Wolfgang Sandt, German artist with a love for Italy, works mainly with stone but also with wood and several other materials, integrating also objéts trouvées in his sculptures. His works are as well representational as non-figurative.
For many years he has been occupying himself with the theme of `fragility`, questioning the importance of seemingly unchanging values and realities. One result of this research are his `fragile stelae`, long, slender, elegant and always on the rim of breaking : `The artist always has to go to the extremes.`
Sculpture: 'Fragile Stele IV (Vertical stone abstract Minimalist garden sculpture)' by Wolfgang Sandt
Stone Stele Abstract Garden Tall Thin sculptures or Stone Yard Post Modern Commission statues made from black Norit a magmatic stone created from the lava of a volcano millions of years ago for sale or Commission.
Norit is extremely hard. Every attempt to carve it is a real challenge for the sculptor.
Fragile Stele IV can be seen as a geometrical, architectural sculpture but resembles as well the archaic Moais from the Easter Island.
For many years I have been occupying myself with the theme of transition, change, vulnerability, fragility, questioning the importance of seemingly unchanging values and realities. One result of this research are my fragile stelae, always taking a little bigger risk while going to the extremes.
250 x 50 x 60 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 8 ft 2 2/5 in x 1 ft 7 2/3 in x 1 ft 11 2/3 in
Fragile Stele IV (Vertical stone abstract Minimalist garden sculpture)
Partially polished, partially slightly rough
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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Peter de Sausmarez.
Although it seemed a daunting project to commission a sculpture on the internet with a tight deadline, Plamen Dimitrov in Bulgaria made it as easy as possible for me in Brazil by producing a series of little clay sketches after each email and sending photos it seemed by return. He worked round the clock and was incredibly intuitive with his understanding of what I wanted. This was despite an 8 hour time difference and having poor English as our common language. He w... [Read more]
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