Wang Ruilin is an artist residing in Beijing who has made a name for himself with his marvelously detailed copper sculptures of animals and mythical creatures that appear to carry the weight of mountains, oceans, and worlds. The sculptures feature smooth and seamless surfaces and curvatures. Ruilin also cites his dreams as a source of inspiration for the figures.
Working from a tiny table in the nook of her living room, California-based artist Angela Schwer crafts explosive dahlias, gardenias, poppies, fungi, and sea creatures all from a custom blend of polymer clays. Meant primarily as decorative objects, the dense handmade pieces are surprisingly detaile