later sculptures

In opening inner space, forms jettisoned their previous heaviness and found pivotal balance less confined to the horizontal plane.

A discovery of a new material vocabulary introduced the use of sandstone, granite and particularly Australian marble, resulting in forms accommodating the limitations of gravity and tensile capacity. The past consciousness moved towards meditations of natural architecture and symbolic motifs.

Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Elipse 2004  jarrah (timber)  132 x 56 x 64 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Arka IV 2004  mountain ash (timber)  102 x 66 x 64 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Labyrinth 2003  Marble - Carrara, Italy  62 x 62 x 16 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Groin II 2003  marble - Buchan, Vic  45 x 23 x 21 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Arka III 2002  marble - Carrara, Italy  64 x 47 x 20 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Wind 2002  marble - Buchan, Vic  45 x 30 x 15 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Red Gothic 2001  jarrah (timber)  103 x 33 x 30 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Piliastras 2000  sandstone - Wondabyne, NSW  114 x 39 x 28 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Ten Years On 1999  red gum (timber)  202 x 58 x 58 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
Origin 1999  red gum (timber)  69 x 132 x 38 cm
Faustas Sadauskas Artist Sculptor Abstract Art Commission Collection Marble Timber
White Gothic 1999  myrtle (timber), paint  109 x 48 x 38 cm

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