3 Aug 2009
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Soo-Jung Kim, finalist

Nominated by Robert Graham

Virginia Tech State University, School of Visual Arts

Blacksburg, Virginia

Hope, 16" x 22", black ink

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on 3 Aug 2009 4:33 PM

This is a case where the title provokes all sorts of possibilities. Very Nice

on 3 Aug 2009 8:09 PM

very nice work!

on 13 Oct 2009 7:49 AM


I hop products my Wall sculpture art (or sell it).

Wall sculpturing art is a subject to fixed standards and measurements but here our artist has another imagination where he used thickness not exceed than one centimeter with different width and heights.

 Here creativity appears because it transmits the viewer to a live wall sculpturing through the reflected light on work, so it gives unreal deepness (sight Illusion).

The artist used this new technique that was originated by nature since 1982 in his earliest shape until it reached spontaneously to what it is now.

To see my art work visits my website:


Email: artahmedshalaby@hotmail.com



Jesus / m.d.f wood / 25*35*0.6 cm

Horses struggle / m.d.f wood /60*120*1 cm

Love and tender / m.d.f wood /90*100*1 cm

kostadin wrote
on 29 Oct 2009 2:50 PM

Your drawings are incredible!Soo much details and intricate parts to look at too.

henrick wrote
on 22 Jan 2010 3:51 PM

Light and shade has come together in this picture "poetically",  to beautifully express a feeling, almost unexpressionable in words. 

Hiva wrote
on 17 Sep 2010 3:22 AM

veryy nice.i love this pic