Wood Sculpture "I Refuse to Look" at made by Nina Sloanne
It is a wood sculpture made in 2010 by the Spanish artist Nina Sloanne.
It resembles a human being intentionally covering his eyes with his hands before an unknown situation or a one to arrive.
We do not know what causes this situation that makes cover the eyes in our image.
But with the world we live in, we can imagine many reasons to adore this attitude.
The work is made entirely in a single block of wood: “I Refuse to Look at”, it gives us clues that the situation from which the sculpture looks away should not be easy
It is a beautiful sculpture, sculpted entirety in a single wooden block of Ilex daphnogenea which is a tree of the holly family.
The work is presented embedded in a wooden base to increase stability.
A beautiful and very expressive piece that has an ethnic feel.
Its dimensions are one meter eighty seven centimeters high, its other dimensions are 25 x 25 centimeters.
A unique work of art, with a strong personality that will enrich your collection if you are an art lover.
As it will adapt to multiple styles of decoration if your interest is to put a very special piece in your home or if you are a professional in the sector at your customers' house or bussines.
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Wood Sculpture "I Refuse to Look at” made by Nina Sloanne: Technical Characteristics
- Single Work
- Ilex daphnogenea wood sculpture
- Sculpted entirety in a single wood block.
- Encased in a wooden base to increase stability
- Dimensions 187 cm x 25 cm x 25 cm
- Approximate weight 8,100 Kg
- Author: Nina Sloanne 2010
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