photo_2021-09-29_13-28-58 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-57 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-55 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-54 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-52 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-51 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-50 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-48 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-47 photo_2021-09-29_13-28-46 Jason Stieva Ghost Ship An artist spent 14 months creating a statue of a ghost ship Jason Stieva is a tattoo and assemblage artist whose work features various gothic-style skull and bone motifs. Jason says his art was inspired by architecture, art galleries, churches, cemeteries and catacombs, which he first saw while traveling in Europe in 1997. The artist has been working on his sculptures for more than 20 years. Jason says he collects objects for his work at various antique stores, garage sales, auctions, flea markets and even on the side of the road. One of the most impressive statues he has made is of a pirate ship called the Leviathan. The amazing piece of art is quite large, measuring 2.43 meters high, 2.28 meters long and 0.76 meters wide. It took the artist about 14 months. The amount of detail in the sculpture is incredible. Leave a Reply Cancel reply Continue with Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Δ This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.