A Dutch artist working from Amsterdam Frans Muhren creates his sculptures from a variety of materials including wood, plastic and iron. He wants to “avoid clichés to create something that does not yet exist” and his use of color sets him apart. From mummies to athletes, from Cereberus, the three headed Greek guard dog to his Serpentine series, every one of his sculptures is visually appealing and wonderfully abstract. All the sculptures below are created from iron.

The King is Dead

The King is Dead

Sitting Mummy blue-orange

Sitting Mummy blue-orange

Balancing Mummy

Balancing Mummy

Cerberus

Cerberus

Bastard

Bastard

Serpentine Taurus

Serpentine Taurus

Serpentine Scream

Serpentine Scream

The Table of 2

The Table of 2

Let Me Think

Let Me Think

Free Throw

Free Throw


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A Dutch artist working from Amsterdam Frans Muhren creates his sculptures from a variety of materials including wood, plastic and iron. He wants to “avoid clichés to create something that does not yet exist” and his use of color sets him apart. From mummies to athletes, from Cereberus, the...