“Everything Falling Through A Window View”
We’ve posted Gregory Euclide’s work in the past, but a commenter points to Euclide’s recent pieces, and they’re amazing. If Lori Nix is the De Vinci of miniature diorama, Euclide is the Picasso. We’ll post some of his pieces here over the next few days.
“Matthew Simmonds, an art historian and architectural stone carver based in Italy, has created a collection of exceptionally beautiful miniature spaces carved from stone. Having worked on a number of restoration projects in the UK – from Westminster Abbey to Ely Cathedral - his skills have been transferred into work of a much smaller, if not more intricate, scale. Hewn from large stone blocks (some of marble), the level of intricacy Simmonds has achieved in the architectural detailing is almost incredible. Capitals, vaults and surfaces all distort and reflect light in a very beguiling way”