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Andrew Myers Creates These Bronze Sculptures Dealing with Emotions

 - Nov 20, 2013
References: andrewmyersart & mymodernmet
Imaginative artist Andrew Myers creates bronze sculptures that symbolically deal with serious human emotions, like heartbreak and self doubt. These cleverly designed artworks pretty much illustrate some of the heavier emotions that people deal with in a creative way.

The names of these brilliant bronze sculptures are also extremely clever. One of these works is called 'In Case of Emergency', and portrays a man holding a hammer. There seems to be a glass case surrounding his heart. Clearly, this sculpture deals with lost love, or the broken-hearted. Another of these fantastic figurines is entitled 'Worth the Weight.' This sculpture deals with regret, and making amends. It features a man dragging a large, seemingly heavy key toward a door labeled "Forgiveness".

Myers uses these stunning sculptures to represent heavy human emotions.