sculpture Archive

Composition in Corrosion: Brian Kirk’s “Natural Reaction”

Artist Brian Kirk welcomes the beauty and complexity of oxidation as an art in and of itself. Read more →

Functional Craft: The Art of Bending Wood with Bill Peirce

The Art League asked William (Bill) Peirce, winner of Best in Show 3/D Sculpture in our July Open Exhibit,  some questions about his award winning sculpture, how he creates his work, and woodworking. Read more →

Exhibit Preview: “Drone Zone,” Coming March 7

What's artist Beverly Ryan doing with that plasma cutter? And what, exactly, is this inflatable creation? Read more →

Noah Williams on His Found-Object Masks

"I worked as a garbage man for awhile. … One windy day, the swirl of debris gave me a vision of what could be created with the simplicity of found objects." Read more →

Gods, Heroes & Fools Transplanted in Time

Bacchus stranded in a dry county. Oedipus working on Wall Street. Achilles wielding a rifle. Read more →

What Sculptor Ann Ruppert Sees in Wood & Stone

If Ann Ruppert's wood sculptures seem to have been grown, not carved — well, that all comes down to how each sculpture emerges from the material. Read more →