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The “Formation” project is inspired by many factors, including phenomena that we can observe in nature, society and in a human being. It is a sign of life and development. Even the least moving creatures like plants and trees are changing their color and shape throughout the life cycle. They are responding to external conditions of existence by growing- stretching to the source of light, digging deeper for water. However, the inanimate nature is not as static as you might think. The movement is a pledge of development, and its dynamics illustrates the nature of a change.
The “Formation” project is inspired by many factors, including phenomena that we can observe in nature, society and in a human being. It is a sign of life and development. Even the least moving creatures like plants and trees are changing their color and shape throughout the life cycle. They are responding to external conditions of existence by growing- stretching to the source of light, digging deeper for water. However, the inanimate nature is not as static as you might think. The movement is a pledge of development, and its dynamics illustrates the nature of a change.
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Formation (limited edition 3/5)
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Formation (limited edition 3/5) Sculpture

Dmytro Shavala

Ukraine

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Size: 18.1 W x 19.7 H x 18.1 D in

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The “Formation” project is inspired by many factors, including phenomena that we can observe in nature, society and in a human being. It is a sign of life and development. Even the least moving creatures like plants and trees are changing their color and shape throughout the life cycle. They are responding to external conditions of existence by growing- stretching to the source of light, digging deeper for water. However, the inanimate nature is not as static as you might think. The movement is a pledge of development, and its dynamics illustrates the nature of a change.

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Sculpture:Wood on Wood

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Size:18.1 W x 19.7 H x 18.1 D in

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Dmytro Shavala is a Ukrainian artist. Born July 20, 1994 in the village of Shklo. At the age of 15 he went to study wood at the Yosif Stan`ko College, where he gains skills in wood processing at professional level. In 2013 continues his study at the Lviv National Academy of Arts. There begins the creative formation of Dmytro, as an independent and formed artist. In 2019 he gained a Master of Arts degree. His works are significant by balance, order of forms and structures. If you have any questions about anything, please ask! dmytroshavala@gmail.com

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