FLORALS BEADS AND LACE EMBELLISH WHIMSICAL FAUX TAXIDERMY AND ANATOMICAL SCULPTURES

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Florals, Beads, and Lace Embellish Whimsical Faux

Apr 21, 2020 · Based in Austria, Natalia Lubieniecka scours Vienna’s markets for antique objects, fabrics, and anatomical posters that eventually inform and meld into her peculiar sculptures. Whether it be a blush-colored heart enveloped in florals, a supine frog with exposed entrails, or a deceased bird covered in a lace bodice, her fantastical works speak to the fragile relationship between life and death.
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Florals, Beads, and Lace Embellish Whimsical Faux

Florals, Beads, and Lace Embellish Whimsical Faux Taxidermy and Anatomical Sculptures. April 21, 2020. 0. 5. Based in Austria, Natalia Lubieniecka scours Vienna’s markets for antique objects, fabrics, and anatomical posters that eventually inform and meld into her peculiar sculptures. Whether it be a blush-colored heart enveloped in florals, a supine frog with exposed entrails, or a deceased bird covered in a lace …
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Florals, Beads, and Lace Embellish Whimsical Faux

The sculptor tells Colossal that her interest in organs and bodies began after a visit to Naturhistorische Museum Wien, where she encountered taxidermy of birds, insects, and other animals. Her favorite piece, though, is her faux anatomical heart because it pushed her to expand her source material.
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Apr 21, 2020 · Based in Austria, Natalia Lubieniecka scours Vienna’s markets for antique objects, fabrics, and anatomical posters that eventually inform and meld into her peculiar sculptures. Whether it be a blush-colored heart enveloped in florals, a supine frog with exposed entrails, or a deceased bird covered in a lace bodice, her fantastical works speak to the fragile relationship between life and death.
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