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ART AT POLAT

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Original: Guernica by Picasso

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Name: Bezquvi

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Mehmet Polat generally uses two different techniques in his works. Marquetry; It is a technique of gluing thin coatings by cutting. Examples of this technique are Guernica and Dancing girls from Picasso. Marquetry technique coincides with the early period of Mehmet Polat's art life. Bezquvi (deer), man with lion head and sunny door are works of the last 20 years. These are the works produced with mosaic technique in wood, a new technique created by Mehmet Polat. The mosaic technique made of wood is based on the principle of combining various tree types in a mosaic style based on the expansion and contraction movements of different types of trees in different directions according to the seasons. These works are created by combining thousands of pieces and are the only works produced by this method in the world.

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Wooden table from mulberry root

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Table from poplar tree

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Mosaic door, sunny door

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Mosaic door, sunny door

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Original: dancing girls from Picasso

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Original: Guernica by Picasso

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Original: The head of a column motif in the Urartu palace in Adilcevaz is an ancient work depicting the elements that played an important role in the social life of Urartu.

 

Pictured: A piece of work handcrafted by Mehmet Polat on the XPS.