Hong Kong-based artist Johnson Tsang (featured previously) is a sculptor specializing in ceramics, stainless steel sculpture and public artworks. Tsang’s art mostly employ realist sculptural techniques with a surrealist imagination; integrating the two elements, human beings and objects, into creative themes.
On his active blog you can find many of his artworks including the process involved in creating each sculpture. It’s fascinating to see the skill, time and dedication each sculpture demands.
Below is a compilation of sculptural embraces by Tsang highlighting some of his figurative sculptures over the years that show two people embracing. The materials used include: stainless steel, stoneware and porcelain. To see more from Tsang check out his artwork at the links below.
1. Yuanyang II / 2002 / Stoneware
3. Kiss of Eternity / 2009 / Porcelain
4. Between Black and White / 2010 / Porcelain
5. Yuanyang / 2012 / Stainless steel
6. The Kiss / 2011 / Porcelain
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