From hunks of beechwood or maple, artist Ariele Alasko carves sculptural works that take the form of easy curves, ruffles, and squiggled strains. The elegant items play with distinction and unfavourable area and are assembled into summary compositions, whether or not as a smaller wall object or expansive mobile-style suspension. In a observe to Colossal, Alasko shares that she strives to sustainably supply all of her supplies, whether or not from native lumber yards or her personal property in Washington State. The artist holds a BFA in sculpture from Pratt Institute, and you’ll comply with her carvings on Instagram.
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