Fernando Mastrangelo

Arctic Flatwork, 2019

Powdered glass and dyed sand
54 inches (137.2 cm.)
Very Good
Artist Studio
New York
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Fernando Mastrangelo is a New York-based artist mostly known for his collectible designs, large-scale sculptures and installations. His works are sculpted by hand and use an impressive array of natural materials such as sand, salt, silica, and crushed or powdered glass, linking his practice with a powerful environmental and geographical narrative. Mostly appreciated for his sizeable pale color, natural-looking sculptures and organic furniture, Mastrangelo also produces incredibly textured 2D work.

Arctic, a painting made entirely from hand-dyed granules of powdered glass in black, blue and white shades, is an exquisite example of his most recent and exclusive stream of work. This landscape-oriented abstract piece evokes the aerial views of a glacial terrain. Fernando Mastrangelo has designed bespoke commissioned works and spaces for top-tier international brands such as Audemars Piguet, Stella McCartney, and Dior.

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