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The quill (from my exhibition) by Antanas

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The quill (from my exhibition) by 




The woks exhibited represent the linkup of two artists, a photographer and a sculptor. Such an attempt to blend two spheres of art is really innovative and a bit unexpected. There had been few who were successful in such an attempt. Both authors, blending their art by the means of the photo art, are the winners. Sculpture, as such, is rather a static art, sometimes “performing” in a specific, sometimes artificial, environment. However, the means of the plastic photography, seemingly, make the sculptures movable, dynamic; they make you feel the sculptures are moving. They become alive, start moving and react both to the environment and the views captured by the photographer. I would like the viewers also note the colour solutions of the photos, aimed at the strengthening of the overall impression of the imagery. The original blend and overlapping of two arts let see the impressive plastic metaphors, giving birth to various associations.



  • gabryshak
    gabryshakalmost 7 years ago

    LOVE this… she is definately alive now!

  • hilarydougill
    hilarydougillalmost 7 years ago

    Another awesome piece of art. The collaboration works really well..

  • Christina Martin
    Christina Martinalmost 7 years ago

    fantabulous!!! :)

  • Keeli
    Keelialmost 7 years ago

    Very unique. A splendid marriage of these different art forms. Pleasing to the eye and the imagination ;-)

  • Nicholas Averre
    Nicholas Averrealmost 7 years ago

    Wonderful work Antanas, beautiful !

  • melynda blosser
    melynda blosseralmost 7 years ago

    wonderfully done, great colors, verycreative

  • nmbrplus
    nmbrplusalmost 7 years ago

    This is awesome work Antanas; I love the blending of the arts….well done!

  • daffodil
    daffodilalmost 7 years ago

    Incredible! Another wonderful and fantastic picture, the statue seems to be alive …

  • TonyLegg
    TonyLeggalmost 7 years ago

    excellent work — good luck with the exhibition.

  • LocoCow
    LocoCowalmost 7 years ago

    Great Piece, again, love the combination… The colors work well together…

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