Sam Francis

Untitled, 1984

106.7 X 73 inch

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What is resin?

What is resin?

Resin can be made from both natural and synthetic processes. The natural version is from pine sap, and the man-made kind is a dense and easily molded form of plastic. Many sculptures are made from resin, and resin can make paint colors vivid.

Artwork by Richard Orlinski

Niki De Saint Phalle

California Nana Vase, 2000

Sculpture / Object

Resin

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Niki De Saint Phalle

Nana Fountaine, 1991

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 26,900

Richard Orlinski

Wild Kong Oil, 2015

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 18,970

William Sweetlove

Cloned pistachio dog with plastic boots, 2008

Sculpture / Object

Resin

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Alison Wilding

Rising, 2001

Sculpture / Object

Resin

GBP 4,800

Richard Orlinski

Wild Denim, 2016

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 17,700

Richard Orlinski

Born Wild Crocodile (Black), 2006

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 9,560

Gao Brothers

Miss Mao No.2, 2006

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 70,000

William Sweetlove

African dog with shoes and water bottles, 2011

Sculpture / Object

Resin

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William Sweetlove

Cloned Krocky with scarf, 2009

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 3,000

William Sweetlove

Cloned red chicken on a rock, 2005

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 2,500

William Sweetlove

Cloned pistachio dog with plastic boots, 2008

Sculpture / Object

Resin

EUR 2,500

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Cynical Realism

Cynical realism is the term first used in 1992 by art critic Li Xianting to describe the Beijing artist group which painted satirical social realist paintings. The group sought to depict the psychological turmoil experienced when China was struggling with new political ideology.

Site Specific Art

Artwork that's created to exist in a given/certain place. Location is taken into account by the artist as he plans and creates his artwork. Robert Irwin reined and promoted it in California. Site Specific Art came after modernist objects as artist's reaction to the world's situation. Modernists objects were nomadic, transportable, only existed in museum space and were for commodification and market.

Environmental art

This is a collective term used to refer to a wide range of arts and practices that include the historical and ecological approaches to artistic works. The term often encompasses the ecological concerns though it is neither certain nor specific on this. It acknowledges and appreciates the early history environmental art movement as well as the art with a lot of activist concerns not forgetting the art that celebrates the connection between nature and the artist by use of natural materials.

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