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Faced with, the contemplation of the form, and especially of the artistic form, is not a state of passivity, a simple gaze, but requires an active process of interpretation.
Starting from the premise of plastic creation as a continuous questioning of representation, in this sculpture a three-way dialogue is established between nature - the model that poses for the sculpture - the artist and the material with which the sculpture is formalized .
In this piece the artist takes as a reference the body of a pregnant woman to convey the state of calm and peace, as well as the hope of the new life that is to come.
A piece of simple lines, with a subtle modeling of the form that brings us closer to the most essential nature of the human being.
Faced with, the contemplation of the form, and especially of the artistic form, is not a state of passivity, a simple gaze, but requires an active process of interpretation.
Starting from the premise of plastic creation as a continuous questioning of representation, in this sculpture a three-way dialogue is established between nature - the model that poses for the sculpture - the artist and the material with which the sculpture is formalized .
In this piece the artist takes as a reference the body of a pregnant woman to convey the state of calm and peace, as well as the hope of the new life that is to come.
A piece of simple lines, with a subtle modeling of the form that brings us closer to the most essential nature of the human being.
Faced with, the contemplation of the form, and especially of the artistic form, is not a state of passivity, a simple gaze, but requires an active process of interpretation.
Starting from the premise of plastic creation as a continuous questioning of representation, in this sculpture a three-way dialogue is established between nature - the model that poses for the sculpture - the artist and the material with which the sculpture is formalized .
In this piece the artist takes as a reference the body of a pregnant woman to convey the state of calm and peace, as well as the hope of the new life that is to come.
A piece of simple lines, with a subtle modeling of the form that brings us closer to the most essential nature of the human being.
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Matrioska Sculpture

Adrian Arnau

Spain

Sculpture, Clay on Ceramic

Size: 18.1 W x 14.6 H x 9.8 D in

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Faced with, the contemplation of the form, and especially of the artistic form, is not a state of passivity, a simple gaze, but requires an active process of interpretation. Starting from the premise of plastic creation as a continuous questioning of representation, in this sculpture a three-way dialogue is established between nature - the model that poses for the sculpture - the artist and the material with which the sculpture is formalized . In this piece the artist takes as a reference the body of a pregnant woman to convey the state of calm and peace, as well as the hope of the new life that is to come. A piece of simple lines, with a subtle modeling of the form that brings us closer to the most essential nature of the human being.

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Sculpture:Clay on Ceramic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18.1 W x 14.6 H x 9.8 D in

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Facing plastic creation as a continuous questioning of representation, the contemplation of form, and especially of the artistic form, is not a state of passivity, a simple look, but requires an active process of interpretation. Starting from this premise, in sculpture a three-way dialogue is established between nature - the model that poses for the sculpture - the artist and the material with which the sculpture is formalized. In this sequence, the sculptor questions his own way of analyzing the figure and, therefore, his way of expressing the emotions transmitted by natural forms while the matter takes shape in his hands, returning reflections of those emotions. Thus the sculpture is not a replica of the model but a composition of forms that express the sculptor's plastic reflections.

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