At Solomon Sculpture Gallery in Hartsdale, NY, our artist Debora Solomon utilizes negative space evident in all of her work. Because negative space as well as positive space helps define sculpture, the importance of working with that negative space and deliberately using it as an element of the sculpture itself has become more important in Debora’s work over the course of time.
Debora has experimented with the idea of making negative space the primary sculpture itself, i.e., that which the viewer’s eyes sees first. It is the combination of the two, positive and negative space, which gives sculpture its dynamic quality.
Our sculptures, in stone, bronze and wood, reflect a variety of design concepts. Some are figurative, with a style reminiscent of Henry Moore, while others are geometric in design with the blending of triangles. Many others are abstract, fluid-like, yet in stone.
The sizes range from 6x8 to 14x36 inches. They are tabletop sizes ideal for interior design.
Whatever the medium, each sculpture is unique and will give you a lifetime of beauty and pleasure. Commissions are welcome.
12th Annual Small Works Show, Mamaroneck Artists Guild, Larchmont, N.Y., March 31-April 23, 2016.
Greenburgh Library Show, Scarsdale Art Association, Greenburgh, N.Y. Dec. 6, 2015-Jan. 22, 2016.
Adolph Grant Award Show, New Rochelle Art Assocation, New Rochelle, N.Y. Dec. 6, 2015-Jan. 7, 2016.
Scarsdale Outdoor Art Festival, Chase Park, Scarsdale Art Association, Scarsdale, N.Y., September 12-13, 2015