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Best in the show: International sculptors to share experiences

Best in the show: International sculptors to share experiences

“Muscat Festival will showcase the work of international and local sculptors. The last days of the Oman International Sculptor Symposium will be at the festival venue on February 7, 8,” an official with Sohart House, the organisers of the symposium, stated.

The artists who will be participating consist of the renowned José Carlos Cabello from Spain, Abdul Karim al Rawahi and Yusuf al Rawahi from Oman, Ana Maria Negara from Romania, Renato Brunello and Stefano Sabetta from Italy.

“We will have 4 international and two nearby sculptors who will be exhibiting their functions in wood and marble. Five artworks will be in marble only. Our aim is to increase the artistic movement in the sultanate.

It will also be a likelihood to not just exchange knowledge in the field but also strengthen bonds in between the sultanate’s sculptors and these from abroad,” he stated adding, “Muscat Festival has a huge footfall and this is the best opportunity to count on. Many might be interested to take this up as a career.”

Muscat Municipality has stated that particular activities and events will be held to cater to the taste of different neighborhood segments. The primary venues will be Amerat Park and Naseem Gardens.

The artists

Renato Brunello: He was born in Italy and now lives in the city of Cotia in São Paulo, Brazil. Since 1976, the artist has been invited to participate in art exhibitions in a number of cities in Brazil.

Stefano Sabetta: He was born in Rome. His sculptures are inspired by shapes of nature, sublimating the poetry of creation in marble.

Ana Maria Negara: She was born in Braila, Romania. In 2010, Ana Maria was admitted as a member of the Union of Professional Artists (UAP) in Romania.

José Carlos Cabello Millán: He was born in Madrid in 1968 and lives in Spain. He has numerous artworks to his credit.

Information Source: Muscat Daily

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