"LS1-14 (Lissitzky Suite)" 2014, Bronze, painted Aluminum. 43" x 73" x 5", Edition of 1 (one).
Commission: Grand Hotel Europe, St. Petersburg, Russia, for the “Lissitzky Suite”.
Consultation company: Art Advisory Service, Vail, Colorado.
The theme of this particular hotel suite was “inspired by El Lissitzky." The color palette throughout the suite is reminiscent of the early Russian Avant-Garde master.
This bas-relief sculpture is meant to pay homage while indeed remaining an original work. I have worked in a simple primary palette regarding color. Metals, as in this case the bronze, remain natural. Aluminum is used for the painted panels.
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