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Kovano gvozdje u arhitekturi i enterijeru - Wrought iron in architecture and interior by Steel sculpture

Kovano gvozdje kao materijal,  i nacin obrade istog,  pruza veliku umetnicku slobodu u procesu stvaranja.  Arhitektura sa enterijerom otvara veliki prostor i mnostvo  mogucnosti za kovano gvozdje i umetnikovo  delovanje u istom.  Kao primer, postavljam lampu koju sam uradio da prati sto od kovanog gvozdja koji se moze pogledati na linku : http://nikolapantovic.com/kovano-gvozdje/

Lampa je napravljena od elemenata kovanog gvozdja  ukomponovanih na najbolji moguci nacin koji je u datom  trenutno upotpunilo umetnicko nadahnuce.  

Arhitektura sa svojim prostorom predstavlja jedan od velikih izazova za umetnika stvaraoca, kao problematiku koju pre svega treba odgonetnuti a zatim i resiti...

Mnostvo mogucnost ...

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Wrought iron as a material, and the way of its processing, provides great artistic freedom in the process of creation. The architecture with the interior opens up a large space and a lot of possibilities for wrought iron and artist's work in the same. As an example, I set a lamp that I did to trace a piece of wrought iron that can be viewed on the link: http://nikolapantovic.com/kovano-gvozdje/

 

The lamp is made of elements of wrought iron incorporated in the best possible way that is currently completed by artist inspirers. 

 

Architecture with its space represents one of the great challenges for the artist the creator, as a problem that first of all needs to be resolved and then rescued ...

 

A lot of possibilities ...

 

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Sculpture Time by Steel sculpture


English
"TIME" is an steel sculpture who present time like art form. I take circle for describing eternity. Eternity doesn't have direction of moving. So with two different direction I try to materialized that. In the middle is a brass sphere shape who represent sun.Dimensions: 2.5 m diameter.

Serbian

"ВРЕМЕ" је метална скулптура која представља време кроз уметничку форму. Употребио сам круг за описивање вечност. Вечност нема правац кретања. Дакле, са два различита правца кретања Покушао сам да материјализујем и представим вечност. У средини се налази сфера од месинга које представљају сунце. Димензија скулптуре ке 2,5 м Пречник.












 

iron sculpture

Iron Sculpture by Steel sculpture

History of Iron Sculpture

Iron sculptures have been a staple art form in civilizations all over the world since ancient times. Ancient Egyptians used gold to create masks for the royal deceased, while the Byzantines and East Asian cultures used gold to create small religious works. Bronze sculptures also have a rich history. China and India are known for larger scale bronze religious statues, but the Greeks and Romans expanded the use of this medium to create life-sized figurative sculptures. During the Renaissance, Western Europe experienced a renewed interest in bronze sculpture and casting techniques. The rise of modernism and industry in the late 1800s led to facilitated methods of production, allowing artists to produce more copies of their metal sculptures and experiment with different styles, including Impressionism and Cubism. Today, sculptors work with a variety of metals, ranging from bronze and steel to iron and copper alloys. The malleability of each metal determines which styles and forms with which these artists experiment.

Metal Sculpture Techniques
Sculptors who work with bronze usually use the lost-wax technique. This method requires the artist to create a model of their intended work out of a softer material such as clay. The artist molds wax on this model, adds another layer of clay, and heats the sculpture to melt the wax. The resulting cast is filled with molten bronze, cooled, and then chipped away until only the bronze work remains. Similar metalworking casting processes include sand casting and plaster mold casting, in which the models are made of sand and plaster, respectively. Artists who create larger pieces, such as outdoor metal sculptures, cast the work in separate pieces and weld each part together. Finishes can be applied to metal sculptures after they are polished to control textures and colors.

Artists Known For Metal Sculpture
Richard Serra is known for his minimalist sheet and scrap metal sculptures like “Tiled Arc” (1981) and “Torqued Ellipse IV” (1998). Pablo Picasso also experimented with wire and malleable sheet metal to create metal wall art sculptures like “Guitar” (1914). David Smith is known for his abstract geometric works like “Cubi XI” 1963, while Alexander Calder created mobile sculptures that hung on ceilings or drifted in the wind. Calder’s signature abstract style also translated well into large outdoor metal sculptures, like “La grande Vitesse” (1969). Auguste Rodin is recognized for his mottled bronze sculptures, most notably “The Thinker” (1902) and “The Three Shades” (1886). Constantin Brancusi, also a bronze sculptor, created highly polished works like “Bird in Space” (1928). Other bronze sculptors include Donatello, Phidias, Myron, and Polykleitos. Other artists known for creating metal sculptures include Isamu Noguchi, Louise Bourgeois, Sir Anthony Caro, Mark di Suvero, Henri Matisse, Henry Moore, Edgar Degas, Alberto Giacometti, Jacob Epstein, and Umberto Boccioni.

 

Sculpture ''Trough time'' brass, patina. Author / Nikola Pantovic - sculptor.    Skulptura ''Kroz Vreme'' patinirani mesing. Autor Nikola Pantovic - Vajar

brass sculpture ''Through time''

brass sculpture ''Through time''

brass sculpture ''Through time''

brass sculpture ''Through time''

Stainless steel sculpture with color. 

Skulptura od prohroma sa bojom. (nerdjajuci celik)

stainless steel sculpture

 brass sculpture

brass sculpture

Sculpture ''Passage'' wire, iron. Author / Nikola Pantovic - sculptor.   Skulptura od zice i metala ''Prolaz'' /Autor Nikola Pantovic - Vajar

wire sculpture ''Passage''

 brass sculpture

brass sculpture

On vacation, steel sculpture by NP by Steel sculpture

On Vacation is welded steel sculpture by Nikola Pantovic sculptor, with symbols of the sea. It is a play between diver and fish, cloud, and flower. I take tuna fish for the model from Salvador Dali's painting tuna fishing.

I make a change from hunting to playing, the diver doesn't hunt fish anymore. Now they are in a hug and in play. 

For material I use steel and brass. My technique is directly welding steel and directly welding brass.

I use different metal materials to describe emotions in sculptures, as I use colors too.

Whole sculpture is painted in blue color, the tone of color is between indigo and dark blue. 

Accent are on the arm of the diver, it is the polished brass part.

Dimension: height - 66cm width - 70cm

depth - 20cm

Detail of steel sculpture

Steel Sculpture by Nikola Pantovic

Detail of steel sculpture

Wrought iron, steel Sculpture by Steel sculpture

"Forest", Dimensions: 67 X 28 X 8 cm. Technique and material: Forged, Welded steel, color

The technique of steel sculptures is directly welded metal and forged steel.

The finish of surface is painted in gold color.

 

 

 "The Wave", dimensions: 35 X 60 X 6cm. Technique and material: Forged, Welded steel, color

The technique of steel sculptures is directly welded metal and forged steel.

The finish of surface is painted in gold color.

 

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Inspired by Tim Burton - Kovano gvozdje inspirisano Tim Bartonom by Nikola pantovic

Protective grille, sculpture. 
Material: iron, wood oak, brass
Technique: Wrought iron, welded metal, patina paint, zinc coating
Inspiration: Tim Burton
Collection: private villa

 

Kovano gvozdje  

 

Wrought iron door sculpture, made and designed by Nikola Pantović for private villa.

 

 

 

Photo in the process of making sculpture.