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22.000 x 35.000 x 22.000 cm.
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Orx And Vinn
Sculpture - Paint, Resin, Wood, Acrylic, Varnish
"What has no beginning and no end? What is free of corners and edges? What needs no frame or limitations? Is this music? A waterfall? The universe? Or even God?
It is the world of imagination. The imagination inspires our minds and lets us discover and see what we want to.
Look into our sphere and create your own world of fantasy!"
Dimensions (width x height x depth) including base: 22x35x22cm /8,7''x14''x8,7''
Year of creation: 2012
Certified single piece with the Orx & Vinn predicate
This work of art is personally created by Iven Orx and Aaron Vinn in their studio in Cologne. It is provided with a Certificate of Authenticity and signatures.
Group of works: SPHERE
With mostly abstract and partially concrete elements, impress these individually lockable round sculptures your environment. They quickly become the center of attention.
These sculptures illustrate the idea of Pythagoras that by the movement of of the sky a heavenly music would arise.
The ball is representative of the vault of heaven, the color application is representative of the music.
These works are moveable, free located in the base. The viewer has the opportunity to take influence on the effect of the object.
You buy a sculpture of the highest quality. The complex production process runs through several stages:
- Solid, cast sphere made of polyurethane as a carrier.
- Multilayer structure and paint application of high quality lacquers, acrylic and oil paint.
- Individually crafted and painted wooden base, for free placement of the sculpture.
November 4th, 2013
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