Bas-relief is a technique as old as humankind’s artistic explorations and is closely related to high relief. Some of the earliest known bas-reliefs are on the walls of caves, perhaps 30,000 years ago. Bas-Relief sculptures could be found on the walls of all kinds of buildings and temples from ancient Egypt, Rome and Greece, and now it’s making a comeback.
Russian artist Goga Tandashvili is a master of the art, bringing scenes inspired by the natural world. Think long-tailed birds, flowers, and luxurious fronds of fern. The scenes blend in perfectly with their surroundings, meaning that your home décor actually becomes a beautiful piece of impressionist art. Goga is also a painter, and this comes across in his sculptures. He draws on the wall, and then adds material on top of the lines to create the 3D effect, bringing interiors to life with vivid textures and contours.
The creative artist creates impressionist-inspired bas-relief sculptures on walls to add a touch of sophistication to the room. Just take a look at his creation that features intricate peacocks. Tandashvili can magically transform any ordinary wall into a stunning work of art.
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