Bronze Sculptures

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Pygoya Rodney Chang-phd, Bruce Naigles, Sculptor Indian, Sakhuja Sushil, Gabor Bertalan, Luc Bihan, Daniel Janssens, Venelin Ivanov, Michael Leyton, Stephanie Grimes, Alexander Efimov, Zoja Trofimiuk, Didi Petri, Mariam Hakobyan offering original Bronze Sculptures artworks.


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Bruce Naigles: 'Three Graces', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, undecided. The bases of the 3 figures lock together like a puzzle. They stand individually and are also available as such. ...
undecided - Sculpture
31 x 57 inches (78.7 x 144.8 cm)
Bruce Naigles: 'back against the wall', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
8 x 15 inches (20.3 x 38.1 cm)
Bruce Naigles: 'in the moonlight', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Romance.
Romance - Sculpture
9 x 10 inches (22.9 x 25.4 cm)
Sculptor Indian: 'Mother with five childern', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative.
Figurative - Sculpture
30 x 60 inches (76.2 x 152.4 cm)
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Sculptor Indian: 'Horse with 4 riders', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic.
Ethnic - Sculpture
24 x 20 inches (61.0 x 50.8 cm)
Sculptor Indian: 'artist with tribals', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic.
Ethnic - Sculpture
12 x 68 inches (30.5 x 172.7 cm)
Sakhuja Sushil: 'ladies musicians', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
12 x 48 inches (30.5 x 121.9 cm)
Sakhuja Sushil: 'artist with tribals', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic.
Ethnic - Sculpture
12 x 68 inches (30.5 x 172.7 cm)
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Sakhuja Sushil: 'mother and child', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic.
Ethnic - Sculpture
19 x 37 inches (48.3 x 94.0 cm)
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Sakhuja Sushil: 'Horse with 4 riders', 2008 Bronze Sculpture, Ethnic. village story horse with 4 riders...
Ethnic - Sculpture
29 x 25 inches (73.7 x 63.5 cm)
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Bruce Naigles: 'The seduction of Peer Gynt', 2006 Bronze Sculpture, Erotic. Depiction of the scene in Henrik Ibsen' s renowned play,' Peer Gynt'Three herd girls seduce the play' s main character, Peer Gynt, high up in the Norwegian mountains where they are looking after their animals during the summer months. ...
Erotic - Sculpture
8 x 16 inches (20.3 x 40.6 cm)
Gabor Bertalan: 'Double spiral', 2004 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract. Human form builded by the DNA- spiral...
Abstract - Sculpture
8 x 20 cm (3.1 x 7.9 inches)
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Gabor Bertalan: 'Vincent van Gogh', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. Portrait of the famous painter...
Portrait - Sculpture
12 x 12 cm (4.7 x 4.7 inches)
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Luc Bihan: 'Serenity', 2002 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. I'm a figment of Luc's imaginationA patina of spiritual radiationInspired by the impression of his second wife who stood by his side for 8 years in life. I was the second sculpture made by him in TorontoI represent a light life, floating, and coping canto....
, 2002
Portrait - Sculpture
8 x 25 inches (20.3 x 63.5 cm)
Luc Bihan: 'Breast Tree', 2003 Bronze Sculpture, Erotic. We've buried a lot of breasts on our climb to success. Let more than just our hands explore.  Build up from our centre core. It was our mothers, sisters, aunts, and daughters who ushered it away. No man can forget the day. That it took their women awayReach ...
Erotic - Sculpture
11 x 29 inches (27.9 x 73.7 cm)
Daniel Janssens: 'Rider', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Equine.
, 2005
Equine - Sculpture
5 x 40 cm (2.0 x 15.7 inches)
Venelin Ivanov: 'torso', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Figurative.
, 2005
Figurative - Sculpture
33 x 105 cm (13.0 x 41.3 inches)
Michael Leyton: 'Dark Theory', 1999 Bronze Sculpture, Architecture.
Architecture - Sculpture
