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The Crown: Contemporary Art



The abstract nature of the sculpture allows for a multiplicity of interpretations. From certain angles, it might resemble a crown, a symbol of authority and grandeur, while from others, it might appear as an abstracted mountain range, suggesting themes of endurance and the passage of time. This duality invites viewers to engage with the piece on both an intellectual and emotional level, encouraging them to ponder their own relationship with the natural world and the abstract forms that emerge from it.

The artist’s ability to play with both the tangible and the intangible is evident in the way the forms are constructed. The interwoven shapes create a dynamic sense of movement, suggesting that the piece is in a constant state of flux, much like the geological processes it seeks to emulate. This complexity is further enhanced by the interplay of light and shadow across the sculpture’s surfaces, which changes throughout the day, offering a continuously evolving visual experience.

Ultimately, “The Crown” is a powerful exploration of form and material, a piece that captures the essence of the earth’s natural beauty while challenging viewers to see beyond the surface. It stands as a reminder of the ever-present relationship between humanity and the geological forces that shape our world, rendered through the lens of abstract artistry.


The sculptural structure of the “Crown” is geological in appearance – another theme the artist like to plays with – but visually abstract.

A complex and interwoven relationship between material and shapes.


With a vocabulary of clear shapes, Eduard Locota is creating visually reductive works that imply rather than resemble the subjects in the artwork, beyond the threshold of minimalism and abstraction.

We here present you a contrasting composition with a memorable appearance. This extremely clean and minimalist artwork produce the strong recognizable style of Eduard Locota that will lights up the space it will be placed in, as well as lift the eyebrows of the audience.


L 30 cm / W 30 cm / H 22 cm

Acrylic glass & gold leaf.

Limited edition of 35 +2AP.

Because the artwork is entirely handcrafted; build process takes approximately 2 weeks for each artwork.





In the current context focused on excessive and unsustainable consumerism, the 21st Century welcomes us with a Darwinian transformation for both men and nature. Evolution which leads to the development of a synthetic man living in a synthetic nature. Heavy topics as regeneration and sustainable environment are thrown into the arms of the future generations, that have not been born yet.

Thus, the artist’s creations highlight the synthesis through alternative materials used, such as: synthetic marble (resin and marble dust), synthetic resin (Plexiglass), synthetic cement (Jesmonite), charcoal, wood, and so on. His works have a powerful conceptual plasticity but also physical plasticity, a concept that can be interpreted as modern works of the 21st Century.

His pieces are sold around the world, belonging to private collectors and royal families.