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I discovered at the flea market a very beautiful old photo of a Central Asian shaman wearing a bear skin, the animal's head covering his skull. I also remember a scene from a western by the Coen brothers “TRUE GRIT” in which we see a healer on horseback covered in bear skin emerge from a dark forest, a rather exceptional scene. These representations made...
A brown bear juggling with the product of his catch for his pleasure and that of his cubs. Entertainment is rare in Kamchatka. Few tourists to get their teeth into. The fish defies the laws of gravity, so hard on the sculptor! This animal bronze sculpture is part of the "bears and fish" series (which I have not finished exploring). Warm brown patina for...
A revisited version of FISHING IN KAMCHATKA, this sculpture tells an additional story. KAMCHATKA is the ARCADIA of bears, as the salmon resource is inexhaustible there. A fisch escapes : no big deal, the fisherman looks at the fugitive with amusement. He returns home with a determined step to feed his family, like the bear MARTIN of the fairy tales. A nod...
The rock I put down first turned into a fish.To each his own representation of the myth. For the bear, it's fishing and hunting to ensure its survival without asking philosophical questions, a Sisyphus who ignores himself. This sculpture is part of "the bear/fish" series that I continue to work on.