Both artist and craftsman, Ran Hwang imagines her works, often monochromatic, with infinite attention to detail and unique dexterity.
Taking shape with distance, these dreamlike reliefs breakdown and reveal their composition while one approaches it.
This accurate work requires both physical rigor and mental strength. Being buddhist, Ran Hwang built her work as a session of meditation with devotion and spiritualism.
"The process of building large installations are time consuming and repetitive and it requires manual effort which provides a form of self-meditation". Ran Hwang
For several years now, Richard Orlinski created his own universe with the animals that fascinated him: crocodiles, panthers, wolves, bears and kong all belong to his concept called "Born Wild".
His amazing and coloured works met with global success.
Highly influenced by Pop Art, the artist creates artworks linked with the fashion world (pairs of jeans, leather jackets and stilettos) and wildlife (the wolf, tiger, bear, Lion and T-rex).
«I want my art to remain accessible to a large audience and I use to work a lot with young people. I wish to reach everyone», he explains.
He plays with the proportions of the animals and thus aims to enliven them with the strength, ferocity and power that characterize wild beasts.
“I play with the shapes, I change them. I modify their forms according to my vision.”
"I am always looking for perfection. I like when a sculpture is perfectly finished and completed".