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Lee Jae-Hyo Turns Ordinary Pieces of Wood Into Giant Sculptural Spheres

Posted By Tafline Laylin On November 13, 2012 @ 9:19 am In Art,carousel showcase,Design,Gallery,Innovation,Sustainable Materials | 1 Comment

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Lee Jae-Hyo’s work is on display in temporary and permanent collections throughout the planet – in cities as far afield as London [1] and Washington DC – and it’s easy to see why. Using nothing more complicated than wood, along with other simple instruments such as stainless steel nails, he creates larger-than-life sculptures that are dazzling in their scope.

In addition to these wooden spheres, Jae-Hyo makes furniture with a similar material palette, displaying a restraint and patience that few artists today possess. Please visit Jae-Hyo’s website [2] to get a better sense of his extraordinary range.

+ Lee Jae-Hyo [2]

Via Twisted Sifter [3]

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[1] far afield as London: http://www.albemarlegallery.com/artists/lee-jaehyo

[2] Please visit Jae-Hyo’s website: http://www.leeart.name

[3] Twisted Sifter: http://twistedsifter.com/2012/11/giant-wood-spheres-lee-jae-hyo-sculptures/

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