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Egg is made from cast polymer resin.  limbs are hand fabricated form copper tubes and wires.  Articulable joints  are made from copper disks with over 100 hand punched holes to capture desired posture, then sealed permanently with fixative.
Egg is made from cast polymer resin.  limbs are hand fabricated form copper tubes and wires.  Articulable joints  are made from copper disks with over 100 hand punched holes to capture desired posture, then sealed permanently with fixative.
Egg is made from cast polymer resin.  limbs are hand fabricated form copper tubes and wires.  Articulable joints  are made from copper disks with over 100 hand punched holes to capture desired posture, then sealed permanently with fixative.
Egg is made from cast polymer resin.  limbs are hand fabricated form copper tubes and wires.  Articulable joints  are made from copper disks with over 100 hand punched holes to capture desired posture, then sealed permanently with fixative.
Egg is made from cast polymer resin.  limbs are hand fabricated form copper tubes and wires.  Articulable joints  are made from copper disks with over 100 hand punched holes to capture desired posture, then sealed permanently with fixative.
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Finding Serenity - Eggtion Figures Sculpture

Tomoaki Orikasa

United States

Sculpture, Metal on Plastic

Size: 10.5 W x 12.5 H x 2.9 D in

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Egg is made from cast polymer resin. limbs are hand fabricated form copper tubes and wires. Articulable joints are made from copper disks with over 100 hand punched holes to capture desired posture, then sealed permanently with fixative.

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Sculpture:Metal on Plastic

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:10.5 W x 12.5 H x 2.9 D in

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Tomoaki’s earliest works focused on abstract concepts in jewelry design and expressive figural forms which both stayed at the vanguard of his works until he began constructing anamorphic creations around the year 2005 through his Yolk Art bronze series. As Orikasa became more comfortable blurring the lines between reality and his artistic vision he started to create studies in narrative work. Living between spoken languages brought body language to the forefront of Tomoaki’s narrative anamorphs and eventually led to the first of the artist’s Eggtion Figures being created in early 2016. Over the year that followed Orikasa perfected the production and assembly of small parts that allow him to articulate his works into emotional fluency. The moments his sculptures capture portray simple, relevant human experiences that are commonplace.

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