Art & Sculpture

When It Comes To Sculpture

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Lorenzo Quinn
For Quinn, sculpture is primarily an art of communication, a medium through which he aims to help people evolve further in tolerance, understanding and harmony. ‘I make art for myself and for people who wish to come along for a ride through my dreams’, he says. ‘How we live our own lives is of the utmost importance, and most of my work has to do with values and emotions.’

Born on 7 May 1966 in Rometo the Mexican-American actor Anthony Quinn and his second wife, costume designer Iolanda Addolori, Lorenzo Quinn had a childhood split between Italy and the United States of America. His father had a profound influence on him, both in terms of living in the limelight of the film world and with respect to Anthony’s early work in painting and architecture…

Rafart Gallery is the world’s only gallery exhibiting, selling and commissioning exclusively Lorenzo Quinn’s sculptures.

Lorenzo Quinn Sculpture

Rafart Gallery – Lorenzo Quinn


 

Gary Tiplady

Gary a 7ft 3 actor who starred in the very popular French film called “Le Boulet” and“Baby Juice Express” anf the only lookalike of Bonds famous Richard Kiel (R.I.P).

Gary is not only an Actor but a Sculpture too, I do wonder if he got his inspiration from those teeth he wears.😉

I love his sculpture which includes Dogs, and Horses not to mention that he has an exhibition in Newcastle as well as displays in the he Jesmond Dene House Hotel.

Jump on to Gary’s website and have a look you’ll be pleasantly surprised.

Website – Gary Tiplady

Website – Wire Sculptures

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