'How Do I Love Thee' fifth life size Sculpture by Michael James Talbot

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'How Do I Love Thee' fifth life size

Michael James Talbot

United Kingdom


Size: 3.9 W x 13.4 H x 7.1 in

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Art Description

Sculpture: Bronze, Granite on Bronze.

The inspiration for Michael`s work has always been the human form and its dramatic poetry. It is this, together with his exquisite skills that make his work so individual, intricate and beautiful. Michael creates the original clay sculpture which he then casts into bronze, uniquely finishing and patinating each sculpture. This process is wholly under his control allowing him to enhance and refine the final image. The wonder and fascination of sculpture is its ability to be a solid form that can be seen, touched and walked around and yet remain an object of pure spirit.
Michael's work has recently evolved from traditional female figures and dancers to encompass more contemporary creations, blending beautiful and intricately detailed figures with contemporary shapes and themes. The results are stunning works of art that are comfortably at home in very different environments, from extremely modern to the very traditional.
"The human form gives me an endless source of inspiration. The subtlest of movements and expressions can be captured in the sculpture to portray myriad emotions and convey tension, drama, fluidity and grace. No other subject has this richness of emotional and spiritual content or the capacity to convey such a broad and interesting narrative."




Artist Recognition

Artist featured in a collection

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Featured in Inside The Studio

Featured in Saatchi Art's curated series, Inside The Studio