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John Lombardi

John Lombardi
Sea Torso 2/10, cast bronze
with patina, 18"x5"x5"
Several years ago, when the Oxford Gallery launched a nationwide search for a young stone sculptor of rising prominence, we found our top candidate in our own back yard. Throughout the last decade, the reputation of John Lombardi has expanded steadily outward from his base in Syracuse, New York. John mastered his trade through apprenticeship in a town the name of which has become synonymous with the production of fine marbles through the ages: Carrara, Italy. And John is very much a traditionalist in that he defines his aesthetics in terms of the correspondence of masses, the relationship of line and volume, and the interplay of light and shade. In constructing pieces which seem to flow before our eyes or to rise weightlessly, John, like so many fine sculptors past and present, makes it his intention to defy the physical properties of his medium.

John Lombardi
Sea Synergy, black granite & copper coating,
John Lombardi
Waning Moon - granite 15"x15"x3"


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