Artist Kim Simonsson recently unveiled his 'Moss People' exhibition at the Jason Jacques Gallery in New York. This exhibit displays a surreal world of women who are made of moss or ceramic-made sculptures.
The gallery also includes various bizarre forest creatures such as a two-headed rabbit and a human-sized mouse. The creativity behind the sculptures carries an eerie and organic theme. While many of the displays showcase groups of women or creatures, there is one eye-catching solo figure. This particular woman is pure white and has golden birds flying out of her eyes.
The entirely surreal scene of the 'Moss People' shows the artists creative use of non-traditional materials. It also highlights his deeply creative imagination, which shows hints towards fairy tales and inspirations of the like.