Incorporating the concepts of biomorphism
into a seventh-grade clay project proved to be a fun and exciting venture for both my students and me.
in architecture: Speculations on growth and form.
Through sculpture Hepworth explored the ideas of biomorphism
. (71) Women artists through their art not only gained freedom but validated their own identity.
Her works are a confident and bold combination of biomorphism
Shapiro often tests our reading of shape by positioning his sculpture somewhere between biomorphism
and pure abstraction, and nowhere is this done better than here.
wasn't the only trend going, Stayton acknowledges.
The section on abstract sculpture offers an informative discussion of the biomorphism
and fantasy noted in the works of Arp, Moore, Hepworth, Miro and Lipschitz contrasted with the geometric and rational constructions of Smith, Archipenko, Snelson and Kelly.
"A Boschian brew of lurid S&M, hallucinagenic TV Transmissions and biomorphism
run amok." J.
Despite its modest size, this little kindergarten in southern Japan is a highly eclectic combination of biomorphism
, colour and symbolism, intended to stimulate and nurture the imagination of its young users.
manifested itself as low-lying networks of buildings hugging the ground and spreading out like vines.
, a style developed by Jean Arp in Europe about 1916, built on organic shapes --eggs, leaves, rocks--and appealed to the Surrealists' search for primordial realities.