updated: Jan 15, 2020 13:00 HST
January 15, 2020 (Newswire.com) –
After the immense success of the sold-out painting “Hibiscus Dancer,” Vladimir Kush is proud to announce the New Release of his Bronze Sculpture “Hibiscus Dancer” (40 x 24 x20) Edition of 100. While paintings and drawings have long been the focus of Kush’s work, many of his ideas have since expanded beyond the flat surface of the canvas, evolving into bronze and silver sculptures, high-end jewelry pieces, and accessories. From fine paintings to extraordinary purses, the artist is incredibly rare in that he can offer collectors several different mediums under the same artistic concept.
This sculpture represents a garden or field blossoms swaying in the breeze to remind us of the dancing flowers. This beautiful image appears in the famous Waltz of the Flowers in the fairy ballet Nutcracker of the celebrated Russian composer Peter Tchaikovsky.
However, the sculpture represents not a waltz but rather a fiery whirling dance, possibly flamenco, with its rapid turns and stops. The red color of the dancer’s dress symbolizes passion and love. With a gorgeous gesture, she draws the curtains inviting us to enter into the mysterious twilight. Turning into Fairy Queen, she would lead us into the hidden woodland to join the fairies dancing in a ring. The dancer’s flower is Hibiscus, the rose of Hawaii.
Kush, a world-renowned artist and the creator of the “Metaphorical Realism,” is one of the most recognized artists of our time. He created a new concept. He believes as most important things in life; his metaphorical thinking comes from childhood and explaining how there is always a connection. There is a link between any two ideas, no matter how seemingly wide apart. In fact, the more unconnected they appear, the greater the challenge and the thrill of bringing them together. Grasping the hidden likeness of things and holding on to it – this is “Metaphorical Realism.”
Kush Fine Art Gallery is one of the most successful and world-recognized galleries in the world and the current three locations in Las Vegas, Maui, and Laguna Beach are visited by thousands of people every year. For more information, visit our website at www.vladimirkush.com or contact us via email at [email protected]
Source: Kush Fine Art