Brooklyn-based Rodger Stevens's sculptures are delightful, almost Pop abtractions created entirely out of wire. His career began while working at Sotheby's, when an art specialist walked by one day and asked if she could purchase one of his wire sculptures sitting on his work desk. Soon after he pursued a full-time career out of making these sculptures, and in 1996 he got his big break with a Fifth Avenue window for Tiffany. Since then, he's done a wide range of store display work, including windows for Todd Oldham and wall installations for Yohji Yamamoto. Prices range from $200 for miniatures to $5000-$10,000 for the most intricate pieces.
Part mood lighting, part sculpture and a collectible work of art, this beautifully beaded bee will provide visual interest in a lonely alcove or as a part of a larger wall display.
Cute little zipper or purse charm by etsy HAFteam member Redfox jewelry
I bought this on Etsy to showcase my favorite postcards and polaroids. I like the wire and the curly q's, that artistic element. I nice addition to my art studio.
Chicken wire couture--so beautiful.