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"Dances Of Passion Parian Sculpture 2006 32 in" by Gaylord Ho - $6,700 Well Priced
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  • "Dances Of Passion Parian Sculpture 2006 32 in"

    2006

    Gaylord Ho

    Sculpture
    Parian II

    Size: 32 x 15 x 10 in  |  81 x 38 x 25 cm

    Edition: From the Edition of 100

     
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    Hand Signed
    Condition: Excellent
    Purchased from : Gallery 2006
    Additional Info : Two lovers entwine for their first kiss; a celebration of new love and youthful passion. Gaylord loves to tell stories of courting his wife Lucia when they were in school. He always starts his story with "Ours is a long, long love story...". His favorite is the story of how he liked most to visit Lucia when it was raining because his umbrella was small and he could have an excuse to hold her close under the umbrella. Many years later he is still holding her close. This sculpture is a tribute to that moment just before the first kiss. The figures are tense and flushed with the passion of this long awaited moment. It is truly a dance of passion
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    Gaylord Ho

    Art Brokerage: Gaylord Ho Taiwanese Artist: b. 1950. Gaylord Ho was born April 11, 1950, in Hsin-Wu, Taiwan. Born to poor farmers Gaylord spent most of his free time helping, along with his brother, with the chores of scratching out a living on a small rice farm in middle Taiwan. After attending the local school system, Gaylord entered and graduated from the National Taiwan Academy of Arts. After fulfilling his military obligation, all Taiwan boys must spend two years in military service after graduating college, he decided that he could advance his sculpting skills by studying under some of the great Japanese sculptors of the day. He traveled to Seto City, Japan, outside of Nagoya, and lived as an apprentice there during 1975 and again in 1977. He also spends time in his satellite sculpting studio in Shanghai, China. ATTENTION: SELLERS. Gaylord Ho will not allow any use of his copyrighted photos on our site. Please take your own photos. Do not scan or copy his brochures or selling material. Listings wanted.

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