100 x 75 inches (254.0 x 190.5 cm)
Stephanie Grimes: 'Addiction', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait. Any way you look at it, addiction is an ugly thing.  Have you ever had a friend or a relative who became dependent on drugs or alcohol?  If so, you know what I am talking about. You watched as this person whom you loved and respected turned into someone you ...
, 2005
Portrait - Sculpture
13 x 23 inches (33.0 x 58.4 cm)
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Stephanie Grimes: 'Buffalo Butte', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Landscape. Buffalo Butte is a bronze sculpture of a landscape abstraction.  At first view it appears to be a rock formation very simular to what you may encounter in the western part of the United States.  After further study of the sculpture, you may notice the buffalo( or rather the American ...
Landscape - Sculpture
18 x 10 inches (45.7 x 25.4 cm)
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Alexander Efimov: 'Girl', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, nudes.
, 2000
nudes - Sculpture
12 x 18 cm (4.7 x 7.1 inches)
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Alexander Efimov: 'Puppies', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.
, 2000
Animals - Sculpture
25 x 15 cm (9.8 x 5.9 inches)
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Alexander Efimov: 'Crab the Winner', 1995 Bronze Sculpture, Animals.
Animals - Sculpture
12 x 10 cm (4.7 x 3.9 inches)
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Alexander Efimov: 'Not Complete', 2000 Bronze Sculpture, Portrait.
Portrait - Sculpture
22 x 39 cm (8.7 x 15.4 inches)
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Zoja Trofimiuk: 'Mr and Mrs Trofimiuk', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Abstract. By juxtaposing human forms over coffins sculptor tries to postpone death. The piece is inspired by Rene Magritte coffins.Sculpture is part of upcoming Zoja Trofimiuk solo exhibition in November at Adam Galleries in Melbourne....
Abstract - Sculpture
50 x 25 cm (19.7 x 9.8 inches)
Didi Petri: 'Pregnant', 2004 Bronze Sculpture, Other. Pregnant woman with child...
, 2004
Other - Sculpture
5 x 30 cm (2.0 x 11.8 inches)
Bruce Naigles: 'untitled', 2005 Bronze Sculpture, Life.  So it is in the beginning, the easy mood of this mother in waiting foreshadows the coming of a peaceful son.These are 2 views of the same sculpture. The measurements and weight are approximate. . ....
, 2005
Life - Sculpture
5 x 11 inches (12.7 x 27.9 cm)
Mariam Hakobyan: 'Zebra Tamer', 2004 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
37 x 42 cm (14.6 x 16.5 inches)
Mariam Hakobyan: 'Wheel of Life', 1999 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
21 x 17 cm (8.3 x 6.7 inches)
Mariam Hakobyan: 'Gatesf Purgatory', 1996 Bronze Sculpture, undecided.
undecided - Sculpture
47 x 58 cm (18.5 x 22.8 inches)
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    Pygoya Rodney Chang-Phd - Rodney Chang, better known as the Internet's Pygoya, Webist, was the first digital artist to exhibit in Honolulu, back in 1985. He has exhibited around the world, including Paris, New York City, Chicago, Las Vegas, the U.S.S.R., England, Vienna, Budapest, Frankfurt, Australia, Seoul, Japan, China and India. His 1988 solo show at Shangahi Art Museum was China's historic first computer art exhibition. He organized India's first ever international digital art exhibition (1999). In the 1980s and 1990s he promoted his concept of Pixelism, or the conversion of pixels into paint, by hand and on canvas, to mirror (as art history) the digital quality of crude early low resolution monitor imaging. He also co-founded Webism, the art movement to create and exhibit art online for the sake of the global cyber-culture and audience. In the 1980's Dr. Rodney Chang gained national notoriety as NBC's Real People Show's "Disco Doc" - filmed dancing in his Honolulu dental clinic's discotheque reception area, complete with staff DJ. He danced on syndicated TV (NBC "Real People Show") around the world. The artist is also recognized in Who's Who in America and Ripley's ...

