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Vincenzo Montella, Sylvia Volpi, Roland Boren, Piotr Pietrasiewicz, Phil Parkes, George Hart, Layla Somerset De Brontė, Lavih Serfaty, David Raine, Michael Leyton, Esmoreit Koetsier, Stefan Van Der Ende, Kim Wintje, Mrs. Mathew Sumich, William Eicholtz, Julian Vandercook, Augie Nkele, John Searles, Karen Brown, Gary Brown, John H. Freeman offering original Aluminum Sculptures artworks.


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Vincenzo Montella: 'Alien zoology 6', 2008 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  folden aluminium ...
Abstract - Sculpture
20 x 54 cm (7.9 x 21.3 inches)
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Sylvia Volpi: 'ROOTS AND THORNS  III', 2006 Aluminum Sculpture, Conceptual.
Conceptual - Sculpture
30 x 95 cm (11.8 x 37.4 inches)
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Roland Boren: 'Ftlj', 2000 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative.
, 2000
Figurative - Sculpture
104 x 78 cm (40.9 x 30.7 inches)
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Piotr Pietrasiewicz: 'Project', 2006 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:  Example for competition projects. This one was made for Omagh Community House Sculpture Competition ( Northern Ireland) in 2006 ...
, 2006
undecided - Sculpture
0 x 0 inches (0.0 x 0.0 cm)
Phil Parkes: 'Preening    Cast Aluminium and Granite', 2007 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description:  Solid cast aluminium sculpture, abstract design with a representational twist as I see bird preening its tail feathers - perhaps others see something completely different - that is great too. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
19 x 14 inches (48.3 x 35.6 cm)
George Hart: 'Whoville', 1998 Aluminum Sculpture, Geometric. Artist Description:  Whoville can be seen as 60 identical
, 1998
Geometric - Sculpture
35 x 35 inches (88.9 x 88.9 cm)
Layla Somerset De Brontė: 'Lolita', 1997 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description:
, 1997
undecided - Sculpture
34 x 12 inches (86.4 x 30.5 cm)
Lavih Serfaty: 'green', 2006 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: This two dimentional sculpture is made of aluminum nailed to a wooden frame. the forms of the sculpture change with the light direction. The work is a reflection of a paper first folded and then opened. ...
, 2006
Abstract - Sculpture
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
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Lavih Serfaty: 'orange chakra', 2006 Aluminum Sculpture, Healing. Artist Description: The Orange Chakra, is related to the emotions and sexuality. It connects us to desire, sensation, and movement. The Orange Chakra brings us fluidity and grace, sexual fulfillment, and the ability to accept change.This two dimentional sculpture is made of aluminum glued to a wooden frame. the ...
Healing - Sculpture
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
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David Raine: 'Rosa Exotica', 2005 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description: Large cast aluminium bowl with cherry wood and silk inserted...
undecided - Sculpture
60 x 20 cm (23.6 x 7.9 inches)
Michael Leyton: 'Night Monument', 1999 Aluminum Sculpture, Architecture.
Architecture - Sculpture
100 x 75 inches (254.0 x 190.5 cm)
Esmoreit Koetsier: 'Injection', 2002 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Located at Riverside Community CollegeNorco, Ca...
, 2002
Abstract - Sculpture
32 x 168 inches (81.3 x 426.7 cm)
Lavih Serfaty: 'red', 2004 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Red ChakraThe Red chakra is active in all humans. The red chakra gives us the ability to experience the basics. Such as wanting to survive, hunger, finding food, reproduction, physical instincts, taking care of our offspring.This two dimentional sculpture is made of aluminum nailed to a ...
, 2004
Abstract - Sculpture
