Arendt on PCDaily

This 9″ tall polymer and porcelain Pompon from Berlin’s Angelika Arendt is the latest in her series of intensely composed and brightly colored sculptures.

Angelika moves with ease between exquisitely detailed drawings on paper to glass to room-sized plastic compositions. Her vision moves from medium to medium easily. In the polymer pieces there’s a sensuous quality to the color gradations of the changing shapes that tempts you to run your fingers over them. Pompon translates as “bobble.”

If you sometimes wonder how polymer is faring in the larger art world, visit Angelika’s site, her Flickr pages and Tumblr.

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  • reply Jane Rieck ,

    Here drawings are wonderful! XOXOXO

    • reply Lorrene Baum-Davis ,

      Amazing. I just want to run my hands over it and see all around. Thanks.

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