The Sun King
The Sun King is looks down upon the world and sees what is happening. Like myths and legends of the past we project what we know and feel, into objects that reveal our what is in our heart.
600 x 520mm
The Last Kiss
The Last Kiss.
When do you know that it's the last time you will have kissed a loved one? A connection to the one you love, with a kiss.
We are part of each other, the spaces we share, the time we spent together before one passes into another realm.
A precious moment.
420 x 350mm
When we listen to music, we hear the music and we hear the way the person is playing the musical instrument.
One cannot happen without the other. We can hear the passion and emotion in the way it is played,
intertwined, the player and instrument become one, like an extension of their body.
407 x 407 x 100mm
The March Hare
The March Hare 2021
Made from a single piece of copper, the March Hare is a mask that embodies the mysticism and elegance of this majestic animal
350 x 220mm
£500 for commission requests for similar, no two hares will look the same.
Little Hare 2023
A smaller version of The March hare
Approximately 160 x 100mm
£150 plus p+p
Mr Richard Fox 2021
made from a single piece of copper, Mr Richard Fox is a deeply mysterious and soulful fox with piercing eyes and pagan style markings .
210 x 190mm
£550 commission requests for similar, no two foxes will be the same.
Urban Fox 2023
A smaller version of Mr Richard Fox
Approximately 150 x 120mm
£175 plus p+p
Copper Sculptural jewellery
Oak leaf brooches
Measuring from 50-70mm
These copper and totally individual oak leaf brooches can be worn on outer garments.
It is uniquely cut, shaped, hot torch flame painted then finally sealed with a beeswax compound and hand signed.
Each brooch is priced between
£35- £45 plus p+p
Varvara White is a metal artist living and working in Buckinghamshire.
She studied at Wimbledon College of Art where she cultivated her passion for working in steel, leading her to teach art and sculpture. Varvara loves experimenting with different metals and processes, however working with copper has given Varvara the freedom to express her ideas in a fluid and organic way. Like ancient copper smiths before her, Varvara is able to manipulate and change this unassuming metal into strong yet lightweight structural forms. Varvara also enjoys exploring semi figurative ideas which connect with our humanity and the way we think and feel. Her current interest is in the way armour and masks are used in their many guises.
Varvara's art and jewellery sculpture pieces can also be seen via instagram and also at The Good Earth Gallery, Chesham, Buckinghamshire. England.
Contact Varvara to enquire about any of the sculptures or brooches.
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Varvara is happy to discuss your requirements or anything you may want to ask about her art and processes.
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