Conductive Nature

This gallery includes sculptures of things found in nature.  All of the sculptures are made from a metallic medium.

Even though this sculpture was not intended as a representation of nature, before I read it's description I viewed it as a patch of wheat. The piece is made from 71 steal beams and concrete.
These trees made out of copper are really neat! They have a really cool mesh design that gives it personality, and makes it cool to look at!
This is a really col sculpture of a peacock made from steel wire on a granite base. It is a really neat piece because the peacock seems like it is out of it's natural habitat!
This is the only piece that is not made from metal. I enjoy the contrast you get from the trunk being more or less horizontal orientation of the trunk. This contrasts from the normal way we see trees.
This piece is pretty cool because it is assembled using both wood, and metal. The birds seen here are all a flock of coastal birds.
What you see here is a sculpture of walls that have been overrun by vegetation. This piece is really unique, and it reminds me of a similar piece I saw when I went to a gallery in Washington DC!
This is a neat piece from Korea! The thing I like about this piece the most is how it combines artificial elements with natural ones. This contrast gives a strange cohesiveness to the piece!
This is another wonderful piece from Korea. The simplicity of the components really harmonizes the combined feel of the sculpture. It is really neat to see how perspectives vary between countries.
This is an interesting piece from Spain. This piece is made from brass, which is an interesting medium to use. Brass can look very dynamic is color, giving the sculpture a lot of shades of colors!
This sculpture is from Korea, and is a pretty tall tree made from stainless steel, and bells. The thing i like about it the most, though, is at night time it uses light to add a whole new dynamic!
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