Large Famous Outdoor Garden Bronze Man Thinking in Sitting on a Hand SculptureJason2023-07-27T05:10:17-04:00
Large Famous Outdoor Garden Bronze Man Thinking in Sitting on a Hand Sculpture
Take a look at our sculpture if the man thinking in sitting on a hand. This large outdoor sculpture is full of artistic sense. The man was sitting on one hand, thinking quietly. He must be thinking with his head down. His chair was a huge hand. This bronze man thinking in sitting on a hand sculpture is the work of artist Lorenzo Quinn. Add more style to your garden by placing this artful sculpture in your garden.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
Man Thinking in Sitting on a Hand Details Description:
Most of Renzo Quinn’s works are sculptures of hands
Lorenzo Quinn is an Italian sculptor currently living in Barcelona. Lorenzo grew up in Italy and the United States. Quinn studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in New York, focusing on surrealist painting but eventually discovering his true passion was sculpture. Hands are notoriously hard to master technically. This is a big challenge for artists and sculptors. That’s because they have so many faces, so many angles, so many movements, according to the internationally acclaimed Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn. Just by pointing your hand in one direction instead of moving it in the other, it gives a completely different feeling. For Quinn, however, the value of mastering this complex art lies in the universality of the hand. Most of Renzo Quinn’s works are sculptures of hands. You can take a look at the man thinking in sitting on a hand sculpture.
garden man thinking in sitting on a hand
Quinn has mastered the language of “hand”
Having mastered the language of the hand, Quinn has created instantly accessible yet uniquely expressive public facilities that manage to communicate the most intangible elements of the human experience and convey complex messages through simple words like gesture touch, and connection. Each adversary represents one of the six human values: friendship, wisdom, help, hope, faith, and love. His sculpture is a timely celebration of the power of building connections rather than building walls and ramparts. Although race and gender are deliberately absent from his work, the author uses people of different ages to inspire the hands. Including the hands of a child Quinn himself and the hands of his 86-year-old mother-in-law, their hands were chosen to depict wisdom. You can take a look at the man thinking in sitting on a hand sculpture. If you are interested in it, welcome to contact us. We can also customize any sculpture you want.