by sabine7 / September 6, 2007
Dustin Yellin’s works are a mix of drawing and sculpture, as the artist casts layers of drawings in resin. At first it may be easy to mistake these encapsulated artifacts for insects or flora, in amber perhaps, but in fact these are acrylic or India ink drawings layered on top of each other (sometimes as many as 200) in precise formations to build up the volume. Seen from the side, the sculptures take on a different aspect than when seen head on.

Artist: Dustin Yellin
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Arboreus Christalus
Puncatus Nolan


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