Art

Patrick Van Caeckenbergh

Some really amazing pencil on paper, surrounding installation of hand-blown glass bell jars, from this amazing Belgian artist Patrick Van Caeckenbergh.

“The picturesque history of emptiness” comprises of installation and drawings. Approximately 200 hand-blown glass bell jars of various shapes and sizes are placed on an industrial shelving unit, with the top and bottom shelves mirrored draws parallels to the emptiness as the building block of everything. Surrounding the installation, there is a series of 31 graphite drawings of trees. These are not actual trees but resembles like ones. Some have doors, windows and some a bit more playful hints of hidden human resemblances.

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Pixelgray is art, design, photography & architecture inspiration blog by the award winning design director Bharat Sarwiya, who has been exercising his skills in art, design and motion for nearly a decade, living and working from the sleepless city of Mumbai.