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Astrid Lesuisse

White Summer

Artist: Quentin Desmit
Year: 2024
Medium: Resin, metal, wood, acrylic paint, natural fiber
Dimensions: H 67 cm x W 37 cm x D 31 cm
Edition: Original Artwork 1 of 1
Status: Available

This captivating sculpture, "Liberty," crafted from wood, resin, concrete, metal, and acrylic paint, vividly depicts the dynamic motion of a paintbrush liberating itself from a frame.

The concrete frame appears to be breaking apart, reveals rusty wires within, symbolizing society under construction, built over time and tradition. This juxtaposition highlights the contrast between tradition and innovation, stillness and motion, and freedom and imprisonment.

The paintbrush, made of wood with a subtle touch of bursting pink colour, evokes the resurgence of nature reclaiming its inherent rights over man-made structures. Its flowing, curvilinear form, reminiscent of Arabic calligraphy, captures a sense of timeless elegance and rhythm.

The sculpture tells a visual story, portraying the graceful dance of the paintbrush as it breaks free, much like the fluidity of letters in a beautifully written script.

The contrasts between the rigid, constructed frame and the organic, flowing brush strokes emphasize the tension between the past and the future, tradition and progress, ultimately celebrating the triumph of creative freedom over restrictive conventions.

Quentin Desmit

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