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Sculptor Recreates Gorgeous Landscapes with an Enchanting Surrealist Twist

Sculptor and Designer Eduard Locota creates striking landscapes by transforming acrylic material into glistening bodies of water. Working for weeks to achieve a shiny, reflective surface, he transforms the common material into something that’s spectacular and truly one of a kind. The pieces, which often incorporate additional materials like marble, take the form of monolithic blocks and tables. They resemble tranquil lakes, breathtaking mountain ranges, and the dusty sand dunes in the desert. Locota’s works serve as homages to the natural beauty of the landscapes that they replicate, but he doesn’t stop at simply capturing likenesses. With each piece he sculpts, he adds an enchanting surrealist twist. Mountains: Mirrors is the best example of this. The block sculpture is more than a single mountain range—it is a parallel image of one. In a symbolic act, the top and bottom of the form are exactly the same. “This artwork is an augmented mirror reflection of the mountain,” Locota explains, “as you would see in a lake, in a dream.”

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