"In a marriage you must be at once, great lovers and best of friends. The union must go beyond love, a love which must outlast the heat of the first instants. This love must last even after love. Only during these intimate moments do the real problems which threaten a relationship begin to surface. It is then that one must remember the promises made to each other as well as the path travelled together. The sculpture depicts two hands - one male, the other female - wrestling to overcome the dilemmas associated with every marriage. Here, I tried to capture the ‘give and take’ necessary for a marriage to flourish." LORENZO QUINN
Year of creation: 2000 - SOLD OUT EDITION - Artist: Lorenzo Quinn Material: Bronze plated Tamaño: 7" x 13" x 7" (19 x 35 x 18 cm).
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"Amor y Eternum", has the unique feature of being two pieces that complement each other. They express a walk in the life of a couple. On one side "Amor" is a sculpture of two young hands enter twined which represent...
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One of the most wonderful sensations is to know that there is someone close to you and that will be there forever. I believe that what each couple is looking for is a complete symbiosis; that sensation...
...Temasarte.com one new sculpture of Lorenzo Quinn. As always brings out the modern style and easy to assimilate. It corresponds to the 11th edition of this particular edition. After the 10th edition where we celebrate for triple accounting with “Give and take”, “tension” and “gravity”, Now comes the new one.
"I believe woman is the essence of Man's soul. This is what I tried to express in my continuation of Adam. I feel Man is not whole without Woman. Take out the woman, and the man is void. My wife, Giovanna, is the essence of my soul. I cannot even imagine life without her." LORENZO QUINN