Sculpture named Parallel Worlds designed for Avidia Bank.

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My cousin, european designer Ivan Dlabač design and made this unique coat stand. Only 8 pieces are in existence: One is in Australia, four are in Europe, and three are in USA.
Material: cast and polish aluminum. Cherry wood/drawers with porcelain numbered face.
For sale: $30,000.00
I was sitting in restaurant with my friends and they told me: "Ivan, you surprised us every time with something unusual you make... Some day you will come with impossibles!!!" For example: (as Czech expressions saying) blue from a sky or wristwatch with a water fountain!!! So, that summer I surprised them...
I was sitting in restaurant with my friends and they told me: "Ivan, you surprised us every time with something unusual you make... Some day you will come with impossibles!!!" For example: (as Czech expressions saying) blue from a sky or wristwatch with a water fountain!!! So, that summer I surprised them...
"Dad, how about we'll make a sculpture together??? You design it, I forged it, Mike will make hand-blow glass to it, all three of us collaborated on it! You love a swans, how about return of the swans they always return to your pond." So, sketch and model we made. It gave us a thought to make a bigger sculpture "Return of the swans" and also thought for a documentary movie about three generations of artists collaborating together on one sculpture: "My blues and greens" we named the movie.

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How I started: My Art Studio star to be ready for assembly of sculpture metal segments one by one were put together on circular base 36"wide

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My friends long Ra and short Nin were standing beside to give me a hand.

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After 3th. Parallel world was attached and weld in I could step back and reach for model and confirm position of angles.

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While short Nin enjoys looks out from studio I had to build exterior gate door because #5 parallel world coming down from cathedral ceiling above need room and studio garage door was in the way.

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5th dimension comes and was permanently welded in nothing will separated parallel worlds ever. Sculpture resting on studio floor waiting for next day, tomorrow I'll remove ceiling crane and parallel world scale down model can take a rest after 3 months of hard work.

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Let's go to install!!!

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Creator and his creation posing for photo in front of Avidia Bank.

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Short movie about the installation porcess in front of Avidia Bank.

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Avidia Bank
270 Cochituate Rd. Framingham Branch
MA 01701
When I was 5 years old I start to play a violin and that was start of my life as musician. At age 15 I jumped from violin to guitar. At high school age I played in my own group and just about same time start with my life time hobby in miniature firearms gunsmith. During studying at a medical university I played in many different groups and establish group Puta- Stanek. After the sharp conflict with communist I didn't play for a hole year I was selected and started to play in the group called " George & Beatoven's with a singer Petr Novak which started my professional music playing. After death of singer Petr Novak we continued play with other legends of soft legend of soft rock and roll Karel Kahovec and that group staying play until today. At the age 10 I see a man who had a miniature gun as "bolo" on his neck. Immediately I tried to make something similar it happened around 1962. During my high school time I made my first miniature firearms scale down fully functional. In 1996 I made what fascinated me from youth a first colt navy 1851 as a "bolo"with holster. Later on I had chance to get set of plans for Luger PO 8 it was very difficult to make, this Luger had a lot of parts I made it for miniature firearms lovers in 1 to 4 scale down. The Luger PO 8 I made in several applications. In 2002 in USA Texas- Huston gun show I won 1st. price as a best miniature firearms maker in the world. Two of these miniature guns are exhibited in USA National Rifles Museum in Washington DC.
My cousin, european designer Ivan Dlabač design and made this unique coat stand. Only 8 pieces are in existence: One is in Australia, four are in Europe, and three are in USA.
Material: cast and polish aluminum. Cherry wood/drawers with porcelain numbered face.
For sale: $30,000.00