Giant Waves of Wood and Glass by Mario Ceroli
Talented sculptor Mario Ceroli, who is called the most unknown of the most famous sculptors of the post-war Italy, for more than 40 years working in the field of art. During this time he has worked with all the possible uses of the material, but still prefer to work with only two: glass and wood. It is from these materials he created large-scale sculptural installations Maestrale and La Vague, depicting giant waves.
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Zaria Forman (b. 1982, USA)
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Svjetlana Tepavcevic (Bosnia/USA)
Contemplative, interpretive, and uniquely expressed, Svjetlana Tepavcevic’s work explores the world around her through detailed and long-term observation, and centers on how she relates to her subjects. The Sea Inside is a series of abstract black-and-white images exploring the energy, complexity and individuality of ocean waves. More than simply being photographic representations, the images are unique and subjective interpretations, imbued with Tepavcevic’s emotional connection to the sea. Tepavcevic’s work has been published in magazines throughout the world, and her prints are in the collection of corporate institutions, private collectors and museums, including the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston and the High Museum of Arts in Atlanta.
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