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Libor Hurda - communicating through the human figure
webminster - Friday, May 4, 2007 - 2:55pmBlacksmithing | OT: Sandbox YAK | Artist Inspiration around the net | human form | sculpture
I was browsing the web and ran across a master metal artist that I would like to share with you. Libor Hurda has created some fantastic human abstract sculptures which communicate clearly. One of his sculptures "Kentar Enzo" remind me of some of Chris Ray's art. Especially "Tyro And The Serrosteed" from the Quadreverz series. I'm not quite sure why I see the correlation. Maybe it's the wheels? But there seems to be more and I can't quite put my finger on it. Maybe you can shed some light on it. Do you see any relationship between the art created by these two artists?
It's not too usual to see direct metal processes which communicate the way these two artists have. Their art is inspirational!