Barbara hepworth sculpture

Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Barbara Hepworth sculpture. Discover the unique forms and textures that bring her artwork to life, and be inspired to create your own masterpiece.
BARBARA HEPWORTH, Single Form, Bronze, Battersea Park, London, 1961-62. Photography Michael Gray, 2008. / ND Magazine Street Art, Contemporary Art, Land Art, Barbara Hepworth, Barbara Hepworth Sculpture, Alberto Giacometti, Public Art, Barbara, Contemporary Sculpture

Born in London UK and now living near Clapham Common in South London, my passion for photography began when I purchased my first camera in 1985. I am a self-taught photographer, yet creating images has given me personal satisfaction, they are moments of my journey through life. Working in solitude, winter and foggy days are my favourite for atmospheric images that communicate with me. As my quest for visual harmony continues, twilight or night time play an important role.

Studio, Museums, De Stijl, Art, Studio C, Exhibition Space, Modica, Museum, Barbara Hepworth

“…the strokes of the hammer on the chisel have to be in time with your heartbeat or pulse.” Barbara Hepworth’s name is synonymous with smooth, monolithic forms resembling human bodies or careworn sea-lashed rocks. Today she is recognised as one of Britain’s foremost Modernist sculptors, part of a generation exploring post-war abstraction with a hard-won,...

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