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These sculptures are investigations of shape, color and texture that define form and space. They are also studies of mass and balance both visual and implied. The emphasis is on the relationship between scale and proportion. Although their shapes resemble natural geological forms as one might find in Arches or Zions National Parks, they are a metamorphosis of nature and man, which result in stone or crystal like forms. Fitting together, the shapes penetrate or lock into each other or impose on the others individual physical space, creating new forms where each shape grows from or supports another.
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Medium type: Metal
Date created: 2011
Dimensions: 112" x 51" x 24"
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