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Reclining Figure---Raspberry Alabaster Sculpture by Jan And Jo Moore
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- Dimensions Height 9in, Width 13in, Depth 7in / 6.00 lb
- Fit for outdoor? No, This artwork can not be displayed outdoor
- Categories Sculptures under $5,000 Abstract
Size: 9 H x 13 W x 7 in
Abstract Raspberry Alabaster Stone Sculpture mounted on a turning pin on Alabaster base. 9x13x7
Keywords: reclining figure, Stone Sculpture, contemporary, raspberry alabaster, abstract
Jan And Jo Moore are the design collaboration team from New Mexico. They share a deep bond with Mother Nature and have been interpreting her landscapes and culture through sculpture for more than 40 years.
They seek to create introspective pieces, often meant to evoke serenity, reverence, meditation; sculpture that possesses soundness of line, elegance of form. Often the pieces are primal, stoic, visceral. Jan And Jo Moore sculpt in stone and cast in bronze, both for the unequaled timeless durability of the media, but also to explore and indulge in their intrinsic beauty and the inherent tension of the elemental forces contained within both media.
Their works are in public collections in the Albuquerque Botanic Gardens, Rio Grande Zoo in Albuquerque, the National Park Service (Salinas National Monument), University of New Mexico, New Mexico State Printing Facility, Edwards Air Force Base, and the College of Santa Fe. They were published in numerous national and international publications.