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Profile image of Edward FlemingEdward Fleming carves and teaches realistic human figurative sculpture and also abstract sculpture in marble and limestone through direct stone-carving. His work is traditional in technique and attention to anatomical detail but his subjects are contemporary. Fleming creates both self-directed and commissioned sculptures. He is a licensed Architect and has been making stone sculpture since 1993. His art education derives from 20 years of working and apprenticing with master carvers and other artists in Italy and the United States. Edward Flemin...

Sculpture: 'Infinite Possibilities'
by Edward Fleming

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Limestone and Bronze Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Edward Fleming titled: 'Infinite Possibilities'
Limestone and Bronze Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Edward Fleming titled: 'Infinite Possibilities' - Artwork View 1 Limestone and Bronze Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Edward Fleming titled: 'Infinite Possibilities' - Artwork View 2 Limestone and Bronze Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Edward Fleming titled: 'Infinite Possibilities' - Artwork View 3 Limestone and Bronze Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Edward Fleming titled: 'Infinite Possibilities' - Artwork View 4 Limestone and Bronze Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statuary sculpture by sculptor Edward Fleming titled: 'Infinite Possibilities' - Artwork View 5
Sculpture description:
This is a collaborative piece I made with American bronze sculptor CT Whitehouse. Please see Artist comments.
Artist's comments:
I have long admired the elegant work of bronze sculptor CT Whitehouse. For some time we`ve talked about the idea of working together on sculpture and this is our first collaborative piece. CT`s vessel, titled, "Infinity" is held by my stone hand which is supported by and part of my neo-classical base. The title reflects the potential limitlessness of creative collaboration which, with the right combination of people and intention, can be manifest in virtually any endeavor. Through this collaboration, we`ve created work that expands and ennobles our respective art forms. The first sculpture, "Infinite Possibilities" is well titled for both this work of art as well as the future of our collaboration. CT and I develop design ideas through dialog and drawings. When a design is polished and agreed to, the process of making the sculpture begins. At his studio, Whitehouse meticulously creates the bronze vessel that will rest in the stone. This is a multi-stage process that begins with shaping and carving clay, on through orchestrating all the steps of the foundry process. Once completed he sends the cast bronze, without patina, to me. I then begin the painstaking process of fitting the complex shape into the carving block. When that work is completed and the bronze vessle rests snugly in the stone block, I then proceed with carving the balance of the sculpture in stone. When the carving is finally completed, I return the bronze to Whitehouse who then applies the patina finish. The final bronze and the final carving are then reunited to create the complete sculpture.
Dimensions/size: 2 ft 9 in x 11 in x 8 in (height x width x depth)
approx: 83.8 x 27.9 x 20.3 cm
Edition: one
Medium: Limestone and bronze
Sculptor: Edward Fleming [sculptor profile]
Price: Price on Application
Availability: No, artwork probably sold out
Category: Abstract Modern Contemporary Avant Garde Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines statuary both Indoor Or outside
Human Figurative Sculptures
Figurative Abstract Modern or Contemporary Sculptures Statues statuary statuettes figurines
Contemplative, Restful, Thougtful Sculptures
Mixed Media Sculptures, Statues Garden Ornaments
Column Pillar Columnar Stele sculpture statue statuary
Weight: 90 Kg / 198 lb
Title: Infinite Possibilities
Finish: honed and textured; patina
Recommended Usage: Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
Year: 2010
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