Homan, Margot

Margot Homan’s sculptures form a metaphor for her life’s philosophy. Her virtuosity and sensitivity for detail evoke reminiscences of the heyday of the Renaissance. But Homan’s genre is not “art for art’s sake”. There is an underlying longing for perfection that forms part of Homan’s vision of life, where “oneness” and “development toward a higher plane” are central.

With her work, Margot Homan wishes to demonstrate that even in these times the pursuit of that higher plane, however unattainable, is still relevant. That is the signal she sends out to the world, by creating sculptures that transcend human limitation. Because of the high demands that she also places on the quality of the finishing of her works, Margot Homan has her bronzes cast in Pietrasanta, Italy.

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