Opening reception, Friday, January 26th from 5-7pm. Patrick’s work consists of as many repurposed or recycled pieces as possible and his work with metal ranges from the whimsical to traditional. He uses Latina’s and cut shapes to explore surface, scale and space in a way that alters his materials into works of poetic beauty. PS- there’s going to be a giant metal pterodactyl!
This seahorse metal sculpture greeted us as we disembarked to enjoy San Juan. Our arrival was delayed due to rough weather and it was dusk when we finally got there. On the upside, I will always remember my several hours of Puerto Rico as basking in pale pinks, blues and purples.
A rare shot of me at work. A lot of fine tuning and finesse goes into making my rolling ball sculptures work properly and look beautiful. It’s not easy making hundreds of feet of 1/8” stainless wire into a work of kinetic art! For some reason, though, I dearly love the challenge, so much that it’s all I want to do every day, all day. My efforts to make that my reality are steadily moving forward, and I’ll have plenty more great work to show you in 2018 because of those efforts!
Let’s see if this 500lb baby can keep up with me! So excited that Dana can put a new motor on it and get it up and running for me!! Hopefully my compressor won’t be “disposable” anymore. now I just have to find more propane tanks so I can make my fire sculptures 😅#aircompressor#metalartist#plasmacutting#welding#metalsculpture