Atlantic Arts Installs Craig French's "Winged Victory"

  • ANNAPOLIS, California
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  • July 27, 2012

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Winged Victory
Craig French

Atlantic Arts recently completed installation of the Craig French sculpture, "Winged Victory," a 25-foot high stainless steel and glass for a corporate office park for defense contractors.

 

In an effort to bring the client a significant artistic statement, Atlantic Arts sought an artist capable of working with a theme and content that would bring meaning to the tenants and the client. The location adjacent to a military base and the defense contractor tenant profile ultimately became the theme. Using the classic sculpture "Winged Nike" as the inspiration, "Winged Victory" embodies the elements of the Greek Goddess: strength, speed, determination, and ultimately success. "Winged Victory" received high praise from the owner: "I find it to be very impressive and another great example of our commitment to the arts."

 

Craig French's lyrical sculptures have gained an international audience from Australia to Japan to Germany. His works reside in over three dozen corporate collections. They can also be found in dozens of private collections from California to Maine.

About Atlantic Arts

Atlantic Arts is the consulting arm of M Contemporary, owned by Mark Myers. 

M Contemporary is led by Mark Myers, who has been a private dealer and consultant for over 25 years. Myers seeks finely finished works with content, avoiding the ephemeral in favor of long term relevance and value. Myers works with a diverse range of artists in reputation and accomplishment, as well as imagery and content. Myers recently worked with Four Seasons Baltimore on the art for their hotel, names one of the top ten new hotels in the US in 2011. Myers Contemporary works with artists from around the world for commissions, utilizing as appropriate sculptures, paintings, photography, drawings, and multiple other formats of contemporary and fine artwork. The gallery is uniquely qualified to bring together paintings, sculptures, and exclusive art productions that portray various interpretations of contemporary art.

 

For more information about the set-up: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CgTC5BJi7yA&feature=youtu.be

For more information about commissioned portraits, artists, light sculptures or her media works, please visit online or contact us at 410-263-2554.

 


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