Lotte Thuenker is one of the international artists that work in Pietrasanta´s marble sculpture studios. She was born in Bonn, she studied in Berlin – and then worked in – architecture. Her works, sculpted in marble, lime stone and onyx, seem at once light and without gravity – and also as if they are in motion, ultimately finding their equilibrium in a single point. She says she finds her inspiration `in the movement of water, the hulls of boats and in the shipwrecks sanded by the sea, as well as in the four elements, and in the animal and plan...
Sculpture: 'Persische Frucht - Persian Fruit (Outsize Carved Black Indoor statue)' by Lotte Thuenker
Abstract Contemporary Modern Black Granite Stone Carved Exotoc Fruit/Peach Stone/Pit sculpture statue carving statuary For Sale for Outside Outdoors Exterior display in the Yard Garden or Terrace or Decoration in the House or Home, by the international Award Winning Sculptress Lotte Thuenker Whose work reflects her delightful and joyful personality. She Writes.... Abstract black sculpture, highly "_Polished Persian Fruit - in echo of a Peach Stone
Actually, this is the core of the fruit – the stone of the peach. The Greek found the nice name melón Persikón for the delightful fruit, the `Persian apple´, the Latin makes from it malum Persicum. Still today the botanical name leads the Persian in the name of, Prunus persica. Surprisingly there comes the plant from the family of the rose plants – typically for the stone core of the peach it is his thickens, very hard bowl, the deeply grained, furrowed surface, the division in two parts and the fine point … The structure of every core is always same, everybody has his own size, shape and form, however, the whole appears in endlessly many variations and Ausbildungen. The furrows are like a sort of fingerprints, they make every peach stone unmistakeable and unique … In the depths and cavities of the furrows still the treatment is to be looked to the black limestone. Tracks of whetstone and sandpaper, from rasp and diamond sponges prove all sorts of pudrige grey tones, create the impression of something soft. Fine scratches are to be seen where inside forms and outside forms go over in gentle curvatures in each other. The surface is in such a way, as if the wind had sharpened them brilliantly, the black of the Belgian blue stone looks resistant here and hard. Small mussels, snails and worms, but now and then also sea lilies or corals are to be recognised, from the cirque voucher time before 350 million years …
23 x 48 x 30 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 9 in x 1 ft 6 8/9 in x 11 4/5 in It is a statuette sculpture
Persische Frucht - Persian Fruit (Outsize Carved Black Indoor statue)
high polished and traces of rasp and sandpaper
Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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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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