John Bizas was born on Chios island/Greece in 1980. From early age he was interested in fine arts and soon got involved in doing sculpture. The material he prefers to use is mainly marble, which he works in a particular way. His passion for marble is what made him move to Italy in 2008 where he still runs one of his studios in Pietrasanta. Beside this he has studios in Chios/Greece and Washington DC/USA. In his works the classic materials meets the contemporary art. The artist like to use the empty space as material in his work. Like this he let the light of the ambient and the glance of the viewer to penetrate the form of the sculpture. His concept… the problems of our world (environmental disasters, war, animal abuse etc).
“Costume (Serpent Leather)” Carrara white marble and 18 Kt gold plated details.
“Costume (Serpent Leather)” Carrara white marble and 18 Kt gold plated details.— 35,5 x 18 x 12,5 inchesSculptures
Culture— Carrara white marble, Belgium black marble and viola parts — 76 x 25 x 25 cm / 30 x 10 x 10 inchesSculptures
Aposynthesis II— Carrara marbre and stainless steel Sculptures
- “Costume (Serpent Leather)” Carrara white marble and 18 Kt gold plated details.
- Aposynthesis II