视觉大师伯纳德·斯坦利·霍伊斯在疫情期间为牙买加设计了具有象征意义的螺旋钢雕塑

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  • 2021年8月12日

不锈钢,铝,太阳能LED灯,混凝土12x4x4'
现场安装港务局金斯敦
不锈钢,有机玻璃,铝,太阳能LED灯,混凝土12x4x4'
金斯敦市区港务局
太阳能LED灯
Bernardhoyes.com

联系人:Makeda Smith电话/短信:323-380-8819电邮:jazzmynepr@gmail.com主视觉艺术家Bernard Stanley Hoyes.传递象征性的螺旋钢雕塑在大流行期间前往牙买加棕榈沙漠,加利福尼亚州 - 当博纳德斯坦利霍伊斯师首次被任命为牙买加金斯敦恢复步行博物馆项目创造户外不锈钢雕塑,就在Covid之前。由金士顿恢复公司和杜克街道翻新项目赞助的该项目,并由旅游增强基金资助是对霍比斯,牙买加乡土和加州长期居民的衷心作用。400英镑的“蜂鸟的交配舞蹈”的表现和创造现在站在金斯顿市中心的历史杜克街上,是一个巨大的持久性,弹性和创造力磁力的巨大见证。棕榈沙漠,加利福尼亚州 - 当博纳德斯坦利霍伊斯师首次被任命为牙买加金斯敦恢复步行博物馆项目创造户外不锈钢雕塑,就在Covid之前。由金士顿恢复公司和杜克街道翻新项目赞助的该项目,并由旅游增强基金资助是对霍比斯,牙买加乡土和加州长期居民的衷心作用。400英镑的“蜂鸟的交配舞蹈”的表现和创造现在站在金斯顿市中心的历史杜克街上,是一个巨大的持久性,弹性和创造力磁力的巨大见证。霍伊斯因孤立的隔离,大流行的稀缺性甚至他自己的战斗与科迪德求巅峰,就像蜂鸣鸟,牙买加的全国鸟类,在他的纪念碑上。HOYES,最闻名于他的振动,生动的帆布再现,对雕塑没有陌生人。His six-foot “Roots of Pegasus” bronze figure for a private collector and his eight-foot three-ton granite rock carving of a blue fin tuna, crafted in Fuzhou City in the Fujian Province of China, cemented the artist’s ability to encapsulate life-force in a variety of mediums. “Mating Dance of Hummingbirds” maintains his legacy, with two glorious, chrome steel body and winged hummingbirds resting atop a twisted, spiral helix intertwined around a shared axis. The helical structure, like the shape of our DNA, is a symbol of eternity and life, and the foundation of sacred geometry, coded with evolution, infinite growth and longevity. Lucite rods stabilized within the wings also encase solar LED lighting offering enhanced reflective color features that add vitality to his design. “I sequester myself when creating all the time. For me it provides a confrontation with the chosen medium and discipline I’m working with. But there is a marked difference between self-imposed isolation and an enforced quarantine. Seclusion usually provides me a safe haven, whereas the shut down during Covid created a vibration of eerie inaccessibility,” explains Hoyes. “The entire crafting experience, including me suffering through Covid, and personally packaging and delivery the work, served to intensify the intentions instilled in this art piece. A multi-dimensional metaphor evolved for me. ‘Out Of Many, One People,' is Jamaica’s national motto. ‘The Mating Dance of Hummingbirds’ speaks to the ever evolving procreation of all species, reminding us that we all share common DNA and we are all connected in this together,” shares Hoyes. “The Duke Street Refurbishing Project/Kingston Restoration Company Limited is pleased to have commissioned the sculpture ‘Mating Dance of the Hummingbirds’ created by artist Bernard Hoyes. The hummingbird is a symbol of the unique biodiversity of our country. The majestic helix structure reflects the resilience and strength of our people in the face of adversity,” notes Dr. Blossom O’Meally-Nelson CD WGE, Project Manager of the Duke Street Refurbishing Project. “This work of art is a reminder of our interdependence as a nation and the importance of understanding and preserving our history, culture and self-identity. This iconic work will serve as a symbol of the importance of continued collaboration among stakeholders and partners for the redevelopment of Kingston and the establishment of the Duke Street Legal and Financial Business District,” adds Dayton Wood, Project Coordinator, Kingston Restoration Company Limited. Hoyes’ exhibition history spans over 50 years with over 100 exhibitions, 30 of them solo exhibitions, in various countries including his native Jamaica, USA, UK, the Netherlands, and Germany. Some of Hoyes’ past exhibitions include “Places and Validation, Art & Progression, The Getty Initiative Pacific Standard Time” in 2010; the “Art in LA 1945-1980” at CAAM in 2011; a feature in “L.A. Rising: SoCal Artists Before 1980,” published by the Getty Foundation, and a Multidisciplinary Production “Se7en Paintings, a Story in Performance” which bought seven of Hoyes’ iconic paintings from his Revival Series to life on the Ford Stage in Los Angeles in 2012. Most recent exhibits include the “Evolving Abstraction, 3 Contemporary Artists of the African Diaspora” at the Palm Springs Art Museum in February 2015 and “The Spirit of the Land through Climate Change” at the San Bernardino County Museum, Redlands, CA from November 2019 thru to March, 2020. “The Mating Dance of Hummingbirds” continues to soar the ever-evolving passion and visions of Bernard Stanley Hoyes. Whether sculpting or painting, as a multidisciplinary artist, Hoyes’ work is imbued with spiritually that nurtures the soul. Visit his online gallery atwww.bernardhoyes.com.和蜂鸟坐在一起,无论何时去牙买加的金斯敦!

联系人:
Bernard Stanley Hoyes.
加勒比美术出版
323.788.19.59
Bernardhoyes@mac.com

Bernardhoyes.com
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棕榈泉,加利福尼亚州
Bernardhoyes@mac.com
323.788.1959
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