entertainment for your eyes...

a wonderful mix of the many different styles of presentation in a cabinet of curiosity. Something I would like to present in my own exhibition in the summer.

a wonderful mix of the many different styles of presentation in a cabinet of curiosity. Something I would like to present in my own exhibition in the summer.

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feather sculptures by kate mccgwire

london-based sculptor kate mccgwire has created a new collection of feather sculptures including ‘guile’, ‘lure’, ‘seer’, ‘quell’, and ‘yearn’. each piece is a winding and lively, yet, frozen shape formed from plumage, making her body of work seem at once both graceful and deadly. the fantastical forms are made from thousands of wing and tail feathers gathered from many birds including those of pigeon, magpie, goose, teal, pheasant, duck and woodcock, collected and sent by mail from farmers and pigeon racers.

(via zoeceramics)

f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s:

feather sculptures by kate mccgwire

london-based sculptor kate mccgwire has created a new collection of feather sculptures including ‘guile’, ‘lure’, ‘seer’, ‘quell’, and ‘yearn’. each piece is a winding and lively, yet, frozen shape formed from plumage, making her body of work seem at once both graceful and deadly. the fantastical forms are made from thousands of wing and tail feathers gathered from many birds including those of pigeon, magpie, goose, teal, pheasant, duck and woodcock, collected and sent by mail from farmers and pigeon racers.

(via zoeceramics)

lolsofunny:

FRANC GROM EGG SHELL ART

Egg Art Master Franc Grom sells egg artwork by creating approximately 2,500 to 3,500 holes in each egg shell. His intricate art is inspired by traditional Slovenian designs. Drilling holes in egg shells would require an incredible amount of steady hand and patience and the effort has definite paid off with these beautiful creations.

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I follow many blogs of collectors, who like myself find bones and other natural curiosities. I always find it interesting that many choose similar styles of curation to display their own pieces around the home. The cabinet is so timeless it never fails to create a perfect home for such wonders.

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