Artist Statement: Bronze, in many ways, is similar to Jewelry. It may not be Gold or Silver, but the process used to produce a bronze, is exactly the same as those used to make a gold ring. We both use the Lost wax process. I just happens to work on a larger scale. I like to produce bronzes of all sizes I have made bronzes 5 mtrs high, but I also enjoy making smaller intimate pieces. I love to focus on detail
Filigree is simple in its concept, but also detailed and intimate. - Steve Glassborow.
Medium: Bronze sculpture
Dimensions: 35 cms high
CHG Director's Statement: Steve Glassborow sculptures immediately command the viewers attention with striking imagery, forms and design. His sculptures often relate to an art deco form which has morphed into themes influenced by fashion, robotic figures and animals in recent years.
He has developed the patination of the sculpture to an art form in itself, which all happened by accident!
Sophistication is a word that comes to mind when describing his sculpture. Understatement alluring, fascinating and highly imaginative all are appropriate as well, which describes his sculpture. We often see a whimsical side within the artists designs.
Having followed his artwork for nearly two decades I have seen a massive transition in his design, never willing not to push the barriers of development.
I recommend this professional and active sculptor who possesses a vision and design that is of a world standard. We are fortunate to represent an artist of such note!
Steve is available for commission work via the gallery, please inquire if this could be a thought whether it be for private courtyards, interiors or commercial application.
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