Dear Iloboyou friends and art lovers, be amazed by these incredible Wood Sculptures By Daniel Popper Welcomes People To The Beach. Like it came from the sand or from a fairy tale story full of wood giant people.
The South African artist Daniel Popper, known for his massive figurative wood sculptures, has constructed a new art installation as part of an modern art and culture festival in Tulum, Mexico.
The Wood Sculpture installation is titled Ven a la Luz (come into the light), and is comprised of wood and rope formed into a female figure.
The contemporary artist made her torso filled with lush green plants, which creates an archway for viewers to walk through.
Contemporary art, Ven a La luz will be permanently installed at the resort Ahau Tulum now that the inaugural festival, Art With Me, has concluded.
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As Tulum’s popularity for vacationing has exploded over the last several years, development and cultural investment has dramatically increased in the area.
Recently, a member of the famed Guggenheim family built an art gallery using a similar rustic, rectilinear style to Popper’s festival-friendly sculpture.
So he was invited by Boom Festival to create a feature abstract art piece that complimented the dance temple.
A piece for people to enjoy and relax at during the day and in the evening to take a break from dancing and enjoy the visual feast of projection mapping by Wayne Ellis. The piece stood 13 meters tall , created using wood, steel and Rope and a variety of re purposed materials from the land.
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