Sculpture and Form with British Barbara

See the work of late British multimedia artist, Barbara Hepworth – she created a world of natural and manmade textures in abstract form.

As an ode to the arts – past eternally influencing the present – dive gracefully n’ all cultured-AF into the world of Barbara Hepworth, the late British sculptor that shaped the landscape for female artists from the 1920s into the 1970s. Characteristic to her work is her use of abstract form and bold, billowy shapes as well as cold and warm textures, creating a fluid yet dynamic result.

At the time of her career, she was one of the only female artists to gain recognition on an international level, traveling to Paris and beyond and rubbing shoulders with contemporaries like Jean Arp, Pablo Picasso, and Constantin Brâncuşi. Later in her career, into the 1940s, she began publishing mesmerizingly creepy sketches of hospitals.

Dame Barbara Hepworth (1903-1975)

A number of her sculptures will be available to witness up-close-and-personal in the 3D world, in Paris at Musée Rodin from early November until the end of March.

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