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Chinese Artist Creates Stunning Sculpture Reimagining Woman’s Hair As A Surreal Landscape

Published 2 years ago

Yuan Xing Liang is a Chinese artist who creates amazing surrealistic clay sculptures. The sculptures combine elements of nature, animals, and architecture to create stunning 360-degree works of art. The artist’s statues are inspired by traditional Chinese folklore.

Liang’s works are of incredible detail and most certainly require lots of patience create – some sculptures may take up to 3 months to complete. And we see why –  these unique pieces are crafted to the smallest detail – from the locks of hairs in the busts to the realistic emotions in the characters’ faces. Each of Liang’s sculptures is unique and handcrafted from clay.

Check out Yuan Xing Liang’s amazing sculptures in the gallery below!

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Yuan Xing Liang is a Chinese artist who creates amazing surrealistic clay sculptures

Each of Liang’s sculptures is unique and handcrafted

The sculptures combine elements of nature, animals, and architecture

Liang’s works are of incredible detail and require lots of patience to create

Some sculptures may take up to 3 months to complete

The artist’s statues are inspired by traditional Chinese folklore

These unique pieces are crafted to the smallest detail

Check out more of Liang’s amazing sculpting skills!

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