The New Metal – Lighter than Air Sculpture (Updated 6/15/2014)

"Reflections" Tin Plated Steel by Julie Tremblay
“Reflections” Tin Plated Steel by Julie Tremblay

 

Classical sculpture was made out of stone or wood.  New metal sculptures transcend their medium and often seem lighter than air.  I am including the sculpture of Seon Ghi Bahk who works with coal, because coal is intimately involved in the process of metal working, forging, and production.

 

"Zurich Gorilla" Coat Hanngers by David Mach
“Zurich Gorilla” Coat Hanngers by David Mach

 

"Industrial Spring" Woven Metal and Feathers  Kue King
“Industrial Spring” Woven Metal and Feathers Kue King

 

An Aggregation (Column) 2014 Coal by Seon Ghi Bahk
An Aggregation (Column) 2014 Coal by Seon Ghi Bahk

 

"SON MYUNG HEE" Aluminum wire from a fiberglass lifecasting by Seun Mo Park
“SON MYUNG HEE” Aluminum wire from a fiberglass lifecasting by Seun Mo Park

 

"Balance"  Tin Plated Steel by Julie Tremblay
“Balance” Tin Plated Steel by Julie Tremblay

 

"Spaceman" coat hangers by David Mach
“Spaceman” coat hangers by David Mach

 

Cut Wire sculpture by Seun Mo Park
Cut Wire sculpture by Seun Mo Park

 

"Metal and Feather 2" Aluminum and Feathers by Keu King
“Metal and Feather 2” Aluminum and Feathers by Keu King

 

More Information on Sculptors:

Julie Tremblay

David Mach

Kue King

Seun Mo Park

Seon Ghi Bahk

 

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