Lubomir Tomaszewski


transFORM Gallery Presents: Lubomir Tomaszewski

transFORM Gallery Presents: Lubomir Tomaszewski

Lead the Way

Lead the Way

Rock & Metal
41 ½ ” H x 16” W x 10” D

Who Says You Have To Be Serious?

Who Says You Have To Be Serious?

Wet Bronze
26 ½ ” H x 18” W x 12” D

Wild Majesty

Wild Majesty

Rock & Metal
15” H x 17” W x 14 1/5” D

Calling to the Moon

Calling to the Moon

Rock & Metal
11” H x 15” W x 4 ½ ” D

Deep in Thought

Deep in Thought

Rock & Metal
13 ½” H x 16” W x 5 ½” D

A Game of Patience

A Game of Patience

Rock & Metal
9 ½” H x 25” W x 7 ½” D

Ready for Battle

Ready for Battle

Rock & Metal
13” H x 24” W x 9” D

Gazelle

Gazelle

Rock & Metal
22” H x 29” W x 14” D

Radiant Joy

Radiant Joy

Wet Bronze
17” H x 16” W x 8” D
SOLD

Baby Owl

Baby Owl

Rock & Metal
4.5"H x 4"W x 4" D

Dark Eyes Owl

Dark Eyes Owl

Rock & Metal
5"H x 5"W x 4"D

Hello Owl

Hello Owl

Rock & Metal
6"H x 5"W x 3"D

The Red Headed Girl

The Red Headed Girl

Stained Wood & Metal
35.5"H x 8" W x 6.5" D

Dreaming of Stardom

Dreaming of Stardom

Stained Wood & Metal
30"H x 10"W x 7"D

Classic Dancer- Toe Raised

Classic Dancer- Toe Raised

Stained Wood & Metal
48"H x 16.5"W x 12"D

Dancing Crane

Dancing Crane

Wood & Metal
15.5" Hx 16" W x 7.75" D
SOLD

Over the Stage

Over the Stage

Rock & Metal
60" x 75" x 18"

Ascending Swan

Ascending Swan

Wood & Metal, Copper & Aluminum
16.5" H x 23" W x 5.5" D

Antelope

Antelope

Rock and metal
20.5" x 7.5" x 17"

Oryx

Oryx

Rock & Metal
8" x 12" x 4.5"

Dancing by the Sea

Dancing by the Sea

Wet Bronze
30.5" H x 15" W x 12" D

Ram

Ram

Rock and Metal
8.5" H x 7.5" W x 5" D

Gallop

Gallop

Metal and Rock
23" x 42" x 8"

Paul Revere

Paul Revere

Metal & Wood
46 H x 57 W x 15 D

Conqueror

Conqueror

Rock, Metal & Wood
32 H x 36 W x 12 D

Chasing Wind

Chasing Wind

Metal & Wood
24 H x 43 W x 12 D

 

lubomir tomaszewski transform gallery
Lubomir immigrated to the United States in search of artistic freedom back in 1966.  He wanted to create works based on his own beliefs, and not based on the orders or ideology of the government at the time.  He took a position as a professor in the Department of Design at the University of Bridgeport, Connecticut, where he taught from 1967 – 1993.  He taught the design of industrial products (i.e. tools, devices powered by electricity, and cars), the design of furniture and interiors, the laws regulating the safety of the product (an agreement with obligatory norms and needs of the society), and drawings.

He says after arriving in America, he could freely develop his creative ambitions in the field of sculpture.  He began looking for a new direction, which later was named Inspired by Nature – Creations of Nature.  Creations of nature, aptly named from freshly uncovered boulders and rocks, fallen tree trunks, awoke his imagination.  He used them to complete his visions with copper, bronze and other metals.  In this way he created sculptures with figurative characteristics.

How accurately it was once written: “When Lubomir Tomaszewski looks at rocks, he sees sculpture.  Something in the way it lays, its form, its natural aspect suggests to him the shape of an animal or a bird.”

http://www.lubomirtomaszewski.com/

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