Patinated bronze, lost-wax casting technique.
The Abduction of Europe II
Sculptures and Reliefs, 10 × 21 × 25 cm
“The Abduction of Europa” there is a unique sculpture made in patinated bronze and the technique of lost-wax casting.
The sculpture is the interpretation of the well-known Greek myth about the abduction of princess Europe.
“The Abduction of Europa” is unique and eye-catching artwork perfect to any interior.
Item’s height is 25 cm, width 21 cm.
Janusz Jędrzejowski – sculptor – born 04.10.1956 in Zakopane, Poland.
Member of Polish Artists Association. Teacher at the Antoni Kenar National High School of Arts in Zakopane.
I work with wood and metal. Recently I have been dealing with computer graphics.
I’ve presented my sculptures on dozens of collective exhibitions and four individual ones organized in the country and abroad. Author of the memorial table, commemorating the 75th death anniversary of Marie Curie in France in Sancellemoz, Plateau de Assy Passy.
I live and work in Zakopane.
My creating is for me a sort of self- recognition, an act of cross – passing of my ego, searching for truth, endless aiming and the only way towards the truth. My carving is free, undefined and undeclared expression, in which my private inner world appears to me through symbols and allegories. Memory and imagination, or rather imagination of memory, are basic elements of my creation. “Memories are the only paradise, which we cannot be expelled from”- Nikos Kazantzakis – “Greek Zorba”. To this thought, I would add imagination. – Janusz Jędrzejowski