Coral Sculptures In Discharged Objects By Stephanie Kilgast

Beautiful coral where? Coral Sculptures In Discharged Objects By Stephanie Kilgast, find out… the beautiful coming out of the old.

Coral Sculptures In Discharged Objects By Stephanie KilgastThe artist Stephanie Kilgast found modern art with only but true talent.

The contemporary artist creates beautiful coral in trash, in object that are not used anymore like cans, broken plates, jars and sculpts around them, giving the trash new lives as art installation.

The French artist uses polymer clay to create nature-inspired forms sprout from the found objects.

In an artist statement on her website, she describes her work as “an ode to life, where plants and fungi meet insects, animals and minerals. These encounters are growing in a colorful swirl of diversity, and the erratic growth develops on found objects, in a dialogue between humanity and nature.”

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The artist honed her detail-oriented skills by making hyper realistic contemporary art miniature food, and she continues to use polymer clay and hand tools to craft her sculptures.

Corals are marine invertebrates . They typically live in compact colonies of many identical individual polyps. The group includes the important reef builders that inhabit tropical oceans and secrete calcium carbonate to form a hard skeleton.

This artist sculptures  are just like in compact colonies of many identical individual polyps.

The artist creates incredible abstract art in sculptures with mushrooms, crystals, beetles, and abstract forms sprout from the everyday objects that Kilgast sources from thrift stores and trash cans.

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