北京赛车改单安全吗:朱莉·格斯(Julie Gonce)的闪亮玻璃雕塑

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法国艺术家朱莉·冈瑟的艺术作品模仿了自然形态的美丽和细节——含苞待放的花朵、掉落的树枝上的青苔,以及一缕缕新鲜青草上微妙平衡的露珠。自1997年以来,Gonce就一直在创作她的精美的雕塑。她的雕塑造型要求观众关注我们不断变化的星球,并注意到大自然在不断复制的过程中是多么的美丽和丰富。Gonce是围绕着激发她创造力并影响她创作独特作品的艺术家而成长起来的。“我在工匠和艺术家的包围中长大,很快我就发现我想要一个动手实践的职业,Gonce告诉huge。”我偶然选择了玻璃,当我参加玻璃吹制培训课程时,我立刻就被它吸引住了。玻璃吹制时,Gonce会将一根玻璃棒吹到要求的温度,然后将空气吹入其中,形成一个巨大的形状。她的灯饰包括两根玻璃棒,这些玻璃棒被聚在一起,被拉伸并雕刻成选定的物体。然后,她使用玻璃串珠技术,将熔融的玻璃缠绕在一根金属棒上,然后冷却,并从中提取玻璃珠。Gonce使用了两种不同类型的玻璃(硼硅酸盐和苏打石灰),将她的雕塑与自然形态融合在一起:木头、种子、蘑菇、纸张、纺织品、金属、骨骼,甚至羽毛。她解释说:“我所有的雕塑都有缝线,这就是材料的装订方式。

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“Ô mousse!,all images provided by Julie Gonce.French artist Julie Gonce's artworks imitate the beauty and detail of natural forms—budding flowers, moss growing within fallen branches, and dew delicately balanced on strands of fresh grass. Gonce has been creating her glossy sculptures since 1997, and uses her torch similarly to how a conductor uses a baton—with precision, passion, and timely delicacy. Her sculpted forms ask the viewer to be attentive to our changing planet, and to notice how beautiful and bountiful nature is as it continually replicates.Gonce was raised around artists who ignited her creativity and influenced her to create unique work. “I grew up surrounded by artisans and artists, and I quickly discovered that I wanted a hands-on profession,Gonce tells Colossal. “I chose glass by chance, but when I did a glassblowing training course I was immediately drawn to it.”“Un peu de vert dans ce monde à l’envers”“Triptik Credit: Boris Selkie”Gonce is passionate about preserving ancient French glassmaking techniques and uses traditional methods including glassblowing, lampworking, and glass beadmaking. When glassblowing, Gonce brings a rod of glass up to the required temperature and blows air into it to create a voluminous shape. Her lampworking involves two rods of glass which are brought together and stretched and sculpted into a chosen object. She then uses a glass beading technique which involves winding molten glass around a metal rod which she then cools and draws glass beads from.Using two different types of glass (borosilicate and soda-lime), Gonce fuses her sculptures with natural forms: wood, seeds, mushrooms, paper, textiles, metals, bones, and even feathers. “Stitching is present in all of my sculptures, that’s how the materials are bound,” she explains.  Torchworking requires Gonce to be in perfect command of her body; by being aware of her breathing and movements she can create various shapes in molten glass. “At the heart of all of my creations, there is always the pleasure of seeing the flame and the glass melting,” says Gonce. “What I love about glass work is that there is nothing between the glass and the flame but the torch worker’s hands.”“Spadices”“La palme”Gonce’s relationship with the natural world is the source of her artistic inspiration, which provides her with a means of escaping everyday life. She gains motivation from living near a forest where she is constantly surrounded by ever-changing textures and lustrous colors which is reflected in the detail of her designs. “I need to live close to nature since it is my source of inspiration,” she says.Gonce’s manipulation of glass creates movement as light dances upon her sculptures, much like how light ripples amongst flowers and plants swaying in the breeze. Gonce is currently exhibiting her sculptures at Galerie Collection in Paris alongside other several other French artists’ work. The exhibition runs until early 2019. You can see more of her pieces on her website.“Digitale brune”Detail of “Ô mousse!”
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