Daddazio`s subject and sculptural niche since 1992 has been and continues to be necktie sculpture (Contemporary Urban Primitive Art) in both bronze and mixed-media. He studies the necktie as an icon and symbol of Western culture, rather than a fashion statement. He is also the first artist in the four hundred year history of the cravat/necktie to make figurative and representational bronze sculptures of the necktie/cravat. An article in the Italian Magazine, Nodus, (Milano, 2000) describes him as the "Maestra di Trasformismo" (Di Simona P.K. Da...
Description: G.W., Jr. is a papiér maché necktie sculpture dedicated to jazz saxophonist Grover Washington, Jr., one of the first musicians to enter the jazz-funk scene: a musical style that fused jazz and soul music. The papiér maché was made from newspapers published at the time of his death; and, the marble base is trapezoidal and raked like a real stage, symbolic of the stages where he performed.
Dimensions Medium: Papiér maché...6 feet (183cm) Base: Black Marble ........Front to Back: 54 in. (137cm)........Front: W. 3 feet (91cm) x H. 22 in. (56cm)........Back: W. 26 in. (66cm) x H.17 in. (43cm) Total Height....................8 feet (244cm).
Description: The title of Tiecoon is a play on words and this sculpture is a tribute to the self-made millionaire. The necktie is configured into a raccoon, a highly intelligent and clever animal, and the title references a human who has raised himself/herself up from the bottom to be extremely successful. This sculpture stands alone, by itself without a base.
Description: Reclining Tie (bronze) references Henry Moore`s nudes, which were the inspiration for this sculpture and its modeling in plaster over a steel armature. TITLE: Reclining Tie MEDIUM: Solid Art Bronze DIMENSIONS: H.7" (18 cm) x L.12" (28 cm) PATINA: Hot Acid Signed and Dated EDITION: 20.
Description: Tie Geisha epitomizes the traditional icons of both Japanese and Western cultures: the Geisha and the Necktie. Both are imaginatively inter-related and captured in solid art bronze sculpture: the face is drawn from the knot; the wig is created from the inside parts of the knot; the obi, arm, sleeve, shaft of the umbrella, and the umbrella, are sculpted from the back of the necktie; and, the kimono is shaped from the front of the necktie. All colors follow tradition: a white face; a black wig; a red umbrella; a gold obi; and, a black kimono with white bottom. There is no other bronze sculpture in the world like Tie Geisha.
Size: 13 in (height) It is a figurine sculpture It is a statuette sculpture It is a 0.8 times lifesize sculpture
Description: Life-size Plaster Maqauette-to be cast in bronze Review: "Famine is, of course, like a Giacometti, scoured of metaphor.lt balances on the razor`s edge where the personal meets the universal. It`s direct and painful, but what it`s not about is despair: It`s a reminder that we are in control, and that the knowledge that 35, 000 children are dying every day all over the world makes us morally nervous. Daddazio`s work fits what critic Robert Hughes says about the work of German painter Anselm Kiefer: `A direct and ringing rebuke... it sets itself against [the] despair of saying anything authentic about history or memory`... " - Locker McCarthy - Darien News-Review.
Size: 22 x 22 in (height x depth) It is a lifesize sculpture
Description: These three bronze necktie sculptures are related by name, Spirit. Each piece was modeled in wax over burlap, and each piece is unique. The bases were hand cast in concrete and were made by Daddazio
Description: These are the original three representational bronze necktie sculptures that were created in 1992. They were modeled in plaster over a steel armature and cast in bronze using the Lost Wax Method at Pietrasanta Fine Arts Foundry in Soho, NYC: Repp Stripe; Repp Buff; Repp Textured. Forbes Magazine published an editorial on the artist and the representational bronze necktie sculpture Brown Stripe.
Description: Tie Saxophonist is one of the original figurative bronze necktie sculptures created in 1992. It was modeled in plaster over a steel armature and cast in bronze using the lost wax method at Pietrasanta Fine Arts Foundry in Soho, NYC.
'Tie Ballerina (I, II, III)' by Nicholas B. Daddazio
Description: A necktie configured into a ballerina in one of four different ballet positions.Nicholas Daddazio has an extraordinary immagination and ability to create action sculptures with the humble Neck Tie.here are examples of his ballerina sculptures
Description: These solid bronze necktie sculptures are mounted on black marble bases. They were commissioned and cast in August 2013 in New York, and the foundry used the Lost Wax Method. The Repp Stripe Bronze Necktie Sculpture was originally modeled in plaster in 1992 and is part of the original collection. The first Brown Stripe was profiled in Forbes Magazine.
'NAA Award/Trophy 1994-2004' by Nicholas B. Daddazio
Description: The Neckwear Association of America commissioned Daddazio to design and make their annual award/trophy to honor excellence in the men`s fashion industry at an annual awards luncheon in New York. Fifteen awards were commissioned annually from 1994 to 2004. Some of the recipients were Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfger, Kenneth Cole, David Chu, Jhane Barnes, Terry Lundgren, President of Federated Department Stores, and many others.
Dear Peter, Enclosed is photo of my lovely fox, placed into an area which I`m developing as a small bluebell and white birch woodland. I`m absolutely delighted with the sculpture! Would you please pass a copy on to Tessa (Hayward), with my thanks and very best wishes. Jenny
Mrs J. Gray, Hungerford Newtown, Berks, England, United Kingdom.