Land art and site specific sculpture - land art uses the environment and its scale as its material. Concrete art is expressed in material itself with which the artist introduces her non-representational objective. Public art can be viewed and accessed by observers.
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sculpture in steel - arcos
arcos zinc coated  steel and painted in RAL 3002 - steel Ø41x11cm - 1988
sculptures for public places, site specific, environmental, integrated and free standing bronze, steel, stainless steel, wood, concrete and plastic sculptures
You can see works as they were when under construction - returning monolinear to Queen Beatrix of he Netherlands after she had loaned it to the sculptor for an exhibition at the Dutch Ericsson Plant in Gilze-Rijen


Sculpture has been the main work of Lucien den Arend. His first works tended to be more plastic and combined organic and mechanical aspects of form. Since the sixties of the previous century his attention has shifted to a maximum of legible form - sculpture that can be seen from the outside as well as the inside - having no invisible inside.

His large sculpture complements its surroundings, and - as environmental sculpture - creating an environment in itself.

His public sculpture and site specific works can be viewed in this site - go to CITIES.

For a random overview of his sculpture - view sculpture 21.

monolinear being worn as jewelry by Marjo Heikkinen - den Arend, the sculptors' wife

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