I was gratified to see an article on my use of medical tools in my sculptures especially syringes and more recently test tubes. The Covid-19 virus has focused attention on the tremendous challenges facing medical staff who are risking their lives to save others. Transcript in English : La Nazione : "#StayAtHome : when art … Continue reading Spotlight On Medical World – Art during Covid-19
This heart is created with test tubes filled with red liquid and by combining the logic of maths and physics I can create the illusion of a second heart within a heart.
Just finished a new sculpture with intravenous butterfly needles and tubes which are often used in drawing blood. I feel right at home in my new studio in Pietrasanta and can't wait to get started on new work.
Looking at these alluring colours and one can easily forget that these are actually medical instruments used to administer life saving drips or donate blood. I love examining these banal objects and seeing how I can give them a second lease of life. Butterfly needles and tubes
The Tree of Life symbolizes health and optimism for a brighter future. I have used these syringes to create it because these everyday medical instruments which are mainly used in drawing blood for donation or for delivering iv fluids into the body are crucial to a patient's survival. Trees are also important to our survival … Continue reading The Tree of Life is Anthony Moman’s interpretation “of the mythical using the practical”
Anthony Moman at Futura Gallery, Pietrasanta
Honoured to have my art with this great actor, musician and philanthropist. (This image is the property of artist Anthony Moman and may not be reproduced)
I have now completed my latest sculpture created from syringes. I love the 3D effect of the entwined butterfly intravenous syringes. I am being true to the theme of elevating ordinary objects into extraordinary sculptures whilst uniting a life saving medical tool with a frivolous yet symbolic heart.
I was so happy to be back in London for the opening of a new collective at Woolff Gallery. The atmosphere was buzzing with excitement as Art Basel Miami was just around the corner. There were some really great sculptures made from found or repurposed material and I was happy to show Karma. Outside Of … Continue reading FFOUND 18 SHOW 23 NOV – 21 DEC
Great to be back in London for the opening of the group show at Woolff Gallery in Charlotte Street. The atmosphere was warm and there was some brilliant artwork created using found or repurposed materials. The show is on until December 21st. Outside Of Woolff Gallery Old friends and new collectors Ffound 18 KarmaAnthony … Continue reading FFOUND 18 OPENING NIGHT