Category Archives: Sculptures

Decorate Your Home With Driftwood Art

When looking forward to decorating your home, you should make sure that the decoratives of your home are modern, unique, and stylish. Nowadays, driftwood decorative pieces are gaining popularity. There are many ways by which you can convert driftwood into fantastic decorative pieces for your home. Handmade driftwood art is the best display that can beautify your home.

Candleholder – It is the simplest artwork that you can easily make from driftwood. You will need hot glue, sea glass, votive candle holders, twine, and two or three driftwood. You can decorate your home with this candle holder and light a fragrant candle.

Door wreath – Do decorate your front door, you can make a beautiful and simple driftwood wreath. To make a door wreath, you will need grapevine wreath, lace or burlap and a piece of driftwood. You can also add an extra decorative of your choice to your door wreath.

Plant pot – You can grow a small plant in the homemade driftwood plant pot. You will need a container or a pot, sponge brush, glue, acrylic paint, and driftwood scraps. You will also need succulent plant cuttings. To enhance the design of the plant pot, you can also add moss. The plant pot will enhance the value of your home.

Mirror frame – You can increase the beauty of your home and dressing room by hanging a handmade frame made by driftwood. It adds a beautiful poster look to your home. You will need a round mirror and a driftwood piece larger than the circumference of that round mirror

Sculpture Art & Its Influence in Modern Times

The most enduring and, arguably, the greatest form of fine art known to man, sculpture has played a major role in the evolution of civilizations over time. Traditional sculpture had four main defining characteristics. It was the only three-dimensional art form. It was representational. It was viewed as an art of solid form. And lastly traditional sculptors used only two main techniques: carving or modelling. However, the modern era art of sculpture is no longer restricted by traditional sculptural concepts, materials or methods. Modern day art is continuously evolving and sculpture is still the leading method of expressing and commemorating people and events.