Art work "Bowels in a Little Branch" by Nina Sloanne
Art work “Bowels in a Little Branch” by Nina Sloanne its an artistic work made in 2010.
It is an artistic montage after the dissection and dehydration of a small branch of Pyrus Bourgeana popularly known in Spain as a wild pear or pyrene, is a typical plant of the Mediterranean forest and is accompanying oaks, frequent in the margins of water courses in the West and Central zone of the Iberian Peninsula.
Nina Sloanne goal with this work is to unravel even the tiniest internalities and secrets that the plant kept inside.
Artists have always sought to represent nature, but this work overturns this idea, what the artist seeks is to discover what nature hides, unravel its most intimate secrets and show us the result that is truly of a natural beauty what excites
Art is in the natural and the artist shows it.
The result is a tremendously aesthetic work that exudes strength and natural beauty. The work reflects the serene beauty of nature.
It comes in the form of a picture that can hang on a wall.
Its gray colors contrasted with the black reliefs and the beauty of which nature is capable are revealed in this work of strong artistic expression.
If you are a lover of the natural, if you like the surprising things this is undoubtedly an artistic work that can not be missing in your collection.
It can also be that artistic touch to that work of construction of spaces that as an architect, designer or decorator you are carrying out.
A beautiful unique work.
Art work “Bowels in a Little Branch” by Nina Sloanne: Technical Characteristics
- Single Work
- Subsequent assembly to dissect and dehydrate a small branch of Pyrus bourgaeana.
- Dimensions 73 cm x 43 cm x 5 cm
- Approximate weight 3,100 Kg
- Author: Nina Sloanne 2010
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