100 x 70 cm (39.4 x 27.6 inches)
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Stefan Van Der Ende: 'only you', 1999 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: casted aluminium...
, 1999
Abstract - Sculpture
35 x 28 cm (13.8 x 11.0 inches)
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Kim Wintje: 'bush dog ringleader', 2004 Aluminum Sculpture, Political. Artist Description:
Political - Sculpture
40 x 15 inches (101.6 x 38.1 cm)
Mrs. Mathew Sumich: 'Untitled Aluminum', 1966 Aluminum Sculpture, undecided. Artist Description: circular, bent continuous wire- brushed aluminum...
undecided - Sculpture
18 x 12 inches (45.7 x 30.5 cm)
William Eicholtz: 'Lady of Justice', 2002 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description:
Figurative - Sculpture
2400 x 6000 cm (944.9 x 2362.2 inches)
Julian Vandercook: 'Bigmouth', 2003 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: cast aluminum ...
, 2003
Figurative - Sculpture
36 x 36 inches (91.4 x 91.4 cm)
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Augie Nkele: 'Basket Maker', 1995 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative.
Figurative - Sculpture
10 x 10 inches (25.4 x 25.4 cm)
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John Searles: 'Aluminum Reverse S', 2003 Aluminum Sculpture, Geometric. Artist Description: Sold - Welcoming Commissions in any color.Two sheets of brushed aluminum are laminated to 1/ 4
Geometric - Sculpture
50 x 97 inches (127.0 x 246.4 cm)
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John Searles: '10-Aluminum', 2007 Aluminum Sculpture, Geometric. Artist Description: Sold - commissions welcome in any color.9 rectangles and 1 straight center piece are cut from a sheet of 1/ 4
Geometric - Sculpture
58 x 50 inches (147.3 x 127.0 cm)
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Karen Brown: 'Interior Spaces 1', 2003 Aluminum Sculpture, Technology. Artist Description: anodized aluminum sculpture...
Technology - Sculpture
22 x 22 inches (55.9 x 55.9 cm)
Augie Nkele: 'Chokwe Mask', 2000 Aluminum Sculpture, Culture.
Culture - Sculpture
12 x 24 inches (30.5 x 61.0 cm)
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Gary Brown: 'Soft Landing', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Soft Landing is made from Aluminum, Tropical Walnut, Paduk on a black marble base This is one of a kind. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
18 x 19 inches (45.7 x 48.3 cm)
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Gary Brown: 'Eye of the Storm', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: The inspiration for this piece is a photograph take from the space shuttle...
Abstract - Sculpture
16 x 17 inches (40.6 x 43.2 cm)
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Kim Wintje: 'the day we saw the edge of the earth', 2002 Aluminum Sculpture, Figurative. Artist Description: wall mounted sewn metal sculpture...
Figurative - Sculpture
8 x 22 inches (20.3 x 55.9 cm)
Kim Wintje: 'shrouds of jesus', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Political. Artist Description: My medium,
Political - Sculpture
12 x 30 inches (30.5 x 76.2 cm)
John H. Freeman: 'Mobile 9', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Inspired directly by a particular work by Alexander Calder....
, 2001
Abstract - Sculpture
48 x 48 inches (121.9 x 121.9 cm)
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John H. Freeman: 'Mobile 11', 2001 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: Inspired by Kandinsky and of course Calder. The second piece to incorporate the use of tines.  ...
, 2001
Abstract - Sculpture
12 x 17 inches (30.5 x 43.2 cm)
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John H. Freeman: 'Mobile 5', 1977 Aluminum Sculpture, Abstract. Artist Description: This is one of my earliest surviving mobiles constructed of bronze beams and fiberboard balast....
, 1977
Abstract - Sculpture
38 x 15 inches (96.5 x 38.1 cm)
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Artists Describing Their Art:

