Sculpted by Nature: Admiring Exquisite Details in Breathtaking Sculptures

Tree root sculptures have been captivating art enthusiasts for centuries, with their intricate beauty, and soulful expressions. These sculptures are a testament to the skill of the artist, who has an eye for detail and a deep appreciation for the beauty of nature. One such sculpture that has captured the hearts of many is the “Exquisite tree root sculptures that capture the essence of the soul”.

This sculpture is a masterpiece in its own right, with its intricate details and lifelike representation of a tree. The tree roots are skillfully sculpted to create a sense of awe and wonder, leaving the viewer in a state of tranquility and peace. The artist has managed to capture the essence of the soul in this sculpture, evoking a sense of calm and serenity that is hard to find in today’s fast-paced world.

Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

“I never start my driftwood work on an empty сanvas. Αll types of driftwood are already sculptures. The artists of those original sculptures are wind and waves. Α piece of wood always tells a story and I always think of its journey while keeping it in my hand. I often shorten or extend the contours and the curves into the shapes of faces which suggest a unique combination of nature and art.”

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Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

The faces that she creates depend on the shape of the piece of wood.

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Image source: Debra Bernier

Her creations often make the viewers feel connected to the natural world.

Most of her driftwood statues contain female shapes to symbolize the strength and the power of women.

The driftwood mermaid sculpture with a pregnant beɩɩy had been created to evoke ideas of both nature and motherhood.

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Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

The sculpture of a mother and ???????????????????? in a beautiful pink conch is an example for using clay and shells.

The rough and imperfect surfaces of her sculptures make us feel like they are ancient stuff. Bernier has a wonderful talent to сapture a wide range of emotions and human experience.

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Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

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Image source: Debra Bernier

The themes of her sculptures are love and connection, women, healing, ????????????????????ren, uncertainty and inner strength.

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