Someone’s Leaping Over the Fence Wall

Sculpture by Rainer Lagemann (1)
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“I use metal squares to sculpt the human form, creating works that elicit both the strength and delicacy of the body,” states artist Rainer Lagemann. He attempts to mimic a body in motion, but as if it were stopped in time.

Notes about Lagemann (published in “Sculptures” from his website):

Rainer uses hollow metal squares to sculpt the human form, creating works that elicit both the strength and delicacy of the body. Each square represents the trials and tribulations of life. The four corners are the intellectual, emotional, physical and spiritual dimension of human being. They are the framework of the spirit and the image of the body.

Sculpture by Rainer Lagemann (5)
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December 22, 2011 3D Art Metal Sculpture