FROM WASTE TO ART
FROM WASTE TO ART

October 2016; This was a symposium that I took part in. The theme was "from waste to art", meaning that each of the participants where to use materials found of dumping grounds, recycling stations and junk yards in order to create different kinds of art works. IN my case I chose to use metal as material, found on the junk yards. Through meticulous material manipulation, I sculpted a form that in my mind depicts a certain kind of still frame of a cyclic flow of energy, which directs matter through space and time, reoccurring in nature and cosmos. 

CULTURAL CRAFT FESTIVAL 2015
CULTURAL CRAFT FESTIVAL 2015

During "Tbilisoba" - the yearly cultural festival in Tbilisi, Georgia, I was commissioned to make a sculpture. I chose an archaic sculpture of a deer, and created a structure, trying to capture the invisible plasticity, which is fascinating to me. Hand made sculptures, crafted a thousand years ago, which are marvelously sculpted in terms of symmetry and elegance of form, makes e wonder, how did those people saw these shapes and proportions. 

TBILISI POSTCARDS
TBILISI POSTCARDS

A Publishing company in Tbilisi. Georgia asked me to create illustrations of significant landmarks of the Capital City. This is the way I decided to visualize these. 

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FROM WASTE TO ART
CULTURAL CRAFT FESTIVAL 2015
TBILISI POSTCARDS
CLAUZUR.png
FUTURE MODELING.png
FROM WASTE TO ART

October 2016; This was a symposium that I took part in. The theme was "from waste to art", meaning that each of the participants where to use materials found of dumping grounds, recycling stations and junk yards in order to create different kinds of art works. IN my case I chose to use metal as material, found on the junk yards. Through meticulous material manipulation, I sculpted a form that in my mind depicts a certain kind of still frame of a cyclic flow of energy, which directs matter through space and time, reoccurring in nature and cosmos. 

CULTURAL CRAFT FESTIVAL 2015

During "Tbilisoba" - the yearly cultural festival in Tbilisi, Georgia, I was commissioned to make a sculpture. I chose an archaic sculpture of a deer, and created a structure, trying to capture the invisible plasticity, which is fascinating to me. Hand made sculptures, crafted a thousand years ago, which are marvelously sculpted in terms of symmetry and elegance of form, makes e wonder, how did those people saw these shapes and proportions. 

TBILISI POSTCARDS

A Publishing company in Tbilisi. Georgia asked me to create illustrations of significant landmarks of the Capital City. This is the way I decided to visualize these. 

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