Christopher David White is a unique sculpture, and when you take a look at the pictures before you will know why we say he’s unique. You maybe won’t notice anything strange about these wood sculptures at first, but when you look closer you’ll see, they’re not wood at all!
Christopher David was born in Bedford, Indiana, and now this Virginia based American artist creates his stunning sculptures all by hand. The unique part is that all these sculptures are made of clay, White uses a decay theme in all his work, he likes to create pieces that look like deteriorating pieces of wood or rusted metal, that’s his thing and he does it well.
” Change is a constant reminder that permanence is the ultimate illusion,” writes the artist on his website. “It is through the creation of hyper-realistic sculpture that I explore the relationship between nature, man, and the phenomenon of impermanence ”
White showcase his work in an exhibition called ” Human: Nature” in Seattle, Washington. You can also check his art on a group exhibition in Gimhae, South Korea called ” Hyperrealism ” at Clayarch Gimhae Museum.