Manuel Garcia Calderon is an observer of nature, synthesized simple forms defining the creations of nature in his sculptures. Always try to uncover the hidden message of myths and symbols used in the dissemination of real art. Work with recycled materials in most cases, these are natural stones without mechanical treatment, recycling iron and other materials such as glass, copper, aluminum... The search for balance, harmony and perfection, makes it through all the forms of nature, from insects to human figures, all associated with myths and sym...
Found Objects Giant Neptune/Poseidon Torso sculpture, statue for sale for Outside in the Garden or outdoors in the Yard by the Pond or Lake or Sea Coast in Objets Trouves Plastic and Iron with serpentine eyes by the Exciting and imaginative Sculptor Manuel Garcia Calderon.
Neptune is the god of the sea. His brother Zeus reigns in heaven, on earth sends Neptune and Pluto in the underworld.
225 x 235 x 135 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 7 ft 4 3/5 in x 7 ft 8 1/2 in x 4 ft 5 1/7 in
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"I went to the woods because I wished to live deliberately,
to front only the essential facts of life
and see if I could not learn what it had to teach,
and not, when I came to die, discover that I had not lived." Thoreau