Public Sculpture

Artist Spotlight, News

MONUMENTAL SCULPTURE

Jason Myers

PERSEVERANCE

Stainless Steel on Granite Base

138 x 51 x 24 in.

A monumental sculpture (weighing
40 tons and standing 60-feet tall)
was exhibited at the Netherlands’ Lowlands Festival in 2018 and is now
in the permanent collection of the City of Zwolle (the Netherlands). A new sculpture by Jason Myers – a sculpture created for a more intimate setting in a public space, is currently available. The 12’ sculpture, Gavin #8 (Perseverance), is a continuation of his decade long series on this subject meter and experimentation with three dimensional drawing in space.

ZMK

PUBLIC DEFENDER

156 x 144 in.

Public Defender is a drone from the not so distant future created to protect the innocent and defend civil rights and liberties.

Public Defender is a large scale metal / infinity glass sculpture. 13’ tall x 12’ wide.

It is made with impact resistant hurricane rated laminated glass. And 1/4” structural aluminum. During the day you will notice vibrant reflective glass that change colors as you pass by. At night the lights turn on and create a dazzling light show color changing LEDs inside the legs and cockpit illuminate creating the most complex infinity matrix.

The attached space cannon spreads rainbow light and love and a sense of calm to all.

RENÉ ROMERO SCHULER

BELLA

50 x 15 x 15 in.

The first sculptural piece I ever created was “Uma”, a 10.5” solid bronze. I had some clay in the studio, and just started working it into the shape of an empowered feminine figure. I was hooked!

I created two more pieces, then had all of them cast into small editions of bronzes. In my endeavor to create larger works, it was necessary to create an armature out of steel wire.

Once I began that process, I immediately got carried away and continued to weave and pull the wire into a completed figurative piece. I fell in love with the way light passed through the figure, embracing the idea of all humans as spiritual beings. The wire itself became emblematic of the scars and flaws that have shaped all of us.

SANTIAGO MEDINA

PINNACLE

Italian Stainless Steel

Outdoor Monumental Italian Stainless Steel Sculpture with high quality mirror and matte finishes. Made with the best available outdoor Marine Italian Stainless Steel 316 L. Stainless steel used is the best in the market and highly resistant to the elements.

118 x 47 x 33 in.

Edition of Monumental Sculpture is ONLY three. Only ONE left. One at Sculpture Fields & Museum at Montague Park in Chattanooga, Tennessee, USA

SANTIAGO MEDINA

NIRVANA

Italian Stainless Steel

Outdoor Monumental Italian Stainless Steel Sculpture with high quality mirror and matte finishes. Made with the best available outdoor Marine Italian Stainless Steel 316 L. Stainless steel used is the best in the market and highly resistant to the elements.

96 x 18 x 12 in.

Edition of Monumental Sculpture is ONLY three. Only ONE left. One at CES University Museum in Columbia.

NIMROD MESSEG

VERONA

Metal Sculpture

“During the sculpting process the element of fire is my primary tool. This powerful force of creation provides me with a deep connection to nature and life itself. The observation of burning flames, sparks and galactic activity draws me to the extraordinary, almost celestial dimension of this work with its potential for fantasy and escape. The light, heat and fire energy permit me to give birth to an entirely new entity. Looking at the finished piece of art I can see it in its entirety; from its humble metal beginnings through the creative process and into new and diverse textures, forms and surfaces. Each sculpture gradually takes on a life of its own and, using me as its tool, develops its own personality.”

– Nimrod Messeg

NIMROD MESSEG

VEGA

Metal Sculpture

106 x 30 x 26 in.

NIMROD MESSEG

LIBERTAD

Metal Sculpture

85 in.

FRANK ARNOLD

Alma De Cabo

Bronze

KX2

PORTAL SERIES (BLUES)

Stainless Steel, Powder Coated

54 x 6 in. 46 x 6 in.

Ground cemented install or concrete raised pad for additional height.

“From a distance, our work looks sleek and high contrast with hyper-pigmented painting and shiny metal. Yet, up close the viewer is struck by textural multilayered paintings inspired by natural surfaces. By undermining the minimalist first impression the work brings a sense of wonder and discovery to the viewer the more time they spend. Multiple panels that shift in depth off the wall talk about boundaries and disparate parts, with geometry and color tying the pieces together and creating connection.”

– KX2, Dana Kleinman & Ruth Avra

DAMON HYLDRETH

KNOT 86 CT

Cor-Ten Steel

72 x 66 x 66 in.

“I create art that challenges people’s expectations. My sculpture embodies the tension between stasis and impending movement; despite its weight and volume, or perhaps because of it, metal can dance and even suggest song. Ideally a viewer engages with my work on a subliminal level enabling them to have an experience of a uniquely personal nature. I work with Cor-ten steel, stainless steel, bronze, and painted steel. These diverse metals, with their varied looks, suggest forms individualistically.”

– Damon Hyldreth

MICHAEL ENN SIRVET

FLARING BASTION

Powder-coated aluminum

95 x 30 x 26 in.

Michael’s sculptures are paradoxical in regard to the concept of solidity and sturdiness. He deconstructs, and in many ways destroy forms to ‘open them up’, lighten, and enlighten them. The solid shapes Michael creates are his canvases, and the brush strokes are the holes and gaps he places within those rigid canvases, as well as the light projected through and the shadows created by them.

MICHAEL ENN SIRVET

SAHALE VERTICLES

Powder-coated aluminum

composed of two individual pieces that can be arranged in a variety of orientations.

100 x 28 x 15 in. & 92 x 43 x 17 in.

Michael’s sculptures are paradoxical in regard to the concept of solidity and sturdiness. He deconstructs, and in many ways destroy forms to ‘open them up’, lighten, and enlighten them. The solid shapes Michael creates are his canvases, and the brush strokes are the holes and gaps he places within those rigid canvases, as well as the light projected through and the shadows created by them.

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