Sculptures and Reliefs, 14 × 30 × 75 cm
When looking at the sculpture, it seems that the athlete making an acrobatic movement froze in the stone. So Alexander conceived and embodied in bronze such an amazing and stunning sculpture. The sculpture depicts the dynamics, drive, and movement plasticity inherent in gymnasts during sports. The sculpture attracts with its beauty of silhouette, gestures and mesmerizing visual effect of patina. Alexander creates his original sculptures from clay, then casts them in bronze and controls the patina process himself, improving the final image of the sculpture.
born January 15, 1982. Alexander started drawing and sculpturing in his early childhood. He had got his first lessons in the Art school, and then he studied sculpture by his parents (the Sculpture Professors). In the last years he closely studied the anatomy of man and animals. Having a great interest in the realistic art, he discovered for himself all the beauty of the human bodily plasticity and harmony, its dynamic expressiveness, which he later embodied in his works.