Julia S. Rasor – Art Challenge – Spirit Sculpture – Day 2

Art Challenge – Day 2

My Spirit Series sculpture is shown today for the 5/5/5 art challenge which consists of:

5 artworks/ over 5 days/ nominating another artist each day

My nominations:

Day 1 – Accomplished sculptor, Gilda Bronzé.  Her work is wonderfully complicated and far reaching.

Day 2 – Manuelita Brown, creates eclectic and authentically personal bronze figurative and portrait sculpture.


Spirit Series Sculpture – Day 2

For Day 2, I am sharing the most recent work from my Spirit Series “Tethered Spirit”.  This sculpture represents a phase of a spirit’s passage where it is rising up but grounded by man made industrial wreckage – still tethered to the past.

Spirit Series, Fine Art Sculpture, Tethered Spirit, Julia S. Rasor, front
Tethered Spirit, Julia S. Rasor, front

 

The sculpture is ceramic mounted on a found broken aluminum framework in a manner that is well balanced but creates tension.

Spirit Series, Fine Art Sculpture, Tethered Spirit, Julia S. Rasor, back
Tethered Spirit, Julia S. Rasor, back

 

 

 

 

 

The English word spirit, from Latin spiritus “breath”, but also “spirit, soul, courage, vigor”, most of them relating to a non-corporeal substance contrasted with the material body.  The word spirit is often used metaphysically to refer to the consciousness or personality.

Spirit Series, Fine Art Sculpture, Tethered Spirit, Julia S. Rasor, shadows
Tethered Spirit, Julia S. Rasor, shadows

More Spirits

More of the sculptures from this series can be viewed at FineArtSculpt.com.

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