Artist Eszter Burghardt makes only one of its kind infinitesimal landscapes by means of colored wool. She imprisons images of the dissimilar prospect by zooming in intimately and snaps photographs of the minute sets. In the middle of the pieces complete are explosion volcanoes, mountainous gorge, watercourse water and green fields. The straightforwardness and slight gestures mutual with the normal chaos of the wool material make for fragile yet complicated art pieces. At first fleeting look the definite fabric used to generate the pieces seem vague where as the in general finished manufactured goods is obvious and clear. Here are some pictures of this unque creativity. Enjoy.
Colored Wool Art By Eszter Burghardt
July 27th, 2012 Emily
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