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|12 W × 38 H × 10 D cm
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This limited edition sculpture, crafted in 2016 by Jivko Sedlarski, captures the modern essence of the human form. Constructed from bronze and mounted on a granite sickle, it stands at a height of 37cm, with a width of 12cm, and weighs 5.00 kg. The sculptor's work explores the interplay of silhouette, art, and the feminine form, drawing inspiration from contemporary fashion. This piece is part of a restricted series of 50, making it a unique addition to any collection.
The mind and imagination of Jivko Sedlarski are in constant ferment. His sources of inspiration are multiple. A fan of contemporary art, he creates his works (paintings, sculptures, installations) from the most diverse materials, from the most "classic" (paper, cardboard, gouache, acrylic, granite) to the most unexpected (steel, resin, plastic, women's tights, electric light, human body). If he does not wait for commissions to implement his inspiration, he knows how to put his talent to good use to respond to all requests that aim to integrate art into our living environment, whether through commissions public: public squares (Bonneville la Structure), rivers (Entre Terre & Eau), establishments (Geneva library, Rennes station) or private commissions: granite sculpture at the edge of a swimming pool (Le Cube), metal tree in the middle of a forest (Le Grand Arbre Bleu), stylized fireplace in a house. The possibilities offered by Contemporary Art and the inspiration of Jivko Sedlarski are limitless! Whether you have an idea or not, come visit him and talk to him about what you like, your tastes, your feelings, your projects, your perception of art, the place you want to give it in your life and how. He will welcome you with generosity, guide you and devote all his energy and sensitivity to creating the work of art that will give you the greatest emotion. Emmanuel Frin