Gregory Euclide Reliefs for PULSE are Detailed Natural Depictions

By: Amelia Roblin - Published: Mar 1, 2011 • References: gregoryeuclide & flickr
These Gregory Euclide reliefs for PULSE Art Fair in New York mark the artist's return to the David B. Smith Gallery this year. Returning with a collection of new detailed dioramas from his past 12 months' work, the meticulous model-maker succeeds in ever effecting his viewers.

Depicting natural landscapes on vertical canvases, in plexiglass boxes and as sprawling installations, this environmentally conscious creative is figuratively manipulating nature on a small scale, showing the public what harm they have on the biological world.

Using artificial materials from paint cans and paper to dirt and genuine sprigs of plants and flowers, the sculptor recreates miniature forests, streams and rocky landscapes that never cease to impress. The Gregory Euclide reliefs for PULSE are as elaborate as ever, ensuring their observed effect will make a splash. Stats for Dripping Organic Dioramas Trending: Older & Warm
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