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Urapan Fraxinus


MEDIUM

Metal

DIMENSIONS (H x W)

22 x 10 in
56 x 25 cm

ARTWORK LOCATION

Artspace Warehouse (Los Angeles)

US$ 2,000

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Patricia Corredor imagines her work “as if the figures and images had the necessity to feel the air, experience climatic changes, and contribute to the landscape in a public space.” With themes inspired by experiences from the environment, images, objects that evoke memories, and current personal or societal problems; Corredor is interested in using symbols of nature as a resource in her art.

Corredor's metal sculpture is finished with layers of electrostatic paint and anti corrosion treatments which give her artworks the bright matte finishes which are distinctive of her style. This three-dimensional sculpture measures 22 inches high by 10 inches wide. This sculpture can be placed on any flat surface. Free delivery in the local Los Angeles area. Affordable Continental U.S. and International shipping are also available. A certificate of authenticity issued by the art gallery is included.

Picturing her large-scale sculptural work in open spaces, Corredor develops themes that have a deep relationship with their natural environment. She aims to pose didactic and constructive messages to the observer, bringing awareness to issues of climate change, specifically how it relates to the extinction of species of Colombia’s rich flora and fauna. Corredor sees the preservation of nature as a communal responsibility and transmits this message through her art.


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Patricia Corredor

Patricia Corredor imagines her work “as if the figures and images had the necessity to feel the air, experience climatic changes, and contribute to the landscape in a public space.” With themes inspired by experiences from the environment, images, objects that evoke memories, and current personal or societal problems; Corredor is interested in using symbols of nature as a resource in her art.

Picturing her large-scale sculptural work in open spaces, Corredor develops themes that have a deep relationship with their natural environment. She aims to pose didactic and constructive messages to the observer, bringing awareness to issues of climate change, specifically how it relates to the extinction of species of Colombia’s rich flora and fauna. Corredor sees the preservation of nature as a communal responsibility and transmits this message through her art.


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