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Musical Rhythm Sculpture

Husam Chaya

France

Sculpture, Marble on Marble

Size: 5.5 W x 13.5 H x 5.5 D in

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"Musical Rhythm" is a sculpture that was made as a monumental public art sculpture for the municipality of Abou Dhabi in UAE. The sculpture was a commission and part of ADISS; an event held by the ministry of culture of Abou Dhabi. More info can be found on the artist's website: www.husamchaya.com. This miniature was made originally as part of the artist personal collection. The artist decided to sell this 1/1 piece miniature and hoping that it finds a new home. "Musical Rhythm" is inspired by the music. The artist expresses his emotions and thoughts in this sculpture in forms, elements, and lines of rhythm, harmony and colour. The sculpture changes its design depending on the angle you are looking at it. With perfect lighting, it can create a mysterious presence.

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Sculpture:Marble on Marble

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:5.5 W x 13.5 H x 5.5 D in

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Husam Chaya is Lebanese born Canadian artist and has lived in UAE since the early 2005. He moved to Paris in 2009. Chaya studied at the Institute of Fine Arts; Beirut and at the EDH GROUP - Icart; Paris. Chaya spends his time between Montreal, Paris, Beirut and Dubai - Abu Dhabi. Over the past 10 years he has exhibited extensively in Beirut, Dubai, Abu Dhabi and was commissioned for sculptures for many cities over the world like Los Angeles, Michigan, Pinamar, Tunisia, Istanbul and Montreal. Chaya was awarded the "Golden Award" from the French Embassy in 2003, the YDP Award; Lebanese sector, in recognition to his contributions to Public Art at the local and national levels, as an emerging artist. In 2003 his sculpture "Fusion" was selected for the building of United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Western Asia (ESCWA), in Beirut. 1976 - Born, Lebanon. 1998-2002 - Institute des Beaux Arts, UL, Beirut, Lebanon - BA in Fine Arts 2002-03 - AUST, Lebanon - BA in Graphics 2003 - Golden Award from the French Embassy 2004 - YDP Award, Lebanese Sector 2010 - Group EDH - Icart, Paris. MBA in International Business of Arts.

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