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.
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,
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.
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
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
From the Artist: Jorge Blanco
“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.