Vincenzo Montella - Vincenzo Montella was born in Benevento, Italy the 7/14/1952 and lives in Naples where works as psychiatrist. He is graduated in Medicine and Philosophy and specialist in psychiatry and family psychotherapy. He is artist, poet and photographer. He studied photography at the Toscana Photographic Workshops attending courses of William Allard, Michael Yamashita, Machiel Botman, Alex Webb, Jeff Jacobson, Arkady Llove, Sarah Moon, Carol Dragon. ...

Sylvia Volpi - PHILOSOPHY: To be an artist is to be creative, autonomous, conscious, bold... It is to dare and allow yourself the delirium, reach the imaginary, the fantasy, the pleasure, the beauty ... To wish for the real and to wish for the impossible. It's to open wide, through your work, desires, fights and sorrows in a disclosure. The creative process is the product of the hand , the mind, the imagination and of the work, which is motivated by the search for a conquer: THE CONSTRUCTION OF YOUR OWN SELF. ...

George Hart - As a sculptor of constructive geometric forms, my work deals with patterns and relationships derived from classical ideals of balance and symmetry. Mathematical yet organic, these abstract forms invite the viewer to partake of the geometric aesthetic. I use a variety of media, including paper, wood, plastic, and metal. Classical forms are pushed in new directions, so viewers can take pleasure in their Platonic beauty yet recognize how they are updated for our complex high-tech times. I share with many artists the idea that a pure form is a worthy object, and select for each piece the materials that best carry that form. Because my works invite contemplation, slowly revealing their content, some viewers see them as meditation objects. A lively dancing energy moves within each piece and flows out to the viewer. The integral wholeness of each self-contained sculpture presents a crystalline purity, a conundrum of complexity, and a stark simplicity....

Lavih Serfaty - Lavih Serfaty is a multicultural artist. The works are on canvas, paper and aluminum. The painting are in acrilyc and water color. The latest painting are painted on aluminum with acrylic color. The use of bright and mono color is a result of a deep learning and understanding the power of the colors as it's affect people. The color can change the atmosphere of the environment, can heal our soul. The use of the right color in the right place can bring new and pure energy in our home. "I use the theories of color therapy, "feng shui" and "chakra energy" in my painting. The idea of making those painting is a result of long period of meditation and listening to music. Then I decided to paint with just one color according to state of mood I am, after I meditate. The aluminum is folded before I put the color on. When the painting is hanging on the wall, the color change as the light is changing during the day, the shade accentuate the color and change them to deep, darker or lighter. It's fill the room with bright and clear energy. The colors I choose are from ...

David Raine - Are dreams just our confused brains de-fragmenting when we rest, just scraps of picture images racing back and forth through the maze of neuron connections seeking to be correctly filed, occasionally flashing up as a partially recognizable scene that we erroneously feel significant? And in the day another overload of thoughts, and facts and images assails our conscious and unconscious minds until we hit the pillow to get them sorted. Shapes come to me in the daytime. Sculptural shapes and sculptural ideas emerge complete from nowhere. At least that's how it appears on the surface of things. But like the process of nightly de-fragmentation and neat filing, that process of re-organizing the blitz of images into a form that is pleasing to my mind and to my set of emotions is what I do. It's totally personal, it is a physical expression of how my arrangement of emotions copes with the world around me. It's entirely possible that sculptural shapes that warm me and give me a degree of satisfaction are not universal and mean nothing to anyone else. ...

Michael Leyton - In his MIT Press book, Symmetry, Causality, Mind (630pages) and his book in Springer-Verlag, A Generative Theory of Shape (550pages), Michael Leyton has elaborated an extensive theory of why art has such a powerful impact on the human mind. This results in an ability to intensify the content of artworks through an increased understanding of compositional organization, that Leyton has provided in his scientific work, which includes his mathematical foundations for geometry. For example, theorems of his, such as the Symmetry-Curvature Duality Theorem, which are now used in over 40 disciplines including many branches of medicine and engineering, also explain the human perceptual response to art-works. Not only has he demonstrated this in his lengthy published analyses of classical and modern artists, but he has also demonstrated that it is possible to surpass the intensity of these artists. This he has done by using the theory developed in his books in the creation of his own artworks - his paintings, his published architectural designs, and the published scores of his musical compositions. The portfolio at the present site is currently under construction. While this is in progress, the reader can gain an extensive introduction to Leyton's artistic ...

Esmoreit Koetsier - Sculpture for me has been redefined by where life has taken me. When I started in my early twenties, I had no idea that my simple flat pieces of steel were going to lead to mixed-materials and colorful fluid shapes. With each piece I challenge myself and push the envelope just a little more. I look outside of the traditional materials and discover new techniques. What has stayed true is that my work is an experiment with shapes, forms, objects, colors, arrangements, and materials. IaEURtmm inspired by my surroundings and journeys as well as artists working with different medias. ...

