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Irresistible Spring, Bronze


Irresistible Spring Sculpture

Paige Bradley

United States

Sculpture, Bronze on Bronze

Size: 20 W x 27 H x 20 D in

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I picture this piece large, like Logan Fountain (Philadelphia) or Trafalgar Square (London). I dream of creating a work that helps add to the life of a community: A place where children play in pools where verdegre bronze goddesses bathe forever; A sanctuary where teenagers can climb the bronzes to see fresh perspectives on their lives; An iconic place where multitudes of tourists photograph themselves in order to show their family back home; A secret spot for lovers to meet, stealing a kiss in the shadows of the over-life-size figures. This is the secret immortality of a sculptor. Feeling a community participate with a work in such a way, is the ultimate gift for the creation process. One of my greatest epiphanies as a sculptor is that I need to create Art on a larger scale so that I can feel the public's joyful interactions, eternally.

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Sculpture:Bronze on Bronze

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:20 W x 27 H x 20 D in

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Born 1974 in Carmel, California (USA) I knew I would be an artist by the age of nine. Immersed in nature and art, my fascination with the human figure began early. I believed that through the figure, an artist could speak a universal language that is timeless and essential. My work can be seen in galleries across the USA, London and Singapore. In 2007 I moved my studio from New York to London, where I currently work full time. Focusing on tensions and liberations in my work, I feel most of our emotions are locked into an existential cocoon. My sculptures show the human race as a singular individual, searching for connection, but finding only alienation.My recent work has become a symbol of struggle; both being contained and liberating ourselves from self-inflicted boundaries. Fears of ostracism, avoiding distinction and hiding from greatness are all thoughts that come to mind, creating these wrapped sculptures in extraordinary tension. The figures struggle to unveil themselves in order to become understood and known. It gives me a sense of unrest as if too much life is jammed into too restrictive of spaces. I feel as if I am trying to live my truth free and unveiled in a society who would rather keep us contained.From the moment we are born, the world tends to have a container already built for us to fit inside: A social security number, a gender, a race, a profession, an I.Q. I ponder if we are more defined by the container we are in, than what we are inside. Would we recognize ourselves if we could expand beyond our bodies? To be authentically un-contained would we still be able to exist? I attempt to expand my sculptures beyond the human flesh of the figure and create the brilliance within us. Simultaneously, I cannot help but to see a dangerous dichotomy between falling apart and expanding beyond our limitations. When devastation becomes deliverance, then ashes from the past can become the foundations of the future.

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