Sam Shendi is an Egyptian-born British sculptor. He uses contemporary industrial material, steel, stainless steel, aluminium and fiberglass to create his figurative work.
Shendi believes that his works whittle down the human figure to its simplest form, enabling the exploration of the idea of the human form as a vessel.
His colors enhance his sculptures, bringing an extra layer to his abstract forms.
By reducing the human body to a container or minimal shape, his creations become centered on an emotion or an expression.While he appreciates the abstract form, his interest is in the human andpsychological dimensions he adds to his sculptures.
Describing himself as a figurative sculptor it is important to Shendi that the work, however minimalistic, still has an impact on the viewer visually and emotionally.
His work is colorful, inventive, and something that makes the observer stop and just….look.
More of Sam Shendi’s bright modern art can be found at http://samshendi.co.uk/.
6 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Sam Shendi”
Yes absolutely Claudia
So wonderfully different, isn’t it?
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I agree…I find it quite unusual. I could see this in a lobby in an office building or medical building…not something in my backyard, tho…ha…
Wow! Claudia this is awesome and what an art, something quite different from the rest of the artists.
if this doesn’t stop you in your tracks…I don’t know what would!