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Two Tarns, Appalchian State University, USA, 2006 Pages:  1	 (10 images) Nina Hole. Fire Sculpture.

Two Tarns, Appalchian State University, USA, 2006 Pages: 1 images) Nina Hole.

Nina Hole Fire Sculpture.        "Hole is interested in creating a peak moment, an experience of awe. So just before the sun rises when the dark sky has just a tinge beginning to light the horizon and the piece is at the highest temperature, Hole pulls off the refractory fabric covering. Exposed is a huge glowing form. Everything around is illuminated by the light of it's radiating heat. Faces are painted in an orange radiance. The ancient architecture burns". via artist's website

Nina Hole Fire Sculpture. "Hole is interested in creating a peak moment, an experience of awe. So just before the sun rises when the dark sky has just a tinge beginning to light the horizon and the piece is at the highest temperature, Hole pulls off the refractory fabric covering. Exposed is a huge glowing form. Everything around is illuminated by the light of it's radiating heat. Faces are painted in an orange radiance. The ancient architecture burns". via artist's website

Nina Hole, Denmark, Fire Sculpture "A House for Everyone" Kecskemet, Hungary.

Nina Hole, Denmark, Fire Sculpture "A House for Everyone" Kecskemet, Hungary.

Monumental fire sculpture in São João Del Rey, Brazil by ceramic artist Nina Hole.

Monumental fire sculpture in São João Del Rey, Brazil by ceramic artist Nina Hole.

Nina Hole, Danish ceramic artist

Nina Hole, Danish ceramic artist

Nina Hole Sculpture by jes.stevens, via Flickr

Nina Hole Sculpture by jes.stevens, via Flickr

Country Pottery Compound, 2004 9"h X 13"w X 4"d Stoneware Slab Built w Shino Glaze - 2 Sections, Rene Murray

Country Pottery Compound, 2004 X X Stoneware Slab Built w Shino Glaze - 2 Sections, Rene Murray

Nina Hole

Nina Hole

Nina Hole

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