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’VENIS’ Phosphor Bronze Sculpture

Bronzepanel
2019, 1 minute
VENIS’ large in phosphor bronze is a new edition of this male back torso in a limited edition of 9.
The semi-transparent bronze sculpture can be suspended or wall-mounted.
Also available is a freestanding sculpture with black colour finish: a convex panel sculpture, mounted on a metal base.
Size 101.5 x 56 cm
VENIS’ is available as a small sculpture in 4 colours.
The large ‘VENIS’ version is available in black, mirror-finish or new in 2019: copper (phosphor bronze as shown in this video).
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The distinction I make between art and design is that a design object is utilitarian and designed to be used whereas an art object is ‘useless’ other than being a work of art - as Pablo Picasso once said “The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.
David Begbie / Pablo Picasso
Last updated: 04/12/22