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“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.

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“My work is about nature, texture and most importantly how the sculptures and humans need the nature, act in nature and belong to it.”

©Silvia Krupinska, Ria Formosa sculpture in Empty Quarters Desert, 2012. Photo by Silvia Krupinska. All rights reserved.

©Silvia Krupinska, Ria Formosa sculpture in Empty Quarters Desert, 2012. Photo by Silvia Krupinska. All rights reserved.

No.1 artwork of this year is finished. It was started at the 2-day sculpting demonstration ‘Blueberry extraction from plaster’  at The Stone Space Gallery in Leytonstone, London, where I’ve currently another ‘Pearl’ Sculpture in the show – ‘artFORMS‘. Show closes on Sunday Jan 6th, 6pm. If you’re interested to have a similar event in your venue or gallery, contact me for details please. Thank you.

Final touches new work, Jan 2, 2013 by Silvia Krupinska

Final touches on the new work. Plaster, limpet. 5.8cm © Silvia Krupinska

First sculpture of 2013 finished. Plaster, limpet. 5.8cm.© Silvia Krupinska

First sculpture of 2013 finished. Plaster, limpet. 5.8cm
© Silvia Krupinska

'From the Bottom of the Mountain Lake'  Silvia Krupinska, 2012

‘From the Bottom of the Mountain Lake’ Silvia Krupinska, 2012

'From the Bottom of the Mountain Lake' Silvia Krupinska, 2012

‘From the Bottom of the Mountain Lake’ Silvia Krupinska, 2012

‘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)

Trochus

 

                                                                                           © Silvia Krupinska

                                                                                                © Silvia Krupinska

                                                                                            © Silvia Krupinska

 

 

This is my smallest plaster sculpture to date (6 cm across). Work in progress.

                                                                      © Silvia Krupinska

 

© Silvia Krupinska, Installation of From the Bottom of the Sea Sculptures Series, 2012

The series of From the Bottom of the Sea Sculptures are white sensual objects. Their silky-smooth exterior is contrasting with the textures tunnelling inside them. The light and the air come through from all directions making them irresistible to look in and explore the tunnels. They are comparable to pearls or other treasures that are found in the deepest secret places of oceans. Their titles are inspired like the sculptures themselves by the islands in Ria Formosa Natural Reserve in Portugal.

© Silvia Krupinska, Farol, From the Bottom of the Sea Series, 2010
(plaster) 22.2×18.4×15.2cm

This sculpture amongst others from the series ‘From the Bottom of the Sea’ is available to view at Curious Duke Gallery in London until 12.10.2012.

Silvia Krupinska, From the Bottom of the Sea Series of sculptures, Curious Duke Gallery 20.09-12.10 2012

 

 

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