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Pillow : Scott O Hara Sugar Sculptor July 1999, adding some finishing touches to two Macaw

Scott O Hara Sugar Sculptor July 1999, adding some finishing touches to two Macaw




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Scott O Hara Sugar Sculptor July 1999, adding some finishing touches to two Macaw

Scott O Hara Sugar Sculptor July 1999, adding some finishing touches to two Macaw Parrots made from icing sugar at the International Conference Centre in Birmingham

Neville Williams
mirrorpix
Hertfordshire
United Kingdom
WA*1070511

Media ID 21531650

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Artist Sculptor Sculpture Sugar


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Estimated Product Size is 45.7cm x 45.7cm (18" x 18")

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Artwork printed orientated as per the preview above, with landscape (horizontal) or portrait (vertical) orientation to match the source image.


EDITORS COMMENTS
In this print captured by Neville Williams, we are transported back to the vibrant art scene of the 1990s. The image showcases renowned artist and sculptor Scott O Hara as he meticulously adds the final touches to two magnificent Macaw Parrots made entirely from delicate icing sugar. The International Conference Centre in Birmingham serves as the backdrop for this awe-inspiring creation, where O Hara's talent truly shines through his sugar sculptures. With a steady hand and an eye for detail, he brings these colorful birds to life with remarkable precision. As we admire this snapshot frozen in time, it becomes evident that O Hara's mastery extends beyond traditional mediums. His ability to transform simple ingredients into intricate works of art is nothing short of extraordinary. Each stroke of his brush-like tool delicately enhances every feather on these edible parrots, showcasing his dedication and passion for his craft. This photograph not only captures a moment but also encapsulates the essence of artistic expression during that era. It takes us back to a time when creativity knew no bounds and artists like Scott O Hara pushed boundaries with their innovative techniques. Neville Williams' lens immortalizes this fleeting masterpiece, allowing us to appreciate both the skillful hands behind it and the beauty it exudes. This print is a testament to the power of imagination and reminds us that true artistry can be found even in unexpected places – such as within grains of sugar transformed into enchanting sculptures by talented individuals like Scott O Hara.

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