Ulisses Santiago is an Artist, Writer, and Creative Director born in Brooklyn, New York, currently living in sunny San Juan, Puerto Rico. He is engaged in Ceramic Sculptures, Painting, Advertising and Video Production. He searches in his art the metaphysical zeitgeist in the human condition and its connection to the power of Nature. He creates Ceramic Sculptures, Abstract Landscapes Wall Reliefs, Abstract Art, Ink art, Post-modern figurative, Digital and Mixed media.
Sculpture: 'Tosca (Contemporary Opera Character sculptures)' by Ulisses Santiago
Modern Abstract Contemporary Opera Singer Tosca Ceramic unique statuette or statue fior sale for Indoors Inside the Home or Studio by the International Sculptor Ulisses Santiago. 9"x 7"x 6" Hand-Built Clay Sculpture; Electric Fired; Cone 4; Copper, Iron and Cobalt Oxides
Music, sound and movement can all be transpired through the tactile subtleties of clay. Tosca was an intuitive creation while listening to the famous opera.
9 in x 7 in x 6 in (height x width x depth)
approx: 22.9 x 17.8 x 15.2 cm It is a statuette sculpture
If you would like to contact us about this sculpture for any reason including commission discussion then please click the button below.
Or contact ArtParkS about this sculptor:
Or contact the artist / artist's representative via this website regarding this sculpture:
Or contact the artist / artist's representative via this website:
Request invoice, payment via Phone/Fax/Email/Post/transfer
(credit card/debit card, postal order, cheque and bank transfer)
Request invoice, payment via PayPal (PayPal account not needed)
"Transport costs will be calculated dependant on your location and the
location of the sculpture before a final invoice is provided - please
use the invoice button and we will not charge you until we have contacted you
with this information and you have consented to those terms.
Alternatively click on the Contact button above. - thank you
Peter de Sausmarez.
"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