Willard Wigan Sculpture Exhibition (UK) Reviews
Description:Micro Sculptor known for creating some of the world's smallest sculptures.
Newest Review: ... to me was at the Friar Lane Gallery in Nottingham city centre, which is a tiny gallery the size of someone's front room, so I did feel a little bit self-conscious at first, lol. All the works were dotted around the room in special containers: A tubular structure, rising up to the height ideal for the average human to see: the top is a clear perspex dome and within this was each sculpture. ... more
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by - written on 26/03/09 (Very useful, 285 readings)
Willard Wigan is, in my opinion, a genius. I had previously seen him on the tv programme 'This Morning', where he displayed some of his work and talked about how he does it. For those of you who have never heard of him, he is a 'micro sculptor', and you can see some examples at his website: http://www.willard-wigan.com/ He produces sculptures that cannot be seen with the naked eye, and the materials he uses for this include pieces of dust and spider's webs. The size of his works can measure less than a human blood cell, and this is around 1.5 microns : this measurement meant nothing to me, so when the chance arose ... Read the complete review
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