Kinetic Study 31 (The Greenwood Tree),
edition of 12,
Resin, copper and brass,
approx. 60 x 45 cm,
About the sculpture
This piece is one in a series that is about contrast and duality. The very solid, grounded and definite figure of the resin base gives support to the more ephemeral, complicated and less certain mobile structure. The two parts give sense and purpose to each other, perhaps in the way that two people might, or even in the way two facets of an individual personality might.
About the artist
Now living and working in Bath, Edward has a degree in philosophy from Bristol University and in his kinetic sculptures he explores ideas of fragility and strength as well as balance and resolution. Drawing inspiration from the natural world and the human figure, his work is often suggestive of botanical or skeletal structures. The elegant, fluid forms express a sense of harmony and rhythmic energy, coupled with a feeling of tranquil equilibrium.
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