NOVICA 184609" Insinuating Sculpture, Bronze

NOVICA, in association with National Geographic, works together with talented artisan designers around the world to produce stunning, keepsake treasures. Our mantra is to spread global happiness, so rest assured - we’ll do everything we possibly can to ensure you’re a happy customer. About this item: Portrayed in abstract angles, the female anatomy is shaped in pure lines and sensuous curves. Goga works in bronze, eliciting powerful planes and polished contours. The artist's stylized figure communicates a woman's innate sexuality. The signature piece stands on a marble base. Titled "Insinuante" in Portuguese. - Signed by the artist About our Artist: "I belong to a generation in which to be an artist was not considered a good thing. I was accompanied by my father in my first experiences with drawing, and as a teenager I took a few classes. When I got married and had children, it created a gap in my learning process. I returned to the study of art in 1970, at the School of Visual Arts in Rio de Janeiro. From then on I never stopped pursuing my interest in art. I achieved a free form of personal expression in the classes of Prof. Aluizio Carvao at the Museum of Modern Art. I define my style as Contemporary Figurativism and focus on themes related to ecology. I just create the forms with the brush without sketching them out. In 1975, I discovered the pleasure of sculpting. An artist never creates for him or herself. Knowing that someone else identifies with something I created gives me tremendous sense of satisfaction. I hope that through Novica I will be able to reach more people and that I will be recognized for my art."