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Twist polyethylene lamp sculpture unlit by Stephen Williams
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Twist (Polyethylene lamp)


Twist (Polyethylene lamp) Sculpture

Stephen Williams

New Zealand

Sculpture, LED on Plastic

Size: 11.8 W x 8.7 H x 8.7 D in

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About The Artwork

This moulded plastic sculpture came out of a demand for affordable art and a desire to produce larger work. Twist was influenced by the shapes of rotational objects, such as a ship’s propeller, a spinning top and a hub cap from a 1950s car that my father once owned. The base of the sculpture is removable and has a LED cabinet light fitted inside connected to a wall plug adapter. This sculpture will be bubble wrapped and shipped securely in a heavy duty cardboard box. Weight: 1.2 kg

Details & Dimensions

Sculpture:LED on Plastic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:11.8 W x 8.7 H x 8.7 D in

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Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.

Tension and balance of contrasting shapes play a major role in my sculptures. I explore the aesthetic beauty of shapes found in biology and the human form and juxtapose these with designs found in manufactured products. In doing so, I strive to disrupt the symmetry and predictability of these forms, while preserving the integrity of the sculpture. Originally from England, I emigrated to New Zealand in 1989 where I started a course in bronze sculpture. After exhibiting in New Zealand, I returned to England in 1993 for a limited period, to pursue my dream as a maker of abstract bronze sculptures and also to continue with my other passion for creative writing. During my time in England I had several exhibitions and gained a Master of Arts at Cardiff University. I returned to New Zealand in 2002 and in 2006 I had my first sculpture cast in glass. It was not until 2017 that I was able to buy a kiln to cast my own work. In addition to bronze and cast glass sculptures, I have been keen to look at ways of producing affordable sculpture by making sculptures in molded polyethylene that are lit internally using a LED light.

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