Flowers of The East
Guil’s sculptures draw their energy from a collusive game between nature, culture and history. Flowers of The East, like all Guil’s work express geometrical abstractions.
The aluminium used for this sculpture are fundamentally contemporary and of Mediterranean inspiration.
''The soul of the dancer lives in its whole body. She danced the dance of flames and that of the swords and the arrows; She danced the dance of stars and that of the universe; Then she danced the dance of flowers spining in the wind. ''
Source: The Wandering, 1932
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