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Claire Jackson is a Fine artist who is best known for her signature white twisting sculptures. She creates them using a smart plastic with a low melting point called Polymorph, which she heats up using a variety of techniques. She then sculpts them by hand giving the artworks an organic and natural feel rather tha… Read More
Claire Jackson is a Fine artist who is best known for her signature white twisting sculptures. She creates them using a smart plastic with a low melting point called Polymorph, which she heats up using a variety of techniques. She then sculpts them by hand giving the artworks an organic and natural feel rather than a manufactured one.
Due to the nature of the material, Claire is able to create intricate and detailed forms without fragility. The unique properties the medium, combined with her original approach to sculpting, means that every sculpture created is one of a kind.

“I often start my sculptures with a certain structural idea in mind or a particular concept that I wish to address. I am capable of creating very detailed and exact pieces with this medium, though sometimes during the process of sculpting my more abstract and organic pieces, the heated medium takes on a life of its own and I guide its form intuitively into an aesthetically pleasing art piece.”

As well as creating her polymorph biomorphic sculptures, Claire is professionally trained in many forms of painting, illustration and sculpture (from stone carving to metal work) and can craft artwork in a range of styles from abstracts to detailed technical drawings to best serve an art piece’s concept.

Most of Claire’s organic Polymorph sculptures are personal abstract representations of the natural world, though her artworks also take on a myriad of themes, inspired by microscopic imagery, cosmology, flora, fauna and the human mind.

“I am very passionate about art, science and nature, I often try to create one off pieces which try to bring these subjects together in a new and visually inspiring way.”

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