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The scribe Sculpture

Valeriu Cazacevschi


Sculpture, Plaster on Wood

Size: 13.8 W x 47.2 H x 13.8 D in

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Captured in steel, canvas, and cement, the sculpture depicts a dynamic scene of a monk poised for movement, as if prepared to leap or take flight. The figure's expression is one of responsibility, conveyed through the book this figure is carrying on his back. This book highlights the importance of his mission, showcasing the artist's impressive attention to communicating a message through his art and craftsmanship. Through this striking portrayal, the viewer is invited to imagine the monk's purpose and the journey ahead." The sculpture sits on a pedestal that is 40 cm high, 20 cm deep, and 22 cm wide. The total height of this sculpture including the stand is 120 cm

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Sculpture:Plaster on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:13.8 W x 47.2 H x 13.8 D in

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Valeriu Cazacevschi, a distinguished visual artist, has established his artistic presence in the scenic locale of Wexford, Ireland. Born in the Republic of Moldova in 1981, Cazacevschi has garnered international recognition for his thought-provoking sculptures and artworks, exhibited in prestigious venues such as the Royal Hibernian Academy in Dublin, Greenacres Gallery in Wexford, St. Peter's Basilica in Italy, Oughterard Art Gallery in Galway, and the Kilkenny Art Gallery, among others. His creations find their rightful place in private collections around the world and have been featured in prominent art magazines and newspapers. Cazacevschi's passion for shaping objects transcends conventional artistic boundaries. He excels in the medium of sculpture, crafting his pieces from diverse materials that reflect a profound contemplation of the human condition and emotions. His artworks are meticulously designed to provoke feelings and evoke deep emotions in those who engage with his art. Of particular note is his captivating series titled "Existence." This collection represents a profound exploration of the human experience, masterfully constructed from concrete, limestone sand, and recycled wood. The incorporation of recycled materials such as iron and wood serves as an integral facet of Cazacevschi's artistic practice, celebrating their enduring beauty through the passage of time. Valeriu Cazacevschi also possesses a profound fascination with the intrinsic beauty of stone, which he skilfully imbues with form to create astonishing and elegantly abstract sculptures. Working with materials like granite, marble, and various types of stone, his creations transcend the ordinary to offer a glimpse into the extraordinary. His current concentration is on a series of abstract sculptures, namely "Bird," "Water," and "Wind," all emblematic elements that have been constant companions in the human journey. These sculptures, fashioned from reclaimed granite and wood, symbolize not only the beauty of their respective materials but also the enduring essence of human existence itself. Valeriu Cazacevschi's artistic journey is an odyssey of profound introspection, manifested in sculptural form. His works invite viewers to explore the depths of human emotion and existence while highlighting the inherent beauty in the passage of time.

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