The Love and Peace Global Sculpture Campaign is a project with 15 monumental sculptures that will be circling the globe from the years 2012 to 2017.
This work displayed is the creation of Ana Tzarev, artist of international renown born in Croatia. Ana shares the ennobling belief that art and flowers speak a universal language that can be understood by those with an open heart. She states that her flowers are her love-letters to future generations.
This particular work is called Love and was created in 2013. It was on display from October 2013 to April 2014 at the Dag Hammarskjold Plaza in New York City, close to the United Nations.
The fiberglass sculpture is in the shape of a poppy flower. Poppies are strong symbols that align with Tzarev’s creative intentions. They symbolize fertility, abundance, gentleness, compassion, beauty and gain. They also embody other positive attributes. The color red has deep emotional and spiritual connotations. In this particular flower-context red is a symbol of energy, courage and vigor. Together, all of these elements anchor a vision of the future that is hopeful, worth living, and aligned with the creative power of an artist whose work is manifesting joy and hope on an international scale.
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