Rebecca Stevenson Written by Andrea on May 10, 2012. Posted in art, sculpture The work of Rebecca Stevenson investigates the relationship between innocence, consumption and desire. You may also likeGehard Demetz "Gehard Demetz has risen to international prominence by applying his incredible […]Maskull Lasserre "Maskull Lasserre’s drawings and sculptures explore the unexpected potential of the […]Fabien Clerc Great works by Fabien Clerc... New works by Mauro Perucchetti Always funny and elegant, Mauro Perucchetti... David A. Smith David A. Smith is a young british artist. His sculptures are elegant and […]Maria Rubinke "Danish-born Maria Rubinke's small porcelain figures are reminiscent of the illogical […]Alessandro Brighetti Ferrofluid Sculptures by Alessandro Brighetti: "Using electromagnetic stimulation […]Folds FOLDS is an incredible installation by David Mesguich and Valentin Van der […]Smiley skull Smiley Skull, by Meinbert Gozewijn van Soest... [via sympathy for the art gallery] Clown Skull Clown Skull, by Vik Muniz (from the Relic series, 1989). Roger Reutimann "Death of venus" is inspired by the iconic painting "The birth of Venus" by Sandro […]Jud Turner’s Lotus Eaters Jud Turner's latest sculpture, Lotus Eaters: "My latest sculpture, 'Lotus Eaters', […] Tags: art, Rebecca Stevanson, sculpture, skulls Trackback from your site.