Mcmurry, Penn. – Dec. 6, 2012 – Renowned sculptor and member of the Automotive Fine Arts Society, Tony Sikorski, has released 10 new unique one-of-a-kind masterpieces. Available just in time for the holidays through Sikorski, each sculpture was skillfully created by blending wood, glass, Plexiglas and stainless steel to create beautiful automotive centerpieces.
“When creating each new work, my ultimate goal is to celebrate the beauty and design of the car,” said Sikorski. “The shape and frame of my sculptures embrace the style and purpose of each subject, while the glossy curves and defined lines bring the cars to life. Every detail is essential.”
One of Sikorski’s new sculptures honors Rolls Royce, with dramatically elongated lines flowing from front to back, to create a sense of movement. With the perfect combination of black and cream colored wood, stainless steel and period appropriate rivets, Sikorski dramatically emphasizes the car’s boat tail curves over each wheel and lengthened the hood to capture the power, speed and motion of the classic automobile.
With a glossy bronze finish, white wall tires and stainless steel side panels, Sikorski’s 1950s Cadillac concept car sculpture makes a bold statement. As a tribute to early 1950s styling, the aggressive stance and lines of the Cadillac once again portray powerful forward motion.
“I’ve long revered the chic designs of the ‘30s, ‘40s and ‘50s era cars,” said Sikorski. “Each sculpture I design is created to reflect the sense of luxury and high fashion that helped define those golden years. From the aggressive lines of the 1950s Cadillac to the timeless elegance of the Rolls Royce, my sculptures take a step back in time when style was king.”
Sikorski’s most unique and eye-popping sculpture from his most recent creations is of a 1930s era Duesenberg that gets its alluring under glow from an extremely rare Acrylite Fluorescent Plastic base.
“I always like working with new materials to create a look unlike anything else available,” added Sikorski. “The glowing effect produced by this rare plastic base reflects off of the stainless steel wheel wells and body lines, while illuminating the green and yellow inserts that give the Duesenberg its flowing lines.”
Commissioned by corporations and private collectors worldwide, Sikorski’s talents have been highly sought after since his career began in 1963, when he won a scholarship to the Ivy Art Institute of Graphic Design in Pittsburgh. His work has earned recognition from publications such as Car Collector, Robb Report, Mobilia, Automobile Magazine and AutoWeek.
For more information on Tony Sikorski and his new sculptures, contact Tony directly at (724) 884-3782 or at Tony.Sikorski@comcast.net.