At least you know it’s sturdy—barbed wire was the first manufactured fence able to restrain cattle.
The Barbed Wire Sculpture Of David Oliviera
Wire Sculpture by David Oliviera of Portugal.
Wire Sculpture by David Oliviera.
Wire Wolves bounding down a stair by David Oliviera.
Wire Sculpture (Imoto, 2012) by David Oliviera.
The Wire Sculpture Of Sophie Ryder
Wire Eye by Sophie Ryder.
Wire Rabbit in Yorkshire, UK by Sophie Ryder. Wound metal wire.
Wire Feet by Sophie Ryder.
Wire sculpture by Sophie Ryder. Rib cage is an old boxspring.
The World’s Best Wire Sculptures
Wire Sculpture (Configuration, 2009) by Barbara Licha. 3′ high.
Wire Sculpture (Mr. X 1 & 2, 2010) by Barbara Licha.
Born in Poland, in Australia since 1982.
Barbed wire sheep by Paul Byatt.
Ernie Poe uses coiled antique barbed wire for his sculptures. Since the age of 73, the former cattle rancher has built more than 300 barbed wire sculptures. grassrootsart.net
‘And Light Fell on her Face’ by Gavin Worth.
Barbed wire chairs at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art by Benni Efrat, 1999.
Barb Wire Bowl (I Am) by Diane Hansen of Minnesota.
Barbed-wire emus by Laurie Nilsen.
Elizabeth Berrien known as the Wire Lady.
Lazy Stretch by Jo Burchell, UK.
Wire sculpture by Alexander Calder.
Lots more here: www.calder.org
Coat Hanger Astronaut by David Mach of Scotland. Mach creates assemblages out of mass-produced objects. Most often these include magazines, teddy bears, newspapers, car tires, match sticks and coat hangers. www.davidmach.com