29 Apr '17, 9pm
Love these works Artist Kate MccGwire Creates Fluid Sculptures from Thousands of Recycled Feathers
It's hard not to be completely taken by artist <a href="http://www.katemccgwire.com/">Kate MccGwire's</a> stunning sculptures. Fluid in form, yet almost frozen in time, these beautiful works of art have been painstakingly created from tens of thousands of <a href="http://inhabitat.com/chicken-feathers-could-be-used-make-stronger-plastics-no-foolin/">feathers</a> from all flocks of life. Working from her studio in <a href="http://www.inhabitat.com/london">London</a>, MccGwire gathers feathers from everything ranging from pigeons, crows, ducks, magpies and more to create site-sensitive sculptural pieces that gleam with a mystical and hypnotic beauty.