Bronze Sculpture by Robert Schefman
This bronze sculpture is dates to 1984 and is by the American sculptor Robert Schefman and was acquired from a prominent collector in Palm Beach, Florida. The sculptor has captured a draped figure and our imagination must interpret what this image conjures in our minds. Is the person levitating? Is the person a thought or dream? These questions and others are for the individual viewing the piece.
The piece is very much in the style of pieces created by the American sculptor Matt Johnson and an example would be "Levitating Woman 2012". This piece was exhibited in Oslo, Ekeberg park.
Note: The piece is cast bronze mounted on a steel base.
Note: Sculpture with out Base Dimensions are 8" height x 13.25" width x 5.13" depth.
Note: Signed on side of sculpture Schefman 84
About Robert Schefman
Born 1952 Detroit, Michigan, USA: Robert Schefman, a native of Detroit, Michigan, earned a BFA in Sculpture from Michigan State University in 1974, an MA in Sculpture from the University of Iowa in 1976, and an MFA from the University of Iowa in 2006. Schefman lived and worked in New York City for thirteen years. He returned to the Detroit area in 1989.
Outsider Art Sculpture
This amazing, whimsical, dark and eclectic use of materials has all come together to make this outsider art sculpture come to fruition. This piece will definitely make a statement and conversation piece in your home.
Signed: CZM 2002
Note: Dimensions of black granite base are 10" height x 15.50" width x 11" depth.
Curtis Jere Sunburst Wall Sculpture in Brass and Black, circa 1974
This large-scale and rare sun-burst wall sculpture by Curtis Jere dates to 1974 and is fabricated in steel with a textured finish and polished brass.
Note: The piece is fabricated in two sections which bolt together and also bolts to the wall.
Artisan Sculpture in Polished Chrome, Copper and Semi-Precious Gem Stones
This amazing illuminated sculpture is made of stainless steel, copper, amethyst, rose quartz and molded glass. The free-form has a graceful presence and elegance.
Note: The piece requires one Edison based bulb.
Maitland Smith Style Obelisk in Pen Shell, Coconut Shell and Tessellated Marble
This stylish obelisk is very much in the style of pieces created by Maitland Smith in the late 20th century with its classical form and use of marble, shells and coconut.
Bronze Sculpture "Daphne"
This midcentury bronze sculpture was acquired from a Palm Beach estate and depicts from Greek mythology Daphne turning into a laurel tree to keep herself from Apollo.
Note: Sculpture is signed and dated on the wood base
Large-Scale Obelisk in Clear Lucite, circa 1970s
This stylish obelisk will make the perfect addition to your collection or perhaps the beginning of one and this would make a statement piece on a centre table.
Pair of Neo-Classical Revival Obelisk in Italian Portoro Marble
This stylish set of obelisk will make the perfect addition to your Classic or modern interior with their simple lines and exotic black and terra cotta patterned marble.
20th Century Modern Abstract Sculpture in Marble, Brass and Copper
This mixed-metal sculpture has a substantial look to it with its free-form design.
The two curved-arms move and can be adjusted in-place to your liking. The piece is unsigned.
Multi-Colored Lucite Figural Sculpture of Two Lovers Embracing by Michael Bene
This Lucite sculpture is by the sculptor Michael Bene' and here he it would seem to be that he has captured two lovers embracing. As the two lovers embrace they seem to form the shape of a heart. The artist use of blues for one figure and rose for the other which seem to be mingling and transforming with the intensity of the embrace. As we all know art is an individuals interpretation.