abstract art sculpture parallel worlds

Abstract art sculpture Parallel worlds

made of scrap metal parts

Painted with transparent varnish for anti-rust protection

Dimensions: 30×30 x 80cm height, 25Kg with package

Can be created on custom dimensions and design

The artwork shown in picture is not available. A similar will be created. Slight changes can be found.

Processing time: 5 days

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5-10 days in Europe

10-15 days to all the rest of the world

Watch a video on how this spire ball bearing art sculpture is made by the artist

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Abstract art sculpture parallel worlds

Abstract art sculpture parallel worlds

Abstract art sculpture parallel worlds

This abstract art sculpture named parallel worlds is part of a solo exhibition on the theme of  the “circle”.

This show took place in a gallery in Athens on December 2008. The artist’s intention was to symbolize the concept of parallel worlds by creating two intersecting half-circles. Each circle has its own elements within. This geometrical parallelism is a metaphoric expression of what could be parallel worlds. The material used in the metal sculpture “Parallel worlds” are metal, scrap parts and varnish (for rust protection)

Watch a video on how this spire ball bearing art sculpture is made by the artist

View more abstract industrial artworks by Giannis

A trend in painting and sculpture in the twentieth century. Abstract art seeks to break away from traditional representation of physical objects. It explores the relationships of forms and colors, whereas more traditional art represents the world in recognizable images.
Artistically, abstraction is important because it has freed artists from objective reality and allowed them to do two things: experiment with form and give more free reign to their imaginative selves
Characteristics of Abstract Art

Figurative art is characterized by partial abstraction. Even realistic art can have partial abstraction as well. But, all abstract arts makers use color, memory and visual sensation to show that reality is subjective – and that is probably the most important feature of abstract art

Abstract paintings can also be appreciated in terms of the individual elements of art: color, shape, line, texture, space, value, etc. An abstract artist’s skills lie in his or her ability to use colors and textures to their best visual strength and to create a sound composition from these elements.
Abstract art means the art is not representational but explores color and form. … For example, Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko are famous artists from the Abstract Expressionism movement. There are also many techniques involved in abstract art. For example, Rothko layered on his colors.
Weight25 kg
Dimensions30 × 30 × 80 cm