Cecilia Vissers: Minimalist Sculpture

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Dutch sculptor Cecilia Vissers’ minimalist steel and aluminum flat sculptures are inspired by the Scottish and Irish landscapes.

From the artist:
I want my sculptures to be entirely simple, to be viewed quickly, the focus is on the smooth and flat surface, my abstractions are grounded in the landscapes of Scotland and Ireland, the remoteness and silence.
From top to bottom: Orange Tide III, aluminum; Very Likely L, two-part, aluminum; Silent Light, two-part, aluminum; Very Likely I, two-part, aluminum; Medardus, aluminum; Blacksod Bay, steel; Follow the River, steel.

Cecilia Vissers’ work will be on exhibit as part of a  group show at Acquire Space in London from November 13-27, 2011 and in a solo show at Masters & Pelavin Gallery in New York, February 23 to April 5, 2012. If you can’t make either of those you can always visit her website to see more of her work.

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