I was thinking there seemed to be fewer sculptures posted on the site over the last few months, and so my search led me to Rhino. At first glance the piece offers exhilarating visual buoyancy as it appears to float…"
To say these x-ray based pieces are haunting and slightly macabre perhaps tells you more about my own sensibilities than the works themselves. I suppose the very nature of x-rayed imagery is one of…"
Thanks! Actually, my work is of a variety of styles, the X-Ray work being one of them. I posted these because I'm getting them framed up for a show later this summer. I'll be posting more, and different, stuff soon.
Many people have asked me where I got the xrays and, well... the answer is simplicity itself... Google Image Search. Having said that it does take a bit of cleverness... Googling for "X-Rays" will produce a lot but Googling for "radiography", "radiographic", "spinal" and even "fish X-ray" produces even more results.
They are just prints, although the idea of printing them off on clear mylar and displaying them on light boxes is an intriguing idea... I may have to steal that from you!
Thanks for the nice words, and... one bone fan to another... I really dig your spine drawings, you have a very delicate hand.
Where did you get these xrays? Are they just prints or do they light up from behind? I love bones and xrays. Great work. Nothing like it at all.
My spine drawings turn a lot of people away. Check out Walmor Correa. He makes detailed drawings of imaginary creatures. He was a medical illustrator and actually draws the dissections. He makes incredible sculptures out of bones. He showed at Art Basel Miami Beach. Traveled from Brazil and had a hard time getting into the country with the sculptures. The bones were collected by his enthusiasts.
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