John Chamberlain – Untitled, 1962 welded and painted chromium-plated steel, printed paper and Masonite, in artist’s frame. Christie’s, NY.
Self-taught New England born sculptor Matt Devine works in steel, stainless steel, aluminum and bronze. He moved to California in 1995, where he learned to weld and fabricate metal while working alongside his father before moving to a farm with his family in Oregon. The organic and pared-down shapes of his sculptures make them appear… Continue reading Matt Devine
John Chamberlain – FOURDOORCOUPE, 2008 painted and chromium-plated steel at Sotheby’s, New York. Fabulous colors and movement.
Dale Dunning – Aureole, 2017 steel and aircraft cable.
John Chamberlain – INCIDENTALLYNEUTERED, 2008 painted and chrome-plated steel. Phillips Auction, NY.
Ann Norton Sculpture Gardens sits on a two acre property, featuring a collection of 250 species of tropical palms and 100 works by the artist, including nine monumental sculptures. Norton’s studio is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.
Sculptures by Peter Demetz at Galleria C’a D’oro, NY. Featured image: The Phone Call, 2017 linden wood, acrylic paint, led light
Damián Ortega’s exhibition at Gladstone Gallery in New York are sure specific works and sculptures. The show explores his longstanding interest in visually exploring the underlying narratives in everyday materials. Featured image: Modern Sublease, 2019 concrete, cement, sand, metal and fired clay.
In the comparable Frank Stella seen in exhibitions around New York. Featured image: Scramble Descending Blue Values/Ascending Spectrum, 1977. Phillips, NY Untitled, 1995. Masterworks Fine Art, CA at Art New York. Leeuwarden I, 2017. Marianne Boesky Gallery, NY Lettre Sur Les Aveugles I, 1974. Phillips, NY. WWRL, 1967. Christie’s, NY. Leeuwarden II, 2017. Marianne Boesky… Continue reading Frank Stella
Thomas Heatherwick’s creation The Vessel, has finally come to fruition at Hudson Yards New York. The US$150 million+ interactive sculpture invite visitors to meander through the intersecting staircases giving them views of the ever changing New York skyline. The honeycombed structure made up of 154 flights of stairs is over 150 feet tall and made… Continue reading The Vessel