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Love Letters Ceramic Sculpture Unique 2018 85 in Sculpture by Charles Sherman
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Charles Sherman

Love Letters Ceramic Sculpture Unique 2018 85 in

Sculpture : Ceramic
Size : 40x85 x14 in  |  102x216 x36 cm
Edition : Unique

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Hand SignedEach Sculpture Engraved on the Front Near the Base 

Condition Excellent 

Purchased fromArtist 2019 

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Charles Sherman - United States

Art Brokerage: Charles Sherman American Artist: b. 1947. Charles Sherman is an American artist best known for his continuum sculptures, especially the three-dimensional Möbius, or infinity ring, a form first visualized by the 19th century German mathematician and astronomer, A. F. Möbius. The enigmatic infinity ring has no beginning and no end; the bottom side becomes the topside, and the inside becomes the outside. Sherman’s infinity ring sculptures are mysterious, their curving forms an expression of absolute beauty. His award-winning work has been exhibited widely in the United States and Asia, and is included in museum collections. Sherman has interpreted the infinity ring form in diverse materials, including bronze, ceramic, glass mosaic, aluminum, Lucite and stainless steel. His many sculptural variations reflect Sherman’s study of ancient civilizations, religions and cultures from around the world, and sacred geometry. Paralleling ancient Feng Shui principles, the never-ending circular nature of Sherman’s infinity ring sculptures promote infinite love, healing, abundance, harmony and serenity. Private commissions are available upon request.

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