Shaping spirits from driftwood: these nature-inspired sculptures will blow your mind!
If you still think that magic doesn't exist, you must have a look at these fanciful creations by Debra Bernier. This artist skillfully embodies the spirit of nature into her hand-made wooden sculptures.
This woman is an enchantress and her amazing works prove it. Since childhood Debra Bernier admired the beauty of the nature that surrounded her and she is still eager to share this love with the world. She skillfully expresses her feelings in these mesmerizing sculptures.
Debra thinks that every piece of wood is already a work of art. That’s why she studies the shape and form of each piece so carefully.
The artist once said that "simplicity brings her more happiness than complexity". She hopes to share this with others. Well, we at QuizzClub got her message.
Debra's imagination is not limited to driftwood. Like a little girl she is still fascinated by such simple, yet beautiful things as sunbeams or sparkling water. She works with shells and stones, making her sculptures look like a magical fusion of art and wild nature.
Debra Bernier's works are available via her Etsy shop (see the link below).
QuizzClub granted permission to use photos by Debra Bernier.
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