Isabela Lleo

SPIRAL

The spiral is a form that appears in nature in different ways..we can find it in clouds, in movement of the wind, in the water and also in the plants or observing the flight of the birds

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Dimensions : 95 cm x 40 cm x 50 cm (Height, Width, Depth)
Weight : 80 kg
Year : 2019
Material : Stone
Technique : carved
Style : abstract, poetic

Isabela Lleo

Living in close contact to nature and inspires her to live in harmony with trees, birds, clouds and the sea. These and other elements give meaning to the being and determine under the temporal sign of contrast the precise relationship of woman with the universe. Transfiguration, which here is carried out by forms taken from nature, takes place in the creative consciousness of the artist. Reality is experienced aesthetically and is an experience that corresponds to her entire being Su vida deviene en estrecho contacto con la naturaleza y le inspira el cuidado de los árboles, las aves, las nubes y el mar. Estos y otros elementos le dan sentido al devenir y determinan bajo el signo temporal del contraste la relación precisa del hombre con el universo. La transfiguración, que aquí se lleva a cabo mediante formas tomadas de la naturaleza, tiene lugar en la conciencia creadora del artista. La realidad es experimentada estéticamente por la artista y es una experiencia que compete a todo su ser.

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