Season III

Composer 1

Composer 1

Heinz Aseschlimann - The sculpture “Composer I” represents a team of three. The Composer, standing vertically represents the basic element, directing the two secondary elements to coexist in harmony. The concave and convex shapes present a playful

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Two as One

Two as One

BenShalom Itzik - “In these modern times, communication through electronic media often denies basic human emotions - Love, Anger, and Understanding. I see my work as an attempt to remind people of a more primal form of humanism.

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The Swimmers (In the Swim)

The Swimmers (In the Swim)

Jorge Blanco“I am constantly working, drawing, creating maquettes for large-scale works, and working on small and medium pieces. With my sculptures I try to capture the enthusiasm, the joy of living. In my work I represent movement,

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Torso

Torso

Manuel Carbonell - “In my search for the essence of the form and the absence of details, I struggle to give a feeling of strength, monumentality and the simplicity to my work.”

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Roadside Distraction

Roadside Distraction

Duncan Chamberlain“A few lines and curves go a long way.”

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High Voltage

High Voltage

Christine Desiree - “My sculpture, simple in form to complex in nature signifies a world of people interwoven to create harmony. The white cube illustrates peace and the 3” red squares suggest

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Nirvana

Nirvana

Zero Higashida“This sculpture portrays the suffering and ecstasy of Buddha’s soul that I believe he must have experienced upon enlightenment. Universal love and the light of peace are the soul of this sculpture, which I created for

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Asherah

Asherah

David Hostetler - “Asherah is the Goddess of the Sea, particularly along the shore of fertility and of great wisdom. Earliest evidence dates from 1740 BC in Phoenicia she is known as the protectress of sea travelers, a guide of ships,

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The Grandees

The Grandees

Philip Jackson - The Grandees – The body language is the focus in the art work of Philip Jackson. In spite of the mask and cloak the viewer can see whether the wearer is male or female, happy or sad, aggressive or passive by simply

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Chanting Cimarosa

Chanting Cimarosa

Philip Jackson“This sculpture is about the romance of costume.  The young woman sings from her book the music of Domenico Cimarosa.

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Unconditional Surrender

Unconditional Surrender

Seward Johnson - “I wanted to evoke a time of unity, a time without the divisiveness of today. The moment captured in the work encapsulates the spirit of having fought a successful campaign defending human rights, our shared values,

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Nekay

Nekay

Terrance Karpowcz - “Nekay is my interpretation of the winged goddess of victory with perhaps a bit of whimsy for these modern times.”

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Zentus Cholericus and Weha II

Zentus Cholericus and Weha II

Dietrich Klinge - Dietrich carves blade, skin and sawing his models out of wood, and then pour them into a second artistic process in bronze and edited, ornamentations, patinated finally to the end. Unique natives, busts, hands, feet, 

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Iris

Iris

Dennis Kowal - “Symbolically Iris is a sculptural rebellion against the stifling of our individuality. I believe in the affirmative energy of life and live under the protection of our first amendment rights; I seriously exercise my freedoms

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Amphibious Aquanaut

Amphibious Aquanaut

Evan Lewis“Amphibious Aquanaut is a wind-activated kinetic sculpture. Since its energy source – the wind – is invisible, the movement makes the sculpture take on a lifelike quality like a creature that is swimming upstream or flying upwind.”

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Radio City

Radio City

Rob Lorenson - “Radio City is a work that is inspired by the Art Deco architecture of the 1920’s and 30’s. The work brings together the aesthetics and the craft of the era to create a bold statement in space. The piece that is rotated is done

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H-1540

H-1540

Clause Moor - “Fascination with shape and contour and their contradictions led to the abstraction of the dress; flowing in motion, powerful in its form and stability, imposing, hard, and bold in structure, yet round, yielding, and feminine.”

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Kodiak

Kodiak

Robert Murray“Kodiak consists of two basic elements. A long horizontal curve of one-half inch aluminum plate and a second element composed of two opposing curves that cantilevers from the corner of the larger section. 

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Equilibrium

Equilibrium

Albert Paley“I have been involved in site-specific sculpture for over 25 years. Mu main interest is the dialogue that is created between an artwork and a given architectural space. A sculpture has the ability to energize space and

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Eternal Flight

Eternal Flight

Leonardo Nierman“Eternal Flight confirms Leonardo Nierman’s rich underlying harmonic deep inclination toward an ordered and beckoning power. His are positive and uplifting works that in rare and refreshing manner exist as paeans to a

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Wave

Wave

Malcom Robertson - “Wave is a site-specific sculpture that celebrates the romance, poetry and majesty of the sea. The constantly changing profile and power of waves mesmerize, fascinate and challenging us. I have endeavored to capture

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Temp the Net

Temp the Net

Christine Rojeik“I enjoy enveloping my audience with theatrical images. This trio of sculptures invites the viewer to walk into a sea environment and slowly discover the abundance of life within."

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Meander

Meander

Bruce White - In ‘Meander’, “I was intrigued by the shape of bubbles, which are not actually round but change and undulate in form causing them to alter direction and spread out. All this while expanding as they rise to the surface

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City Angel

City Angel

Shan Zou & DaHuang Zhou - The Zhou Brothers are one of the most accomplished contemporary artists in the world today renowned for their unique collaborative work process. They always work together on their paintings, performances, sculptures, and prints, often communicating without words in a so-called dream dialogue. Their thinking, aesthetic, and creativity are a symbiosis of Eastern and Western philosophy, art, and literature that informed their development since early childhood.

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