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Sculptures par Format
Little girls dream of taking care of animals, why not little hippopotamuses? Perfect for them the curves of this mother on which they can play in complete safety. Contrast between the benevolent and attentive immobility of the mother with the playful agitation of the children. Sculpture all in roundness and softness Silver nitrate patina
The care that elephant groups take in the education and protection of baby elephants is well known. This matriarch avoids a fall to her little one with tenderness and humor. Everything that should preside over the education of our little ones, us men! The position of the elephants is reinforced by the shape of the promontory which evokes a bit of a wave....
Sophie Verger appropriates collections to the point of her astonishing true-false recumbent on the Museum's central patio, blurring the lines between myth, archaeological reality and contemporary creation. (Extract from the exhibition catalogue "Sculptures en liberté")
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 a "Bear and Fish" series that I continue to work on.
“The pendulum thrown,Our dazed staggers, stretches out his arms, and falls.He broke his nose, and everyone laughed." Jean-Pierre Claris de Florian I reinvented the fable. My baby elephants are under the supervision of a caring adult; They don't fall and have fun. Part of the series of acrobatic elephants.
Malanka is a traditional Ukrainian folk holiday.Both parents are the pillars around which children revolve. I used a warm, brown patina with lighter backgrounds. When modeling this sculpture, I thought of the children under the bombs, wishing them the next few days of celebrations.