early sculptures

Following a return from what was Soviet occupied Lithuania and influenced by homeland artists, the respect for material and passion for carving masses of recycled timber into abstract and other objects continued in search of an evolving native tradition.

A paramount adherence to craftsmanship and quality fished meant an opposite direction to the rawness neo expressionists. Symbols and narratives of the past and the ancient Occident abound.

Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Pergatory 1998  red gum (timber)  95 x 195 x 62 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Chastity 1998  mountain ash & red gum (timber)  126 x 56 x 56 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Pedestal 1998  red gum (timber)  123 x 43 x 45 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Mandala 1997  timber, steel  140 x 122 x 46 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Arka I 1996  brush box (timber)  96 x 98 x 39 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Europa I 1996  timber, paint, steel  46 x 185 x 20 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Europa II 1996  timber, steel, paint  62 x 380 x 28 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Sarcophagus II 1995  timber  48 x 82 x 36 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Passage of Scripture III 1995  jarrah (timber), paint  192 x 138 x 19 cm

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