From sculpture… A muscular and strong man was swinging a hammer and chisel carving a big stone. And, the big stone was his body. You might be surprised by the behavior of the man in the sculpture. About self-made man statue IN BRONZE. It is called ” Self Made Man “. A man used stone to carve himself, carve his own character, carve his own future. This is a sculpture in which a male figure appears from a bronze statue. From the title is that man is in the process of creating himself. We can know a reminiscent story from Zoe. Her custom-made self-made man statue from Aongking was a birthday present for her father.
” Zoe knew that her father was now old enough. The sculpture can best express her gratitude to her father. The Father for their own growth, by example. The behavior of the father, like this sculpture. As time goes on, the body grows old. But, the spirit that stays, let a person (include the girl) admire more and more.”
A self-made man statue was created by Bobbie Carlyle. This bronze sculpture has become one of Bobbie Carlyle’s most successful works. Bold and provocative bronze sculptures are imaginative and dynamic. Carlyle created some of the most striking symbolic works in art today. Her work allows the viewer to explore multiple layers of meaning from their own perspective. Like the statue of”Self Made Man”, it would cause us to reflect on something about ourselves. So, touched me, touched Zoe.
When we first see this sculpture, we may think that this person must be very painful. We see him chisel his body bit by bit with the hammer, so we thought it would hurt. When we understand Zoe’s story of her father and her. It’s not, the process of Self Made Man is a process of learning, a process of self-achievement. The process is harder, the effect is better. We can see the man, there is only the expression of perseverance and courage, there is no pain. It’s just that we bring our own inner drama, and we impose this pain on this sculpture. Maybe another way of looking at this sculpture is that it represents the liberation of humanity from something. A metaphor for a person from the secular body from the physical shackles of liberation. Different people have different opinions about the sculpture. Her father showed her this and more…