Mobile sculpture

Add a touch of artistic elegance to your space with unique mobile sculpture ideas. Explore captivating designs that bring movement and beauty to your modern decor.
Sculptures, Silhouette, Inspiration, Crafts, Hanging Mobile, Hanging, Mobile Sculpture, Modern Crafts, Light And Shadow

A bronze piece by Brazilian artist Albano Afonso uses multiple sets of dangling hands that mimic shadow puppetry. Titled “Os Pássaros e o Lobo,” or “The Birds and the Wolf,” the sculpture is illuminated by a light projector, casting dark silhouettes on the wall behind it that resembles a mobile of active animals. In a statement, Afonso is described as being “interested in the anatomy of light: its intensity or softness, its ability to both illuminate and obscure, its sources, its symbolic…

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Ian Sands
Alexander Calder style in Midjourney AI (V5.1, V5, V4, niji 5) | Sculptors + Installation Artists | Sculptors | American sculptor | Alexander Calder was an American sculptor known for his contributions to the Abstract Expressionist movement. He is best known for his mobile sculptures, which are kinetic works of art that move with the air currents around them. | Andrei Kovalev's Midlibrary Art Education, Art, Diy, Kinetic Art, Kandinsky, Artistic Installation, Alexander Calder Sculptures, Abstract Expressionist, Mobile Sculpture

Alexander Calder style in Midjourney AI (V5.1, V5, V4, niji 5) | Sculptors + Installation Artists | Sculptors | American sculptor | Alexander Calder was an American sculptor known for his contributions to the Abstract Expressionist movement. He is best known for his mobile sculptures, which are kinetic works of art that move with the air currents around them. | Andrei Kovalev's Midlibrary

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Andrei Kovalev's Midlibrary
Illustration from Making Things Book 2 by Ann Wiseman Design, Metal, Art Projects, Art Lessons, 3d, Elementary Art, Kinetic Art, Sculpture Lessons, Teaching Art

I love Alexander Calder! I teach a Calder wire project each year, but I have never successfully made a Calder-inspired mobile. Until now! I recently received this 1975 edition of Making Things: Book 2. The Handbook of Creative Discovery by Ann Wiseman. Inside this gloriously illustrated book I found these instructions for making Calder mobiles: I decided to test it out with items I had on hand in the art room. Materials for first mobile: 18-inch pre-cut Stem Wire (AKA floral wire) 20 gauge…

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Alan Peroutka