    Bruce Naigles - From a philosophical standpoint, all that we perceive in the world of form is an outer expression of an inner dynamic. Though my work is predominantly figurative, I find it to be the art of giving form to the formless; ideas, emotions, relationships, events. These are by their very nature intangible and essentially abstract, though they continually alter and effect our physical reality. We read them through our intuitive understanding of body language, much as snow blown about on a winter's day reveals the invisible movement and form of the wind. To 'clothe' these subliminal qualities in human figures and bring them forth in a sculpture, whether it be a simple figure inspired by a model's beauty or an allegory of our human condition, is the basic goal and driving force in my work. ...

    Sculptor Indian - Statement My works can be today appreciated all over the world directly and through top art galleries and designers from all four metros of this country. I spend hours interacting with top art galleries, designers, Page 3 people giving and taking feedback, which has helped me become a national artist who has now gained footage in the international arena. My work was recently very much appreciated by famous artist M. F. Hussain on his last visit to Satguru's and well known designer Jogi panghaal. I, Sushil Sakhuja, a self made artist, working in Tribal area with tribal people with Traditional arts. But for me "Art is more of Passion than Business". I have made brass-bronze my medium. Bastaar Art is gets its name from the tribal village of Bastar. Recently I received the top recognition in the world sculptors workshop held in Kunming, China in 2005, where I made my country proud by making headlines in the electronic and print media of China. Coming from a transport business family, it was not easy to deviate in to this world of art, where financial security was not guaranteed at that stage. For the family it was like leaving home ...

    Gabor Bertalan - CURRICULUM VITAE I WAS BORN IN SALGOTARJAN, HUNGARY IN 1956. I ATTENDED SCHOOL IN BUDAPEST. I LEARNED SCULPTURAL ARTS THROUGH PRIVATE CHANNELS, PARTLY IN HUNGARY UNDER THE DIRECTIONS AND WITH THE HELP OF ATTILA BOBALY AND JOZSEF SOMOGYI, AND PARTLY IN MENTON, FRANCE. IN 1996 I ATTENDED THE SUMMER ART ACADEMY OF THE UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED ARTS IN BUDAPEST. I HAD INDIVIDUAL EXHIBITIONS IN THE MADACH GALLERY OF SALGOTARJAN IN 1993, IN THE SERBIAN CHURCH OF BALASSAGYARMAT IN 1997, AND IN THE UJPEST GALLERY IN 2004. GROUP EXHIBITIONS: 1993: SZECSENY 1995: BUDAPEST, MENTON 1996: BALASSAGYARMAT, SALGOTARJAN, NAGYATAD 1999, 2000, 2003, 2005: SALGOTARJAN - SPRING EXHIBITION, OPEN-AIR SCULPTURE EXHIBITION 2000: CANNES 2005: NAGYATAD, NATIONAL EXHIBITION OF WOOD SCULPTURES SZECSENY, WINTER EXHIBITION - PRIZE OF THE TOWN OF SALGOTARJAN CURRENTLY I LIVE AND WORK IN BUDAPEST. INITIALLY I WORKED EXCLUSIVELY WITH WOOD. NOW THE MATERIAL OF MY SCULPTURES IS MAINLY WAX AND BRONZE CAST AFTER A WAX MOULD. MY THOUGHTS, FEELINGS AND THE PLASTIC FORMS GUIDED BY THE FORMER ARE FOCUSED ON TWO MAIN CONCEPTS: "NATURALNESS AND SIMPLICITY" ...

    Luc Bihan - Luc is an internationally known French sculptor, trained in San Francisco Art Institute. He has directed animation in both France and Canada and has supervised animation in China, North Korea, Poland, and Romania. As an artist, Luc feels art creation is a therapeutic meditative process, reflecting the subconscious and releasing inner thoughts and feelings. 30 years of clay sculpture Luc Bihan's interest is the relationship between the human and the organic world which makes clay his favorite medium for any sculpting project. The natural earthy essence of clay makes it the most ecological medium available and he believes "the language of time talks to me through my fingers tips." While self-expressive, his art is also a form of communication with his audience: the symbolic images he develops are frequently ambiguous and encourage the viewer to consider different layers of meaning. Whether it is his organic figurative sculpture or his whimsical drawings, the work of Luc Bihan is a statement of texture and sensuality. ...

