Fae II (King Cobra)

fAe II (The King Cobra), 2017

polyester, acrylic, stainless steel

85 cm x 105 cm x 105 cm

Private collection

The fAe – statue in life size. The fAe is the opposite to the statue “Levitation” – the whole composition, but also the anatomical treatment, emphasizes the basic need of life-breath. Compositionally, the work is based on the position of the yoga asana called a cobra. The principle of inhalation enhances the feeling of rising up, the effort to breathe, to lift up and look around into space and life – the birth of strength. The viewer can look into the widened eyes and see themselves.

Photos: Ivan Pinkava


Will-o'-the-wisp, 2013

polyester, stainless steel, steel, acrylate

230 x 190 x 56 cm

Private collection

Will-o’-the-wisp – a sculpture belonging to the theme of fairies, similar to the Little Mermaid. It was based on a small sculpture of the same name made in 2012 thanks to a private investor (a bronze version was also made with his support). Compositionally, the sculpture is based on a yoga position called Bakasana, but this time it is also modified and shifted position and is not a mere illustration. The statue of Will-o’-the-wisp is understood here as a form of a restless supernatural being who tries to seduce the pilgrim from the right path by his appearance and form.