The Art of Sayaka Ganz

When a sculptor can make you feel a truth you’ve experienced, intensify your feelings, and shock your ‘vision’ into new ways of seeing, that’s transcendence. Her work is gorgeous.

That she is able to create organic lines, flow, and motion from inorganic shapes and planes is astonishing.

(I will never take a spatula for granted again.)

Go to Sayaka Ganz’ Portfolio

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6 thoughts on “The Art of Sayaka Ganz

  1. jenj

    Wow… those just embody motion. I keep expecting them to leap off the wall! Beautiful, in a way that spatulas usually aren’t!

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    1. Jane

      You totally cracked me up: “beautiful in a way that spatulas usually aren’t” hahahahahaha hehehehehehehe

      Seriously though – I know, genius, right?

      Reply

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