Alexander the Great and Hephaestion

Alexander the Great and Hephaestion


Sep 09, 2016

Height 25cm approx.


Alexander the Great and Hephaestion .
Created as an exhibit for 2016 UK LGBT History Month Project

A mixed medium composite construction assemblage sculpture with painted bronze patina finish.

Materials used: Kitchen foil, Plastic toys (recycled), Modeling medium (Plasticine), Cardboard (recycled), Aluminium can part (recycled), wooden base, acrylic paint

NFS: Shown here as an example of Kuriology sculpture creations




About the artist

Kuriology art sculptures are from studio workshop of a cognitive disabled self-taught artist/sculptor living in rural Cornwall, UK.

The artist is clinically forensically diagnosed with cognitive disability of PTSD, catastrauphic trauma, severe anxiety, panic attacks & agoraphobia as a result of a prolonged period of more than a decade of instigated hate crime vendetta. Housebound, remaining creative an antidote to mind numbing boredom of day time television.

The Kuriologist:

"My art inspiration comes from a love of museum ‘Cabinets of Curiosities’ collections, Natural History & classical Greek/Roman figurative & mythology sculpture. With occasional slight zest of dark Gothic macabre, steampunk or witchcraft elements".


Many of the Kuriology sculptures are Assemblage, Mixed Medium, or Papier-mache in form construction. Wherever possible sculptures are created using re-purposed, found & recycled materials.  This is driven as much by ecconomics of circumstance as it is over environmental concerns.

Tentatively now showing sculptural works on various websites  

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