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Being One with Rumi -4 Sculpture

Gamze Haberal


Sculpture, Casting on Bronze

Size: 5.5 W x 12.6 H x 3.9 D in

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Mirrors are of various. Those who want to see your face look at the glass, those who want to see your essence look at the soul Inner Journey of Sufi Soul The dervish figure, as a representative of inner exploration and spiritual depths, has been an inspiration for centuries in the spiritual quests of humanity. Equally meaningful to me, my dervish-themed artworks have been shaped as symbols of my inner journey. Designed using the mold shaping technique, these artworks carry profound meanings and a spiritual atmosphere. Each piece of this special series reflects a different aspect of the dervish figure and spiritual depth. The dervish, symbolizing inner peace, tranquility, and enlightenment, invites viewers to delve into deep thoughts. This series of five artworks represents various stages of inner journey and spiritual experiences. Each artwork offers viewers an opportunity to explore inner discoveries and delve into spiritual depths. If you are also interested in inner exploration and spiritual depths, I invite you to explore this dervish series at my studio in Saatchi Art Shop. Are you ready to embark on a journey into the depths of spiritual experiences and inner stories? This is Dark Blue –Navy Blue- Transparent Glass Sufi Artwork with dimensions are 14x32x10 cm No paint or painting, just made by natural glasses

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Sculpture:Casting on Bronze

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:5.5 W x 12.6 H x 3.9 D in

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She was born in Istanbul in 1969. She studied Sociology at Istanbul University. She developed her techniques in painting by working with master painters such as İnci Eviner, Şule Ulusoy, and Hasan Kavruk. She founded "Dega Art Gallery" in 1996 and continued painting together with her professional art gallery management, Hosted more than thirty fairs and exhibitions. In 2008, She started working on the glass beside painting too. In her own studio, she focused on “kiln casting” and “Pate de Verre” techniques for a long time with some national and international master glass artists. She worked with Spanish artist Pilar Aldana Mendez. She still continues her artistic life with her artworks at her own glass studio in Istanbul, Galata region by using the techniques of "Pate de Verre", "Fusion", "Casting Glass”, “Lost Wax”, and "Lampworking".

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