Grace

 

Grace, abstract sculpture.


Enzo Gallo

"Grace"

Sculpture - Metal

74" x 14" x 14"

1981

Hallandale Branch Library

 

Description

Italian born sculptor Enzo Gallo considered the site of the library as an integral part of his conception for the theme of his work. His intention was to provide a form which depicts the idea of people of all ages, races and creeds joining together in the common pursuit of knowledge. Cast in bronze, 'Grace' is standing in front of the library gracefully.

Artist Statement

 
"The sculpture represents, with its graceful lines, a combination of Harmonics and Beauty as an evocative sense of the Education and its importance for the good development of the Youth in order to find a successful and progressive way with plenty of Love and Respect for our families, schools and other institutions that contribute to create a triumphant world"