2019 STATE OF THE ART AGENCY

Wall Sculpture by Kseniya Oudenot

 

Metal, Resin, Thermoplastic And Sand

 

50 X 65 CM | 19.6 X 25.5 INCHES

 

Kseniya Oudenot is a Ukrainian born, British artist living and working in Paris and London. Through a convergence of interest in nature, science and time perception; her art explores the allegorical resonance and fantasy involved in man-made, altered nature within our society and juxtaposition of time.

 

Her fine art signature is the use of small ephemeral particles, both natural and man-made materials; "sand, glitter, crushed rocks, leaves, flowers, beads or dust as a reminder of time passing, dust storms sweeping away memories and feeling of change emerging." - Kseniya Oudenot 

I Want To Be Lost In The Desert I

$5,000.00Price

Wall Sculpture by Kseniya Oudenot

 

Metal, Resin, Thermoplastic And Sand

 

50 X 65 CM | 19.6 X 25.5 INCHES

 

"When I was a teenager I was obsessed with Antoine de Saint-Exupery's stories and particularly his depiction of desert. Since then deserts have a special place in my heart. Minimalist landscape makes you breathe a bit deeper and think bigger. Hypnotic moves of sand in the wind and hot air, emptiness, space, a place where you can really be free, where time stands still, like you are trapped in a sand clock and rules of time do not apply to you any longer. Place to reconnect with yourself and nature. Waves of sand bringing to mind sand dunes and the movement of sand. This is my bubble of thought, abstractly executed. These two individual artworks can be together or apart." - Kseniya Oudenot