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Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg

Figurative lace sculptures of women in moments of contemplation or work attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Hungarian artist Ágnes Herczeg. She was graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts and uses only natural materials of vegetable origin, such as yarns, threads, textiles, branches, roots, fruits and seeds, in her pieces, with a combination of various techniques of traditional handicraft.

More information: Website, Facebook, Pinterest (h/t: Colossal).

Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg
Lace sculptures attached to sticks and pieces of found wood by Ágnes Herczeg

Curated by Leandro Lima

CEO-founder of Visualflood. A Feira de Santana, Brazil-based amateur fine art photographer, among other things, who loves science, nature, visual arts, and has green as his fave color.

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