Sculpture by Alan Harris British artist, paintings, oils, watercolours, pastel, mixed media and sculptures, landscapes, portraits, nudes, expressionism, contemporary art, modern art, figurative paintings, abstract paintings, conceptual art.
Abstract sculpture, Brutalist Bull Sculpture
These sculptures explore , the Expression of Emotions in Man and Animals highlighted by the brutalist art style developed by French-Swiss architect Le Corbusier.
Brutalism rather than being easy on the eye it is more antagonistic and even hostile, and integrate perfectly to the animal-human relationship in our society.
These animal sculptures integrate into any location transforming their environment, with edgy dynamics and primal honesty.
Approaching this relationship from the perspective of an animal could improve our environment ? Let these sculptures say something about it...
The materials for this sculpture are opposite in their variety of tensions and qualities. however they have been combined in a kind of form that grew achieving harmony with the material
Media: mixed media
Surface: Mixed media
clay , plaster, wood..with hand painted surfaces