same time,” said Schama. “This project is not only the
next step forward stylistically, but a means to achieve
far more daring and exciting projects.”
Schama says his sculptures are inspired by the
human figure, architecture, and swirling mandalas.
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gabrielschama.com), but is selling out fast. ;
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An abstract female form reaches out from the depths of
mahogany plywood with intricate laser cutting.
Schama says his sculptures are inspired by architectural
elements such as cathedrals.
Schama’s original paper cut work was quite colorful, and
when color is applied to his laser-cut work, it adds a new