A Closer Look at the Amazing Sculpture of MARTON VARO

Mark Moore Fine Art is pleased to announce a series of new short videos highlighting the work of sculpture MARTON VARO.

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Image: Marton Varo, Carrara marble / 144 × 72 × 48 in (installed at the TCU School of Business Fort Worth, Texas)

Check out the new YOUTUBE webpage launched today that showcases the CUBE Series works of Marton Varo – which shows how these works are made by hand and is able to give you a sense of  these works in the round – can be viewed at the follwing link HERE for your reference. You will also find short videos these that show the artist working in his studio and how these remarkable works are made.

Born March 15, 1943 in Szekelyudvarhely, Transylvania, Hungary (now Romania), Marton Varo studied sculpture at Ion Andreescu Institute of Arts in Cluj, Romania from 1960 to 1966. In 1970, he moved to Debrecen, Hungary, where he completed several sculptures for public places and was awarded the Munkacsy Prize in 1984.

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Receiving a Fulbright scholarship in 1988, Varo became affiliated with the University of California, Irvine, studying the relationship between architecture and sculpture. In 1990, he became the Artist in Residence for a public art project in the City of Brea, California. Ever since, Varo has been working in an open-air studio at UC Irvine, California, carving his sculptures for public places throughout the US and abroad. Varo lives and works in the USA, in California and Florida, spending summers working in Carrara, Italy.

For more information on Marton Varo please contact: mark@markmoorefineart.com

Visit our Varo webpage to view all available works at this special link.

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