AFRICAN HOMAGE
Detail sculpture, © Addé, Summonation

Sculpture – Artist Addé – Summonation


It is probable that, at its early stage, humanity was fascinated, not by nature, but its peculiar evocative forms, as well as colors.
Putting them together was, and still is today, a way to stengthen their power..

 

Sculpture by Addé
Sculpture detail 2
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Sculpture detail 3Sculpture detail 1

  

“Summonation” Original sculpture © Addé (2015)
Animism construction mixed media sculpture colorful.

5 Sculptures by Addé, Gallery, African Homage

 

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  • kutukamus October 31, 2016, 13:12

    Quite so. When vocabularies are very much limited, shapes and colors do more as the language, I guess.
    By the way, I’m enjoying the ‘beyond’ feel of it. :).

    • Addé October 31, 2016, 15:29

      This is so true! A title might give a hint, yet the essence of art is a major non-verbal form of expression, and the “beyond” the ambition. Thank you, Kutukamus!

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