Vasile Moianu

Vasile Moianu

Vasile Moianu
Mai multe idei de la Vasile
SPANNER FISH by  mother and daughter team at www.sparksculptures.com. Sculptures created by welding salvaged and recycled metal. Inspiration comes from the unusual shapes offered by old tools and scrap.

SPANNER FISH by mother and daughter team at www.sparksculptures.com. Sculptures created by welding salvaged and recycled metal. Inspiration comes from the unusual shapes offered by old tools and scrap.

A stork with wings outstretched; ready for take off, or just flapping for fun? You decide...#rustic garden art

A stork with wings outstretched; ready for take off, or just flapping for fun? You decide...#rustic garden art

Butterflies ... Metal sculpture by TravsMetalCreations on Etsy

Butterflies ... Metal sculpture by TravsMetalCreations on Etsy

So cute! Jurustic Park, Marshfield, WI

So cute! Jurustic Park, Marshfield, WI

Image result for Welded Wrench Art

Image result for Welded Wrench Art

Письмо «Мы нашли новые Пины для вашей доски «metal art».» — Pinterest — Яндекс.Почта

Письмо «Мы нашли новые Пины для вашей доски «metal art».» — Pinterest — Яндекс.Почта

Metal Art Emu

Metal Art Emu

This is my favorite birdhouse. Would be perfect for a bougainvillea to grow on.

This is my favorite birdhouse. Would be perfect for a bougainvillea to grow on.

The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters (Australia), 2008 C-Print mounted on aluminum Gift of Patricia Bell, 2010 2010.49.1 Born in England and raised in Nigeria, Yinka Shonibare has explored the intertwined histories of Europe and Africa in his work. This photograph restages an18th-century etching, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, by the Spanish artist Francisco de Goya. Shonibare’s reinterpretation emphasizes reason’s vulnerability to irrationality when paired with a desire to conquer.

The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters (Australia), 2008 C-Print mounted on aluminum Gift of Patricia Bell, 2010 2010.49.1 Born in England and raised in Nigeria, Yinka Shonibare has explored the intertwined histories of Europe and Africa in his work. This photograph restages an18th-century etching, The Sleep of Reason Produces Monsters, by the Spanish artist Francisco de Goya. Shonibare’s reinterpretation emphasizes reason’s vulnerability to irrationality when paired with a desire to conquer.