Jeff Tritel Sculpture

The Sixth Symphony

The Sixth Symphony by Jeff Tritel

In the sculptor's words...

This is a complex piece and I think you have to spend time with it in order to appreciate its complexities. There is one particular theme in this sculpture which is a flat band that occurs over and over again in different variations. The curve of the violin itself appears a number of times in the figure. The whole is subordinated to the parts in this sculpture. When I look at this, I can hear "Beethoven's Pastoral", the sixth symphony, in all its aspects. I feel the storm, the thunder, the lightning, the early raindrops, as well as the more serene passages. Different angles feel like different symphonic movements.

Photo is of "Violinist II" which is a version of "The Sixth Symphony" that is smaller with a height of 25".



Bronze with patina, granite base
Edition limited to 7
Height 40"
Width 14"
Depth 14"
Current Price $34,000
Copyright 2001

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