Artist Matt Moore recently spent a residency at Summit on Powder Mountain in Eden, Utah where he created these lovely mandalas from gathering objects from his surroundings. The resulting natural sculptures are breathtaking. See more below:
As a kid I was pretty much obsessed with mazes - drawing them constantly, completing maze books, etc. - so when I came across BIG’s life-sized, indoor maze I was ah-mazed! (Had to go for it…) Any way, the indoor maze is housed in Washington, D.C.’s National Building Museum and the tallest walls reach eighteen feet in the air.
Check out a sweet time-lapse video of the construction of the maze below:
Truly fascinating wooden sculptures by Memphis, Tennessee based artist Ben Butler. Each of the forms are meant to be abstract but take on an organic feeling and seem to resemble geological formations, making for a rather nice contrast to the fact that the sculptures are made from wood. You can see more of Butler’s gorgeous works below!
In anticipation of the gifted neon sculptress Meryl Pataky’s forthcoming solo show at Shooting Gallery SF’s Project Room, “The Golden Hour,” Supersonic had photographer Brock Brake visit her studio space in San Francisco to get a few behind the scenes photographs of her hard at work. The focus of the show is related to the cosmos and it’s formation with different works focusing on different elements. Several works are devoted to the gases used inside the neon sculptures, their resulting color and what seems to be their naturalistic aura. Take a look Meryl’s awesome studio space and her working on the beautiful sculptures below:
Lucien Shapiro, the gifted San Francisco based sculptor (Supersonic’s Studio Visit with Lucien), will have brand new work on display in the upcoming group show “Natural Balance" at New Image Art Gallery in West Hollywood, California starting Saturday, July 12th. The show will also feature the work of artists P-Jay Fidler, Jason Redwood, Mel Kadel, Travis Millard, and Gosha Levochkin.
IN THE STORE