Erin Sullivan, Sun and Moon, USA, 2016
In Sun and Moon, Sullivan places a gold bronze cast of lava rock above a silvered bronze cast of gentle folds of sand to represent a metaphorical “sun” rising over a “moon.” A curtain of horsehair dramatically descends from the base of the monumental bronze relief and embedded LED lights emit a warm glow. Sun and Moon draws inspiration from the ancient Norse gods of Sol (sun) and Mani (moon).
New York based contemporary sculptor Erin Sullivan employs the labor-intensive lost-wax process to create exquisite, realistic bronze interpretations of her organic subject matter.
As Sullivan works on a commission basis, custom dimensionality and finishes may be accommodated.
Medium: Lighted Bronze, Horse Hair, LEDs
Dimensions: 81” H x 36” W x 3” D, 205.74 H x 91.44 W x 7.62 D cm
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