Because of their shape and suggestive color, the art pieces by American artist Lisa Kellner can be described in many different ways. From human entrails to jellyfish, the true subjects of these sculptures is still up for debate.
Regardless of how each person perceives these intriguing pieces, these foamy sculptures are made of hand-formed silk and thread and art materials like paint, bleach and acrylics. "Each bulbous shape is hand formed, emulating cell systems gone awry," explains the artist. Additionally, according to Kellner, the human body and the epidermis are sources of inspiration to create these sculptures. She also uses a Japanese technique called Shibori to shape these fascinating art works.
The organic sculptures by Lisa Kellner are like a 3D anatomy book.
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