Images © Olga Ziemska

“Stillness in Motion” is an installation artwork crafted out of reclaimed wood by Olga Ziemska

“Stillness in Motion” depicts a mother and the origins of us all

Olga Ziemska is a Cleveland-based sculptor who takes the invisible experiences and moments surrounding her and converts them into physical objects. This series titled “Stillness in Motion” began in 2002 and depicts a mother sculpted out of reclaimed wood from the country the work is first displayed. Exploring this idea of finding a place in this world the series focused on the mother figure as it’s our place of origin, the womb. The series brings to the viewer the idea that we are all from different countries and environments but share this collective experience of being born and connected to our mothers and mother nature.

You can view more of Ziemska’s works on their website here and follow them on Instagram as well.

sculpture of a woman crafted out of found wooden sticks sculpture of a woman from the back showing the found wooden sticks flowing down the back of the sculpture sculpture of a woman crafted out of found wooden sticks in the middle of a park sculpture of a woman crafted out of found wooden sticks from the back in the middle of a park sculpture of a woman crafted out of found wooden sticks with the artist standing next to it backwards sculpture of a woman crafted out of found wooden sticks with children looking at it

Images © Olga Ziemska

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