Season IV

Zunkuft

Zunkuft

Heinz Aseschlimann - Heinz Aseschlimann has developed a material Called Gussasphalt described as “a new dimension in sculpturing for the new century.” Aeschlimann spent over 40 years in street construction where he was able to develop 

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Tin Man

Tin Man

From the Artist: Andrew Arvanetes

“This sculpture, Tin Man is the first piece in a planned series loosely identified as ‘robots.’ This new series is related to a recent group of ‘figurative’ low reliefs that dealt humorously with the everyday activities of our sometimes mundane lives.

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The Divine Proportion

The Divine Proportion

Jean-Francois Buisson - “I like to revisit the classics and reinterpret them with a contemporary style of my own. I look to reconcile different periods while imbuing my work with a sense of timelessness. In doing so, 

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Crossroads

Crossroads

James Brenner - “The participant viewer moves through an architectural space. In the middle of the journey one comes to a crossroads and is confronted with a need to make a choice. The walls shift from solid to semi-transparent expressing the dynamic 

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The Music Box

The Music Box

Jerolyn-Bahm Colombik  - “As the daughter of an artist I have been around the creative process my entire life and it was only natural what life I chose for myself. The human presence is woven throughout my works which includes painting, print-making,

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Louis Armstrong

Louis Armstrong

Niki de Saint Phalle - Niki de Saint Phalle was a French painter, sculptor and filmmaker. She is best known for her oversized figures which embrace contradictory qualities while celebrating modern feminism’s efforts to reconsider and revalue the woman’s body. 

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Pulse

Pulse

Christine Desiree - “The principal themes that recur in my works are color light theory, repetition with simple geometry, space and movement that affects the view in a way of communication without dialogue.“

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Pamplona 2006

Pamplona 2006

DeWitt Godfrey - “The course of my work marks a trajectory that shifts from strongly Modernist notions of form – declarative, autonomous, absolute, individual – to postmodern notions that emphasize the relational existence of forms to their contexts

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Happy Birthday Andy

Happy Birthday Andy

Jack Dowd - This sculpture is painted with colorful graphics and paintings Jack Dowd designed relating to the 70′s and the Andy Warhol era. With humor and color his sculptures comment on the social mores as he sees them.

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Star Pointer

Star Pointer

John Henry - John Henry is known worldwide for his large scale public works of art. His works range in scale from small tabletop pieces to some of the largest metal sculptures in the world.

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Moonstruck

Moonstruck

Philip Jackson - Philip Jackson conveys the human condition through the skillful use of body language. Whether with robed, masked or faceless figures reminiscent of 18th Century Venetian procurator or graceful, delicately poised works,

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Serenissima

Serenissima

Philip Jackson - Philip Jackson conveys the human condition through the skillful use of body language. Whether with robed, masked or faceless figures reminiscent of 18th Century Venetian procurator or graceful, delicately poised works,

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Comprehension

Comprehension

Seward Johnson - American sculptor Seward Johnson is represented by his three-part work titled Comprehension. Following the lively commentary on last year’s Johnson sculpture, the monumental nurse and sailor kissing called “Unconditional Surrender,”

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Tequesta I

Tequesta I

Horst Kohlem - “Tequesta 1 is named after a Native American tribe that occupied an area along the Atlantic coast of Florida. The sculpture is made out of a metal frame structure within a V-shaped holder that symbolizes the crossed harpoons

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Ominous Ikon Series #69

Ominous Ikon Series #69

Dennis Kowal  - “Ominous Ikon Series #69 is the latest in this sequence begun almost 50 years ago. One doesn’t usually combine two words, ‘Ikon’ and ‘Ominous,’ as descriptions of a symbol. A symbol, a paradox, are the mix of the materials. Aside from the aesthetics of this work,

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Pudding 2

Pudding 2

Jon Krawczyk - Extending the great tradition of modernist sculpture, Jon Krawczyk has transformed the medium of metal into an emphatically physical yet alchemical fine art. For Krawczyk, sculpture is a medium for describing the human experience. Venerable, undulating and alive

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Autumn Rhythm #20

Autumn Rhythm #20

Rob Lorenson - “Much of my work comes from an intrigue with forms precariously placed in space. This comes from playing with blocks as a child and continues as I build with blocks with my daughter on our living room floor. There is potential in this precariousness.

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Celebraciones

Celebraciones

Leonardo Neirman - His  work confirms a rich underlying harmonic that offers deep inclination toward an ordered and beckoning power. His are positive and uplifting works that in a rare and refreshing manner exist as paeans to a kind of humanism, a splendid affirmation of a benevolent spirit.

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Sorcerer’s Gate

Sorcerer’s Gate

Bruce White - “My intention is that each sculpture I do becomes a unique experience. If I could say it, write it or sing it, there would be no need to build it.”

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Wedge

Wedge

Albert Paley - The first metal sculptor to receive the coveted Lifetime Achievement Award from the American Institute of Architects, the AIA's highest award to a non-architect. Paley has completed more than 50 site-specific works including the Portal Gates for the Renwick Gallery

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Wave 2 Me

Wave 2 Me

Malcolm Robertson - ‘Wave 2 Me’ is the second sculpture in a series of artworks that seek to explore and portray the relationship that we as land based beings have with the sea and our fascination for distant horizons. ‘Wave 2 Me’ is a fulfillment of that potential by joining land and sea

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American Dream

American Dream

Gillian Christy - “Sculpting shutters that open wide, wheels that express movement, stairs winding upward, leaves that have just fallen, or feathers that have landed are parts of daily life that intrigue me. Through this I’m expressing a journey by intertwining handmade sculpted

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Zephyrus

Zephyrus

From the Artist: Jorge Blanco

600 lbs
Powder-coated aluminum
Price: $85,000

“This sculpture is a product of the delightful breeze coming in form the ocean on a sunlit day. I imagined the undulated shapes that evoke ancient memories of deities and strange marine creatures that lurk in my dreams.

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Dance

Dance

Dustin Shuler - “To me cars are an ancient dream come true; a magic carpet to take us wherever we wish to go. I know that cars could be and will be better and cleaner than they are now, but so far, this is the closest we have gotten to that magic carpet.

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Bench #9

Bench #9

Barry Hehemann - “Bench 9 is the ninth in a series of sculptural benches that explore spacial relationships in materials such as stone, concrete, steel, and stainless steel. Functional sculpture challenges the participating public to consider issues of

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