Steven Lustig

This art is born out of a love for the human form and its natural motion

Throughout time, humans have studied virtually every aspect of themselves in great depth. These sculptures are founded in the very basis of the ancient tradition of human anatomy dating back to the Greeks who believed the human form was the most important subject for artistic endeavor.

The sculptures incorporate aspects of human motion that started with Kouros figures and developed during the Italian Renaissance. These modern versions of ancient art classics are further influenced by the works Italian Futurists Umberto Boccioni and Giacomo Balla.

Each one of the sculptures comes directly from life drawing. Live observation brings the art of human motion and internal energy into the process. At once ancient and modern, the sculptures capture the flow and emotional qualities of beautiful human beings.

Steven Lustig has been drawing since the age of four. When he was eighteen he was given a copy of Grey’s Anatomy which changed the course of his life, drawing human anatomy for business and fine art. He has been sculpting stone for twelve years and has continued to draw throughout his lifetime, producing over 10,000 figurative art drawings.

Find Steven's art on Saatchi Art  and Singulart

Steven with his masterpiece Belle Anatomia after Vesalius
This Carrara marble sculpture represents his lifelong study of how 
the human form deconstructs as it flows through space


“Everything I’ve done in my career has prepared me to run an art technology business.”

Meet Tina, the CBO of Steven Lustig Fine Art. She has extensive experience in technology Mergers & Acquisitions, Business Transformation, Project Management, Channel Partners and Operations Management. Tina has a BA in Mathematics & Computer Science from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. She left the software technology world in 2019 to fulfill a lifelong dream of running the art business of Steven Lustig Fine Art. Through years of working in M&A and a deep understanding of database design and supply chain, Tina created an online portfolio of over 1000 Steven Lustig works based on ArtCloud, a website that is automatically updated when new works are added, and is selling Steven Lustig’s work on Saatchi Online and Singulart in addition to direct-to-consumer.

Tina has published two books of poetry. Continually influenced by the music that permeates her poetry, she explores the power of love, the magnitude of nature, and a life of meaning, communicating in a way that is both intensely personal and highly accessible.

In 2020 Tina started painting with watercolors. She is influenced by the Bauhaus Masters (Wassily Kandinsky and Paul Klee) and the Abstract Expressionists (Joan Mitchell and Elaine DeKooning). Tina is also available as a consultant on Art Portfolio and Management design for collectors and galleries.




Composition in Cubes

This represents the carving away of the negative space in the cubes to create a balance between positive and negative space and how the resulting structure plays with the mass of the cubes.

A modern interpretation of an ancient Greek figure ripped from the earth, hand-carved in Argentinian Onyx on a Honduran mahogany hardwood base.

This work started out as an abstract set of shapes and transformed into two abstract constructive figures in close conversation with each other.