Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Hubert Privé, French Golf Artist, Introduces American Tee Sculptures in the U.S.

(PARIS, France) – Hubert Privé (www.hubert-prive.com), a French artist specializing in golf sculpture, has introduced his American Tee sculptures into the United States. The giant golf tees, in solid red, white and blue as well as in two American flag designs, feature the pure design and harmonious lines for which Privé is known throughout the world. The giant tees offer decorative décor to a clubhouse interior, to strategically-chosen sites on a golf course or to any golfer’s private residence.

“It is a pleasure to introduce my art to American golfers by way of my American Tee sculptures,” said Privé, whose studio is in Normandy, France, where he creates his contemporary sculptures and photographs his work as well as his conceptual art. “The American Tees bring an extra element of joy and pleasure to golfers who encounter them.”

The American Tee sculptures are made of resin and are available in three sizes:
– 31.9” on a base of .39”
– 47.24” on a base of 7.87”
– 70.86” on a base of 11.81”

The tees also can be ordered on a custom made-to-measure basis and may be personalized upon request.

Privy’s work has enjoyed success throughout Europe and the world. By expressing the ephemeral, humorous and conceptual elements of golf, Privé salutes the grandeur of the golfer and the profound essence of the game. His sculptures stand as symbols of how golf serves to help elevate humanity around the globe. It is this spirit and philosophy which guide Privé in the creation of his art.

By introducing his work into the U.S., Pricé, a visual artist and designer who finds his inspiration in the world of golf, now is offering American golfers the chance to experience his imaginative interpretation of the game. The American Tee sculptures are being distributed in North America by H4Distribution, LLC (www.h4distribution.com), based in Jupiter, Fla. All additional Privé golf art also will be available through H4Distribution.

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