127. Woman in the Wind by Kimber Fiebiger

Kimber says, “I am moved by both classical and contemporary styles. I found my beginnings in small sculptures that led to large scale pieces later in my career. I have been creating sculptures for over thirty-five years, representing two very different artistic sides – my desire to interpret the jovial side of humanity, and my admiration for the essence of spirituality in the human body form. Each piece is my attempt to create human expression and characteristics that exemplifies balance between the geometry of lines and the fluidity and energy of movement. My inspiration comes in many forms –from yoga, dancers, athletes, and my playful side. My sculptures start as a specific idea in clay. The plasticity of clay makes the transition from idea to the final bronze figure a surprising one, where I let my hands and the material take over my mind sometimes creating what I wasn’t expecting.I like the challenge of working in metal; taking the hard and fixed and making it free flowing and expressive. I am motivated to create work that will bring joy to those who have been admirers of the art form for many years and those new to the methods and materials. I am continually surprised by where my sculptures take me. A constant, however, is my desire for expression of vibrant body gestures that represent diverse human emotions and characteristics.”

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