34.5 x 22 x 12.5 inch (H*L*W) 22 lbs
85 x 31 x 56 cm (H*L*W) 10.8 kgs
Contemporary Pop Art, Happy Art, Figurative Nude
Gillie and Marc are known around the world for their iconic Lost Dogs, which can be found in famous art collections, leading hotel chains and the homes of delighted private buyers. The artists were deeply inspired by the love their Lost Dogs received and have launched a new collection, giving it their most dedicated attention. Their Diamond Dog and Ruby Rabbit resemble the Lost Animal pieces, but with a fun and glamorous element added to the works. Each fibreglass sculpture is embedded with magnificent coloured jewels that glint and shine in the light. Gillie and Marc, known for their unique and captivating POP surrealist art, noticed the way we are attracted to things that glitter. Even in nature, we’re entranced by the way the sun dazzles on the water or how it speckles through the trees covering us with a feeling of joy and serenity. We aim to capture this same feeling by adorning ourselves with jewellery, rhinestones, and glittery makeup. Now, Gillie and Marc have created a stunning way to bring this feeling into your home too, with Diamond Dog and Ruby Rabbit. These avant-garde works of art will bring movement and light into any room.
Available in a few select colors. Please enquire to see what is in stock.
For the most part, fiberglass sculptures are the same as resin sculptures.
A resin sculpture is a work of art cast with the material fiberglass, a material that is perfect for making beautiful sculptures. Not only is it very light, but it is also incredibly durable and malleable making it the perfect material to mould into whatever intricate shape you like while knowing it will last for a very long time.
When creating beautiful sculptures in fiberglass and resin, Gillie and Marc like to have a bit of fun. Sometimes works are crafted in one bold color, sometimes they are splashed with many colors.
For every purchase of a fiberglass sculpture you will receive a certificate of authenticity, titled, signed, dated and editioned by the artists
Fiberglass sculptures are best kept indoors or under cover away from direct sunlight. They will require periodical maintenance. We recommend not placing your fiberglass sculpture outside however, if you choose to do so, please be aware that wear and tear will occur. The following information will help you understand how to care for your sculpture. > Read more
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