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Paul Wegner Face The Music Mixed Media Sculpture



      


Paul Wegner Face The Music  Mixed Media Sculpture Paul Wegner

Status: | Condition: New | Edition:Limited Edition Mixed Media Sculpture | Edition Size: n/a | Dim: | Paul Wegner| Item #: 3630

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This surreal work of art displays the mood of the players. They can almost feel and see the keys and the notes of their creation as they face the music. Mixed Media Sculpture

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Exactly What is Mixed Media?

It is a combination of various fine metals such as lost wax bronze, fine pewter, brass, copper, 24 karat gold vermeil and various hot torched acid patinas such as black nickel, rose copper, and turquoise, to highlight the sculpture. In addition, the sculpture may contain embellishments such as Lucite.

Face The MusicMixed Media Sculpture by Paul Wegner Is a Limited Edition production by the Artist. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity which affirms that this Art Work is an authentic Limited Edition production from  Paul Wegner.

With Your Purchase of $695.00 or more of Paul Wegner sculptures, you can illuminate your Face The Music with this Light Box as our gift to you to (valued at $69.00). One light box per pc.

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Paul Wegner bio

Known for his "fragmented" sculpting style, Paul Wegner is nationally acclaimed as the originator of this unique and eye-catching form. His interest began when he read a book called Heads and Tails, about Rodin protege Malvina Hoffman. He looked at the pictures of her sculpture parts and saw the clay heads on one shelf and the hands on the shelf below. It led to a new thought; what if those parts could remain separate, yet be connected somehow - perhaps by sculptured hair, or a dress, or a drape? Using molds that he happened to have in his studio, he began experimenting with the possibilities, laying the parts on the floor and imagining how to connect them. Wegner brought the first two examples of his fragmentation process - a sculpture of two elephants and one of a woman playing the harp - to a show to gauge the reaction. The result he says, "was like the rest of my work was invisible." He had done what every artist dreams of; he had created a style that his name would be associated with from then on. "Now people know, thats a Wegner," he explains. Wegner lives in Southern California with his family, He raises horses on a ranch, sculpts in his studio, and maintains an active involvement with the activities of his children.