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The field of sculpture gives the artist an abundance of choices regarding material. From stone to glass, metal to ice, there is no dearth of options for anyone who knows the skill of moulding a substance to create something entirely new.

Wire sculpting, too, is a phenomenon that mainly developed during the 20th Century through the works of Alexander Calder, Ruth Asawa, Gavin Worth, etc. Modern practitioners contributed heavily to establish the medium as mainstream, but, somehow, it always remained exclusive.

 
Wire Sculptures

Figure 1: The best thing about wire sculptures is that they don’t always block your view of the background; rather they merge with the surroundings and beautify them.

In a way, these sculptures seem livelier than the solid versions of clay or stone. They give unbelievable vivacity to the indoors but are best suited for open spaces or landscapes. One can view several collections of photos online but that would be worse than admiring a delicious spicy hamburger in a picture. You need to feel it with your hands, lick the dripping mayo, savour the juicy meet and crunchy vegetables, and devour hungrily. Similarly, with wire sculptures, the real deal is hundred times more appealing to the beholder. You can find these easily in fine art galleries, museums, private collections, landscapes and corporate setting throughout the world.

 

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Let us know how much you appreciate this wonderful medium of art in the comments below.

 

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