• Working with Nature

    3 days ago - By Aesthetica

    Swirls of pink and red. Green and yellow voids. Fragments of wood, fracturing and splintering in front of our eyes. These are the works of self-taught sculptor Daniel Fuchs. Represented by Pashmin Art Consortia , he creates highly complicated and complex works from spruce wood - transforming plain panels into detailed filigree reliefs. The artist speaks to Aesthetica about the process, whilst explaining how he came to be inspired by natural materials.
    Details of Daniel Fuchs, Creation , Spruce wood. 125cm H x 250cm W x 23cm D, 2018
    A: What inspired you to become an artist?
    DF: I grew up...
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