Metal Wire, paint
140 x 90 x 30 cm
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110 x 75 x 27 cm
100 x 65 x 30 cm
115 x 50 x 25 cm
Xenia" encapsulates the enchantment of my coastal childhood in Gensan, where the sea was just a stone's throw away, a playground of wonders. Amongst the myriad corals, Pulsing Xenia took center stage, a living aquatic spectacle. Hours were spent in awe, witnessing their underwater dance – a gift from the Greek name itself, Xenia, meaning "gift."
During low tide, secrets were unveiled as temporary water ponds appeared, offering a gateway to the mesmerizing Xenia corals. Walking through these ponds, the squishy sand beneath our feet, we marveled at the corals' intricate details and vibrant hues. It was a front-row ticket to an extraordinary underwater realm.
Though Gensan may now be a distant memory, the pulsing Xenia still brings a smile, reminding us that even in the tiniest moments, the ocean shares its wondrous gifts, a treasure trove of joy and wonder.
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About The Artist
Racso Jugarap is a self-taught artist from the Philippines with a lifelong passion for creativity. Growing up as the youngest son of a jewelry craftsman, Racso frequently found himself engrossed in his father's workshop, crafting toys and embarking on intricate school projects. As he pursued his studies in Hospitality Management, he began to explore his artistic talents further.
His journey took him around the world as a chef, allowing him to immerse himself in the beauty, culture, and energy of diverse global destinations. Now residing in Belgium, Racso has drawn inspiration from the integral role of art in people's lives and has decided to share his own hidden artistic talents.
Curves have consistently been a prominent feature in his creations. For Racso, curved shapes represent fluidity and dynamism, and the degree of curvature in an object can convey both calmness and vibrancy, adding depth to his artistic expressions.
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