211461 Thinker Thinker Thinker


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in Stone by Marcin Biesek No Artist Reviews
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One -off orginal stone sculpture .Sculpture that I recently made is an effect of my research in Modernism and Aztecs first sculpture. I used York stone for the first time, which I found to be a softer stone than marble, which metaphorically represents our fragile society. I enjoyed working with the York Stone. It allowed me to focus on textures, light and shadow during the process of carving in this type of stone. I did not want to focus on so many details or proportion as I was sculpting from the inspiration from Aztec sculptures usually carved with simplicity with deep meaning. My sculpture of a primitive thinker is a simply a confrontation with myself at present and a personal expression. Reflecting on many questions regards to art, sculpture, painting and other mediums that portray our society as a whole. One is sure that it is my personal expression my point of view.
W 4.00" x H 8.00"
W 10.16 cm x H 20.32 cm
Stone carved. Yorkstone.
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About the Artist

An aspiring Polish artist. Marcin works predominantly in the medium of painting and sculpting. He has been experimenting with sculptures working with materials such as wood since the age of twelve. He completed an MFA with distinction at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk, Poland in 2007. He has ...

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