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Sculpture in the Garden

 

Sculptures from regional artists installed in natural, picturesque setting
Now – April 2019

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Artist Name:
Yuriy Akopov and Ilya Idelchik

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Sculpture in the Garden

Title of Piece #1: Lady Luck (by Yuriy Akopov)
Media: styrofoam, fiberglass, mosaic
Dimensions: 76"H x 37"W x 52"D
Retail Price: $19,575 + tax

Artist’s Statement: Lady Luck brings the motivation to make improbable things happen while she is with you.

 

Sculpture in the Garden

Title of Piece #2: Frida (by Yuriy Akopov and Ilya Idelchik)
Media: styrofoam, fiberglass, mosaic
Dimensions: 102"H x 32"W x 62"D
Retail Price: $23,895 + tax

Artists’ Statement: Frida in the red dress exudes a mysterious energy that tantalizes the people around her. Her magical headdress especially reflects her aura.

Artist’s Bio: Yuriy Akopov, born in the former USSR, began his career as a glass worker while working for an extraordinary artist, Niki de Saint Phalle. While working with Art Mosaic, the company which brought Niki’s creations to life and made glass mosaic sculptures, he acquired priceless skills that he now applies to his own creations. As a talented artist himself, he has refined the techniques and has his own unique application process. He transforms objects into something magical and whimsical. Enjoy and let your imagination run wild!

Artist’s Bio: Ilya Idelchik received his art/sculpture degree from St. Petersburg University in Russia, where he studied classical art and sculpture, focusing on public art, decorative metalwork (bronze, copper, etc.), with a special interest in abstract painting. Prior to his move to the U.S. in 1997, Ilya participated in a variety of art/sculpture projects, including creating artwork for the Moscow Art Museum and Museum of History and Culture, the complete restoration of the museum, as well as designing building and office interiors. His professional career in the U.S. revolves mostly around art, design, sculpture, and abstract painting for public and private clients.




Photos: Nick Ruddick