    Daniel Janssens - "It is the woman's beauty and mystery that have made me paint and sculpt in the first place." The artist, who previously painted only one human figure per painting, has recently begun to represent several figures, and these figures are no longer exclusively women. In sculpture also, the single human figures of the beginning are gradually replaced by intertwined figures, that go by two, by couple, or even by trio or quartet. "Previously, it was the individual that questioned me. Now, increasingly, I paint and sculpt attitudes and relationships." Painting and sculpture are based on different relationships: that between the sculptor-painter and his painting or sculpture, that between colors and shapes, that between the spectator and the work of art, and finally, the possible relationship between the different spectators. "However, I have not become a narrative artist, even if the spectator can invent stories about the human figures they see depicted." - But why only one subject? - Because the more one concentrates on one - and only one - subject, the deeper one can go, and the more style and technique can speak freely. If one always seeks to change subjects, it becomes difficult to specialize in it." It is the...

    Michael Leyton - In his MIT Press book, Symmetry, Causality, Mind (630pages) and his book in Springer-Verlag, A Generative Theory of Shape (550pages), Michael Leyton has elaborated an extensive theory of why art has such a powerful impact on the human mind. This results in an ability to intensify the content of artworks through an increased understanding of compositional organization, that Leyton has provided in his scientific work, which includes his mathematical foundations for geometry. For example, theorems of his, such as the Symmetry-Curvature Duality Theorem, which are now used in over 40 disciplines including many branches of medicine and engineering, also explain the human perceptual response to art-works. Not only has he demonstrated this in his lengthy published analyses of classical and modern artists, but he has also demonstrated that it is possible to surpass the intensity of these artists. This he has done by using the theory developed in his books in the creation of his own artworks - his paintings, his published architectural designs, and the published scores of his musical compositions. The portfolio at the present site is currently under construction. While this is in progress, the reader can gain an extensive introduction to Leyton's artistic ...

    Stephanie Grimes - Education 2003- University of North Carolina at Pembroke (UNCP)- B.A. in Studio Art 2003- Fayetteville Technical Community College- Welding 1997-2000 Fayetteville Technical Community College- Various art classes 1983- North Carolina State University- B.S. in Zoology Exhibitions 2007- Gala Corina "Iluminacion", Tampa, Florida 2007- Platforum Floida "Fusion" Art Party ...

    Alexander Efimov - Alexander Efimov was born on Sakhalin Island in a small town. All his childhood he drew and made sculptures. After school and the army he decided to study art seriously and went to Leningrad City (now St. Petersburg) and became a student of the Art Institute. It was not easy, because after the bester applicants ware selected there were examinations only one out of five of the best applicants became a student of the Art Institute. Alexander Efimov showed capability as a portrait sculptor while he was still a student at the Art Institute. His teacher of sculpture said to students about Alexander's degree portrait (portrait of the girl "Marina") <
    Zoja Trofimiuk - Artisti?1/2s Statement My Art is my Statement. Volume and Space are concepts that have influenced my art. I am particularly fascinated by their appearance in the human body. I am interested in exploring dialogue both internal dialogue, which exists within oneself, and external connection that moves between two people or objects. My art explores i?1/2contradictionsi?1/2 which are attracted to each other and create a new whole. The human figure appeals to me as an adequate form for expressing these ideas. Working with glass has given me the opportunity to stretch the boundaries of these concepts to new limits, as well as offering me the joyful experience of playing with colour. I would like to concentrate my attention on capturing absence, an impression, commemorate memory, fleeing presence, give physical form to a spiritual value. The absence transferred into visual terms, long after it ceased to exist. In both instances, when working with bronze or glass, I apply a casting technique called i?1/2Lost Waxi?1/2. ...

    Mariam Hakobyan - The talent to create is given to an artist from above, and the artworks she creates bear trace of her soul and nature. The horizons and layers from where she receives her inspiration determine the light or dark, divine or evil nuances in her art. Every artwork incorporates the artist's soul, her way of thinking and circumstances of her times. With my art I seek for and try to awaken the heavenly sparkle embodied in people from the very beginning. I try to introduce them to the sometimes harmonious, and at other times restless lines, forms and playful colors of the artwork, and to open up an opportunity to contemplate, analyze and finally admire the beauty. ...