Miniature Stone Sculptures Of Houses In The Back Of Animals By Song Kang will makes us feel like so big compared to the people that could live in these small houses, in these miniature houses on rocks or in the back of animals.
So let´s get prepared for these journey in the world of miniature art and stone carving.
The artist and illustrator based in Portland named Song Kang creates s highly textural work, whether that’s in her drawn explorations or sculptures produced from found and natural materials.
Her controversial art miniature works are dream-like environments and houses, many built on backs of animals like oxen and camels.
Kang likes to imagine these sculptures as visual scavenger hunts, and often inserts even tinier occupants that sit and stand around her micro-cities.
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For her Carved in Stone series, Kang imposes architectural forms onto the surfaces of found rocks.
“The structures follow the curvature of the rocks, skewing the perspective and creating surreal environments,” Kang shares.
“By becoming part of the surface rather than projecting outwards, the architecture becomes almost textural, a relief sculpture.”
These modern art rocks can it be really cool and zen apartments for the small ones, in other dimensions or worlds. Or maybe we cannot see them.
Also combining wood in her stone sculptures, the artist creates these little balconies and little people to stand on it. Giving some life to it. It´s not deserted houses on camel´s back, there people on it.
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