Mask is a reflection of revealing our true selves. So often we put on a different face and then can no longer identify our own self. As he said, Mask identifies the facade we hide behind. (Nathan, 2007)
Walls go up. They separate divide and segregate. But even the biggest and baddest walls come down eventually. Walls are no match for the human spirit. (Nathan, 2008)
Love the lighting effect for Ascension.
“What will lift you up? Love? Faith? Success? And once you are raised up, where is it that you go? the idea of ascension, going to a higher place without first experiencing death, is something I wanted to explore. Where is it that you believe you’ll go?” (Nathan, 2010)
Here I am! The welcoming hand of Singapore.
I’ve just got to step outside of myself for a few minutes. But don’t worry, I’ll be back. (Nathan – 2008)
When we’re born, we’re all given a shell to live in.
And one of the joys of living is being able to fill it in any way we like. (Nathan, 2008)
Can you imagine? Swimmer took 15 days to complete.
Love lives forever. It outlives youth and a flat stomach and a full head of hair. And that’s what makes it beautiful. (2010)
An awesome Brick exhibitions from Nathan Sawaya — 《The Art of the Brick》
“Yellow always draws a lot of attention from adults as well as children. i think we grown-ups appreciate how cathartic’opening oneself up to the world’s can be for our souls. And the kids? Probably because yellow guts spilling onto the floor looks cool. For me, this piece is about the metamorphosis I have been through on my journeys”. (2006 – Nathan Sawaya)
A self-portrait by Nathan Sawaya. he used dozens and dozens of photos of his head from all angles as a basis for this over-sized sculpture. it tool over a month to create. (2009)
The most important tool for Nathan. The “hands” took 3 weeks to create. (2007)
In fact this is an untitled piece. however, Nathan said” There it is, small enough to hold between your thumb and forefinger. Hold it up to the light. Can you see through it? Look at it more closely. what is it? Well, it’s Art, after all. (2007) Well, this is Art!