Love me

Handmade silicone heart with resin letters. Dimensions: 14x12x5 cm

Soft, Huggable, Silicon Heart Sculpture. These hearts symbolise the human need for connection, feeling, and pure expression of love. . All together send a message: STOP - QUESTION -THINK - FEEL - LOVE and then HUG ME, LOVE ME, KISS ME


€201,61

Title of work: LOVE ME
Series: Hearts & Suits
Artist: Brigitte Polemis
Medium: Handmade silicone & resin sculpture.
Dimensions: 14x12x5 cm
Signature: Imprinted signature of the artist on the side.
Edition: Limited edition of 150
Certificate of authenticity: This work includes certificate of authenticity with imprinted signature of the artist.
Giftbox packaging option: Available at checkout.

These hearts symbolise the human need for connection, feeling, and pure expression of love. The shape of the heart expresses the need to trust and have a sense of security, honesty, and open communication in order to break down isolation. It allows the viewer to connect, "let go" and be present. All together send a message: STOP - QUESTION -THINK - FEEL - LOVE and then HUG ME, LOVE ME, KISS ME

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About the Artist

Brigitte Polemis

Brigitte's work is caught between the disciplines of photography, printing, design, and sculpture. Her work is defined by her minimal aesthetics of color, line, and form. Her choice of Perspex as her media, the use of technologies, and her attention to high production values give her artwork a very contemporary feel. in addition, the use of the multiple motifs and lined backgrounds add elements of surreal, optical, and pop art, that in her work find a new unique expression.