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Sculpture by Alan Harris British artist, paintings, oils, watercolours, pastel, mixed media and sculptures, landscapes, portraits, nudes, expressionism, contemporary art, modern art, figurative paintings, abstract paintings, conceptual art.
Series of sculpture Exploring Relationships of people and architecture.
These sculptures explore lifestyle amongst and in the world around us, where living things are often represented in an architectural way.
Humanity is responsible for architecture as we see it much of which has a lifespan of many generations. This footprint left by previous generations become integrated with society, often becoming historic places of interest.
The materials for this sculpture are opposite in their variety of tensions and qualities. however, they have been combined in a kind of form that grew to achieve harmony with the material.
W 16" x H 19" D11"
Media: mixed media
Surface: clay , plaster, wood..with hand-painted surfaces
W 40.00 cm x H 66.00 cm
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About the Artist
" My work is my life, each piece is like a diary of my emotions and feelings on my journey through time. " Born in 1950s London, Alan has always had a flair for being creative. He attended Strand Grammar where, like most schools of the time, academic discipline was paramount. “My intere...