Four Groups of Hands – Sculptures

(sculptures by Katerina Polychronopoulou)

Four Groups of Hands 

Plaster sculptures on wood (25 x 40cm)

This sculpture consisting of ceramic hands explores the concept of human behaviour and feelings through different gestures. The hands allude to a group of people, each engaging in different actions and interactions with the rest. The composition is divided into four separate groups of hands. Some hands are seen protecting each other, others are ‘kissing’; others are lifting one up, and others are seen promoting and expressing their pride for one hand.

(sculptures by Katerina Polychronopoulou) Plaster sculptures on wood (25 x 40cm)

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