‘Incomplete’ — Artist Captures The Whimsical and Timid Personalities of Children

Norwegian artist creates metaphorical  inspired by the emotions and characters of kids. Believing that  language has been “their purest type of communication,” Kilda visualizes each natural pose with cement-sculpted hands and feet, and fragments of ivory garments made from colored, metal mesh. The “pristine” pieces encourage the viewer to use their imagination to fill in the  openings and illusory contours and delve into their childhood memories.

Discover more of Kilda’s beautiful sculptures on Instagram.

Norwegian artist Lene Kilda creates figurative concrete and steel wire sculptures inspired by the emotions and body language of children.

Although each sculpture–created of “concrete, metal mesh and atmosphere”–reveals just parts of the artist’s topics, their concrete feet and hands still portray a strong sense of personality. Curious children are depicted standing on their tippy toes, while timid, less confident youngsters are displayed with awkwardly positioned feet and curled up toes. More courageous and adventurous children are shown with specific stances, tightly clenched fists, and are frequently put with accompanying props.
The array of emotions, personalities, and stances specific to children is very evident while browsing through the unconventional sculptor’s portfolio of work. In 1 piece, the toes are positioned wide apart, while the subject’s grasping hands pull the series of a toy. In another, a child is depicted trying on her mother’s oversized shoes and bag–a comfortable youth action for many.

Made from “concrete, metal mesh and air,” each piece shows only parts of the artist’s subjects.

However, their hands and feet still portray a strong sense of character.

Each piece invites the viewer to fill in the visual gaps and illusory contours, and perhaps delve into their own childhood memories.

Lene Kilde: Website | Facebook | Instagram

Self-taught Artist Transforms Leaves and Weeds Into Tiny Woven Baskets

While most see plants as a key part of nature – there’s more than meets the eye!

Suzie Grieve of Foraged Fibres, is a self-taught basket and jewelry maker from Lake District, UK. She weaves miniature baskets as well as tiny jewelry using leaves, vines, and weeds. Coming in all designs, capabilities, and sizes, her intricate artwork illustrates the several capabilities of organic resources. Whether striped, checkered, or coiled in rows, each basket is a testament to Grieve’s patience and ability to adapt a traditional craft into an unusually tiny form.

You can buy Grieve’s baskets by means of her site, and maintain up to date with her latest creations by following the artist on Instagram. Thus, check out some of her best works in our list below. Also, don’t hesitate to leave a comment and an upvote on the ones you like the most!

More Info: Instagram | Website

#1 British isles-primarily based artist Suzie Grieve generates remarkable woven baskets out of pure materials.

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