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20 Artists Who Beautifully Transformed Emotions Into Sculptures

What some of us have believed to be true, like that Ancient Greek sculptures completely lacked color, is wrong. As it turns out, they were vibrantly painted with pigments made of natural ingredients. A sculptor is capable of pouring out their feelings, experiences, and beliefs into 3D works of art while adding their own twist to them.

The following works of art need no description to make us go through all the feels, and Bright Side thought of spicing up your day with access to a virtual art exhibit right at your fingertips.

1. Karl-Henning Seemann, Untitled

2. Zenos Frudakis, Freedom

3. Petrus Spronk, Architectural Fragment

4. John Buckley, The Headington Shark

5. Duane Hanson, Man on a Bench

6. Chen Pao-chung, Hippo Square

7. Lise Cormier, Mother Earth

8. Han Hsu-Tung, Chess

9. Hans-Jörg Limbach, Think Partner

10. Robin Wight, Wishes

11. Lorenzo Quinn, Love

Lorenzo Quinn, Support

Lorenzo Quinn, GAIA

12. Ervin Loránth Hervé, Popped Up

13. Sue and Pete Hill, Mud Maid

14. Gali May Lucas, Absorbed by Light

15. Bruno Catalano, The Travelers

16. George Lundeen, Departure

17. Olga Ziemska, Stillness in Motion: The Matka Series

18. Daniel Popper, Thrive

19. Eremia Grigorescu, Mihai Eminescu

20. Thomas Leroy, The Weight of Thought

If you could have a miniature of any of the sculptures above, which one would you choose, and why? Which of them do you think truly speaks to you?

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