"3-D Brushstrokes"
by sabine7 / March 27, 2006


Artist James Roper works in such a wide variety of media that it is extremely difficult to choose just one to feature. But the colours and energy of his sculptural installations, such as 3-D Brushstrokes, are hard to beat. Roper made about ten origami flowers a day for three years to create Devotion, and likewise saved the masking tape he used for edges for about two and a half years to create the Masked Ball. Obsessive? Just a bit – lucky for us.


Artist: James Roper
+ jroper.co.uk

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Masked Ball

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Devotion (Mandala)

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Devotion


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