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I finished a sculpture at Tynemouth Longsands beach yesterday by dipping it in the sea water. I’ve more images and this photographic series and they will be available as original photographic prints in the near future. Have a great week and come back soon for the next blog post. Cheers!

© Silvia Krupinska 2013

© Silvia Krupinska 2013

“When my sculptures touch a part of nature, or are set in the nature, that is the final step for them to their completion. They need to experience the water, the sand, the sun, all of those “sensations” and afterwards, they carry a part of that positive, natural vibration in them.”

©Silvia Krupinska, Trochus sculpture on abalone shell, 2013. All rights reserved.

©Silvia Krupinska, Trochus sculpture on abalone shell, 2013. All rights reserved.

‘Perla’ at The Stone Space gallery in Leytonstone. Exhibition ‘artFORMS’ open till 6 january 2013. Private view 14 January. All welcome!

Perla by Silvia Krupinska, 2012 (2)

Let me introduce to you my new ‘Trochus Pearl Sculpture’ 2012, 6 cm across, made from plaster-de-paris and trochus shell mother-of-pearl. This piece finalizes the series of ‘Pearl Sculptures’ and will be shown in my future group shows coming up in December. To see the details of these, please click on ‘Next Exhibition’ page here, which takes you to my website. To commission your own sculpture or enquire about anything else, leave your comment below or email my studio on studio@silviakrupinska.com. Thank you.

Trochus Pearl sculpture, 2012, © Silvia Krupinska

 

 

Trochus Pearl sculpture, 2012, © Silvia Krupinska

My “From the Bottom of the Sea” sculpture on a beach in Abu Dhabi today. It shared a glass dome with some fish as a sculptural installation. Its sister sculpture visited and stayed in Azerbaijan, Baku. What is their next destination? Happy New Year 2012 and all the best from United Arab Emirates! Silvia

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