Jeff Tritel Sculpture

Self Portrait

Self Portrait by Jeff Tritel

In the sculptor's words...

I think the forms in this sculpture are deceptively simple.   There is a quietude to the sculpture but also an emotional intensity.  Half the face is polished into a mask.  This is a symbolic defense.  When I go out and deal with the public, I feel like I have to have a hard mask on in order to protect myself.   The arms are very big.  This implies potential.  However, his thumbs are just tucked into his pockets.  He’s not doing anything with his hands or arms.  This is like untapped potential and the frustration I’ll sometimes feel at not getting enough done.  A feeling that I should accomplish more.
Bronze with patina, marble base
Edition limited to 10
Height 18"
Width 7.5"
Depth 4"
Weight 16
Current Price $10,000
Copyright 1982

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