid substance (such as marble, bronze, or wax). Generally speaking a statue is a three dimensional representation of a human, animal or in some cases an imaginary figure [...]

Relationship Between Sculpture And Ceramic

Sculpture and Ceramic Art is a rich domain that encompasses different styles, techniques, as well as media, and sculpture and ceramics are just two of the broad categories that fall under the umbrella of art. Here’s a look at the characteristics of the two and how they relate to each other. After you check it, you may know the relationship between sculpture and ceramic. Sculpture The art of creating sculpture has been around thousands of years ago, which likely began in prehistoric [...]

Difference Between Painting and Sculpture

What is the difference between painting and sculpture? In the simplest terms, the difference between painting and sculpture: paintings are generally 2 dimensional representations and sculptures are 3 dimensional. Dimensional Difference Painting is 2 dimensional most of the time its an attempt to make a two dimensional surface look three dimensional, but theres more fun ways to paint like modern art and use anything thats aesthetically pleasing, is on a canvas and is hand made. Sculptures on the other hand are three dimensional [...]

Relationship Between Sculpture and Architecture

Relationship Between Sculpture and Architecture The lines between sculpture and architecture have always been blurred. Architecture, like sculpture, is concerned with three-dimensional form. Sculpture has long been closely related to architecture through its role as architectural decoration and the level of design. Both have a critical responsibility to address the physical space and consider tenets of form, scale and material. And although the central problem in the design of buildings is the organization of space rather than mass. There are styles [...]

Relationship Between Sculpture and Other Arts

Relationship between sculpture and other arts In this series articles we will talk about the relationship between sculpture and other arts. Relationship between sculpture and architecture The lines between sculpture and architecture have always been blurred. Architecture, like sculpture, is concerned with three-dimensional form. Sculpture has long been closely related to architecture through its role as architectural decoration and the level of design. Both have a critical responsibility to address the physical space and consider tenets of form, scale and material. And although [...]

Principles Of Sculpture Design

Principles Of Sculpture Design It is doubtful whether any principles of sculpture design are universal in the art of sculpture. As the principles of sculpture that govern the organization of the elements of sculpture into expressive compositions differ from style to style. In fact, distinctions made among the major styles of sculpture are largely based on a recognition of differences in the principles of design that underlie them. Thus, the art historian Erwin Panofsky was attempting to define a difference of [...]

Elements of Sculptural Design

Two Main Elements Of Sculptural Design The two most important elements of sculptural design are mass and space, of course separable only in thought. All sculpture was made of a material substance that has mass and exists in three-dimensional space. The mass of sculpture is thus the solid, material, space-occupying bulk that is contained within its surfaces. Space enters into the design of sculpture in three main ways: 01. The material components of the sculpture extend into or move through space; 02. They may enclose or [...]