Alisa Lariushkina a Swedish artist continues to experiment with polymer air-dry clay in fresh and fascinating ways. She masterfully turns an array of Japanese air-dry clay into high-relief depictions of lush bucolic scenes inspired by famous painters such as Vincent van Gogh and Claude Monet.

“I’m a self-taught artist, been working with air-dry polymer clay for about six years in my technique,” The website gets an explanation from Lariushkina.”Each piece of clay I form with my hands and then glue the pieces together.  I make figures ornaments basically in animal themes and also recently I started making framed landscapes.” Instead of using painterly strokes, Lariushkina molds vivid polymer clay into a bent, wavy, and flowing lines with her sculpting materials. She builds a dense world of complexity and texture by stacking these polished parts together.

Some of the framed pieces are original compositions influenced by her natural scenery and photography while others are based on well-known paintings. By recreating these outdoor locations in her distinct style Lariushkina turns real-life scenes into tactile dreamscapes. In her clay universes, clouds become solid white dollops and flowers become small pastel-colored coils.

Lariushkina’s Etsy store sells original art and prints and you can keep up with her new creations by following her on Instagram.

Alisa Lariushkina uses air-dry clay to produce incredible works of art.

She sculpts clay into expensive flowing forms that mimic lines to create scenic landscapes.

More information about how Lariushkina creates her clay art can be found in the following videos:

 

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Source of the information: My Modern Met
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