Musical Instruments  Series

Gypsy Sound


30 X 10 X 90 cm | 12 X 4 X 36 inch

AboutThe Artwork

“A violin has the most human sound that I know,” says Gadi. He comes back to the theme of violins again and again and in this sculpture he depicts sound as a matter that spills and melts downward. A tall body representing voice and a high note of the throat, with bellowing lower sounds visible as two shapes resembling lips on the waist of the musical instrument. And as with sound, which allows other things to coexist with it, the clear onyx lets the light shine through.

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About Gadi Fraiman

Israeli sculptor Gadi Fraiman expertly captures natural elements & fleeting emotions in works that transcend mediums, pulsating with life.

At age 40, Gadi made the courageous decision to take his artistic devotion to the next level, leaving his job in the vineyards and focusing on sculpting full time. Gadi’s unbridled passion for his art and his constantly evolving creative approach define his signature style. Gadi’s sculptures capture this fervent kinetic energy & flow almost as if a spark of life is growing inside each of them.