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  • The figures have a sculptural quality, while the landscape behind them shimmers with impressionistic light.
  • Thus, although made on the wheel, his work has a sculptural quality, but is always functional.
  • There's a sculptural quality to the scorched skeleton of the 1925 roller coaster, which closed in 1983.
  • Her collages have a sculptural quality.
  • He worked on a raised padded seam that was tapered on both ends and added a sculptural quality to dresses and jackets.
  • The result was a sculptural quality, said her daughter Meg Swansen, who is also a noted knitter and will carry on her mother's business.
  • Maloof's chairs, for which he is perhaps most famous, have a sculptural quality about them, yet are also very ergonomic, and austere in their simplicity.
  • Pieces are carved from a single block of basswood, allowing the carving to take on a sculptural quality through the interplay of mass and space.
  • Indeed, the images have a sculptural quality : not just because of their size but even more because of the modeling and shaping of Coplans's anatomy.
  • His work in the 1960s reflected the other end of the industrial spectrum, focussing on modern power generation plants, to which his photographs frequently conferred a sculptural quality.
  • Referred to as carrying a sculptural quality, Molzan's paintings are grounded within the practice of painting through the materials she uses, such as oil paints, canvas, linen, and canvas frame.
  • After moving to New Mexico in 1985, some of Dehn's painting began to take on a sculptural quality, as she began working materials such as clay and metallic substances into her paintings.
  • "There is a certain stillness, a sculptural quality _ that deadness or shell that burns from inside _ that is very Japanese and is projected in her work so much, " he said, talking of one similarity.