Suspended Wire-Mesh Sculpture

These unique artworks are unique and suspended (invisible with transparent fishing line) or wall-mounted, with signature and date.
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  • Nude girl sculpture made from metal mesh
    Girl torso made from mesh - TU year 2015

    ’TU’ 2015
    Large torso of a female body
    black colour finish, suspended
    Bronze Mesh, 80 x 38 x 21 cm

  • red female torso sculpture with shadow
    Unique torso sculpture in woven bronze-mesh

    ’CHROMA’ 2015
    Female torso in bright red finished bronze-mesh
    Dimensions 85 x 40 x 21 cm, suspended
    Bronze Mesh, 85 x 40 x 21 cm


  • transparent male back torso with shadow
    Male torso-sculpture from wiremesh

    ’ASPRO’ 2015
    Large back male torso sculpture
    black colour finish, suspended
    Bronze Mesh, 87 x 41 x 15 cm

  • Silver Angel sculpture located in a church
    Suspended sculpture of an angel at Canterbury Cathedral

    ’LUNA’ 2010
    Androgynous angel sculpture in a compelling raw tin finish.
    Some photos show the sculpture at Canterbury Cathedral.
    Alternatively to suspension the artwork can be suspended in a grand metal easel (optional)
    Steel Mesh, 97 x 106 x 20 cm


  • ’UPSIDEDOWN’ 2011

    Composition of two reclined bodies - female front and male back
    raw tin finish, suspended horizontal or vertical
    Steel Mesh, 37 x 97 x 15 cm

  • Buddha-face with shadow projections, fine art sculpture
    Buddha Portrait/Face as a hanging sculpture in bronze

    ’BUDDHA HEAD 5’ 2013
    Portrait of a Buddha face in bronze-mesh, suspended
    61 x 37 x 20 cm





    See also: Buddha-Bar sculpture ’TRANSCEND’

  • ’NUUDIS’ 2011
    Large double figure composition comprised of a female and a male figure
    Bronzemesh Sculpture, suspended
    150 x 80 x 19 cm



    Similar: ’ICONII’ 2009

  • Hand-made sculpture from wiremesh - girl torso
    Black figure of a nude girl in wiremesh

    ’FLEXIX’ 2015

    Small torso of a female front body
    black colour finish, suspended
    Steel Mesh, 34.5 x 16 x 10 cm


My sculptures have no palpable substance or surface. At first glance they appear to be a metallic membrane but when you take a closer look they are not even a skin. They are in fact a delineation of surface and form, modelled and drawn in three-dimensional space.
David Begbie