The type of material that is used to create a sculpture  always places certain constraints on what can or cannot be designed keeping the specific physical qualities of that  material in mind.  Up until about three years ago, all of my work had been created in stone and my design concepts had been focused on how I could work the stone to embody my design concepts.
Then, just about three years ago the Bonita Center for the Arts was offering classes in metal sculpture. I enrolled in the course. I started with steel  but I became enamored with the physical qualities embodied in  aluminum!  it’s flexibility gave me a greater  freedom of design.  However, the tricky part was the welding process. Since the metal was soft, welding was a challenge.
I have since mastered the techniques needed and have completed several aluminum works. I now have mixed media works where I’ve  combined aluminum with  fused glass, L.E.D. lights and stone. The results are quite stunning.


Medium: Aluminum 
Dimensions: 48’’h x 18’’w x 18’’d
Price: $2750

This sculpture will be one of the many sculptures that I will have on display at the Bonita Springs Center of the Performing Arts curated art exhibit.
The Exhibition opens on December 29th with an opening reception from 6-8pm.
The exhibit runs through February 20th 2017 at 10150 Bonita Beach Road, Bonita Springs, Fl 34135  p:239.493.8989

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