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.
Anthony Moman at Futura Gallery, Pietrasanta
Woolff Gallery London will be having a collective show from 23 November - 1 December Happy to be back in my home town. Woolff Gallery, 89 Charlotte Street, London W1T 4PU T: +44 (0) 207 631 0551 E: email@example.com OPENING TIMES: Mon-Fri: 10.30 - 6 & Sat: 11 - 5 Or by Appointment - please … Continue reading FFOUND 2018 WOOLFF GALLERY LONDON
Am delighted to be having a solo exhibition in Pietrasanta from August 11th - September 8th at Futura Gallery, Pietrasanta. Full details will be announced soon.
Exploring the transformation of multiples of a single object, which on it's own is loaded with symbolism, but in a group becomes an aesthetically pleasing object. This sculpture is called Lush and pays homage to plump, luscious lips whether natural or enhanced.
Wild Child continues Moman’s theme of syringes in art. The child like features are emphasized with the colourful “butterfly” needles that are used to create her hair. Syringes are symbolic and provoke many different emotional reactions, mostly negative. Often associated with drug taking, syringes can, however, alleviate pain, cure and protect against life threatening diseases, … Continue reading Artist Anthony Moman Creates A Haunting Sculpture From Syringes
Wild Child by Anthony Moman continues the theme of using syringes in art to convey a mixed message