Bronze sculpture details
The imagination has no limits. A little worm is sufficient to stimulate your imagination and set it in motion. That is how this little sculpture came about, from a series of humorous sculptures with heads that had been created previously and whose form originated from the worm. Worm = movement!! Its name is Süss(en)er Nyorogoto (Sweet Nyorogoto / Nyorogoto from Süssen).
Edition in bronze, cast using the lost wax technique, chased and patinated by hand.
Bettina Scholl-Sabbatini is the daughter of the sculptor Aurelio Sabbatini. She studied ceramics and sculpture at "L'istituto d'arte Sesto Fiorentino" in Florence with Professor Bonomi from 1963-1967; later there followed a course of studies in drawing and painting at the "Académie de la Grance-Chaumière" in Paris with the professors Jérome and Brayer.