"Sculpture occupies real space like we do. You walk around it and relate to it almost as another person or object." - Chuck Close
Apart from paintings, Fiidaa Art also offers an extensive collection of sculptures for your space.
Here are our top sculpture picks of the week.
Mark Beattie MRSS is an award-winning sculptor who lives and works in London. Working with various metals in all their contrasting properties of texture and finish, Mark can make industrial metal appear fluid, malleable and delicate. He continues to study different metals, looking at ways to manipulate and add movement to the material. The neon or LEDs complement his sculptures, adding movement to a piece and catching the viewer’s eye.
Cha Jong-Rye was born in Daejoen, a small city located in the middle of Korea. Jong-Rye grew up among trees and soil in a quiet suburb next to her parents' vineyard. Her memories of the nature that surrounded her during her childhood became the root cause of her using wood as a primary medium. She layers and sands hundreds of delicate wood pieces to create her sculptures.
Anniketyni Madian is a Malaysian sculptor who is based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Anniketyni’s sculptures are inspired by the culture of Sarawak. She refers to drawings & the Pua Kumbu textiles of native Sarawak, which are traditionally woven by Dayak women and are used in cultural rituals and ceremonies that mark important milestones in one’s life. Incorporating traditional designs & patterns with her own modern interpretation, Anniketyni’s sculptures are deeply spiritual, while taking on a life of their own.
To view more of the artists' works, head to our gallery.