“Marble Curtain” was constructed initially at the Smithsonian in 2003– out of a multitude of shaped marble puzzle pieces all converged together and suspended from the ceiling to become one large, gorgeous installation. The jigsaw style of linking made the structure self supporting, with only a thin layer of resin on the inside to keep the integrity strong and safe for visitors to take a look.

Michael Kukla made these amazing sculptures. He wants to create organic surfaces by drilling and grinding out cellular-like structures in marble or plywood slabs. Very impressive work.