Stefan Van Der Ende - My sculptures are Solutions for Non/existing Problems . Now is the time to collect them. They are rare and unique ,and there are not many of them , also due to the big amount of time it takes to make the biggerones in wood and stone . They are made dreaming/thinking and working intensively , whith the intention to be able communicate emotion through their abstract/associative visual appearence which relate to subconcious processes in the human mind .(specialy mine ofcourse ) There are often more pictures of one sculpture , because ,as you know you have to see sculptures from more sides , to get a good impression . Mijn sculpturen zijn oplossingen voor niet /bestaande problemen . het is nu de tijde om ze te gaan verzamelen Ze zijn zeldzaam en speciaal , en er zijn er niet zoveel te koop , ook als gevolg van het feit dat het een grote hoeveelheid tijd kost om ze te maken ( speciaal die in hout en steen ) Ze worden gemaakt in een intensief proces van denken dromen en werken . Met het doel uiteindelijk via hun abstract/associatieve visuele aanwezigheid emoties via abstracte vorm te communiceren via de interpreatie van de beschouwer .door het raken van onderbewuste oude lagen in ...

Stefan Van Der Ende - Mrs. Mathew Sumich - Mathew Sumich passed away in late 2012. His work is available through Judith Sumich or the Michael H. Lord Gallery, Palm Springs, CA. The following statement is in his own words The focus of my work - whether non-commissioned or commissioned - is to work with basic elements such as line, form, color, texture, etc., and to apply them to the principles of design, e.g., dealing with proportion, subordination, rhythm, balance, opposition, transition, harmony and contour continuation, and to deal with different media, e.g., steel, glass, paint, wood, cement, etc., and to find potential uses of the media, taking into consideration its use in the environment in which it is to be located. My interests have always been with line and plane i?1/2 the first elements of drawing. Line creates plane, plane creates depth, plane can advance or recede by the use of color. My art is fundamental, basic, simple design principles in action. Using structural design principles and having a good understanding of the environment, I am able to take any media i?1/2 steel, glass, wood, clay, canvas i?1/2 and create 2-dimensional, 3-dimensional, or 4 dimensional adding the dimension of time objects. The final form, be it a painting, ...

William Eicholtz - William Eicholtz sculpture brings the grand and heroic themes of art into a contemporary and post modern culture. His campy theatrical approach to figurative sculpture spans from large public commissions to successful international exhibitions. Both humorous and erotic, the artist specializes in the male figure. The modeled and cast sculptures are in fiberglass, bronze, aluminium and concrete. Traditional techniques team with current art practice to inform this unique artists work....

Julian Vandercook - As a native Arizonian, growing up in the southwest has given me a desert aesthetic. This includes an emphasis on subtle earth colors, simplicity of form and a heavy focus on texture and material. Consequently, I choose to work with ceramic and metal and tend to be minimal when it comes to adding embellishments. My work has a strong figurative focus because I have always enjoyed the company of other people and have been fascinated by how people interact with each other. I try to distill the human form down only using the elements that I feel relate to my statement. Then I encourage viewers to relate my work to themselves and to add their own personal dialogue and narrative to the piece....

Augie Nkele - Born: Kisangani, Congo, Africa BFA: Emphasis Painting, 1979, Academie Des Beaux-Arts, Kinshasa and Lubumbashi Additional Studies: Notre Dame de la Sagesse, School of Interior Design, Brussels, Belgium, 1980-82 Currently a US citizen residing in Fort Worth, Texas I am from the Kongo people. Before Columbus sailed to the New World, the Portuguese had already established trade relations with the kingdom of Kongo. Members of the royal court of Kongo attended the university in Lisbon. I speak the Kikongo language, as well as Lingala, Swahili, French and English. Congo is always in my heart although it has been many years since I have been there in person. My country has a rich artistic and cultural history and the Congolese people have made important contributions to art and music. One of my goals with my art is to introduce our history and culture to others. When you know Africa you will love Africa. I love learning about different ethnic and national cultures. I look for links that can unite people rather than divide them. Having lived on three continents has given me a broader interest perhaps than if I had only lived in one community all my life. We must ...

John Searles - John Searles is a metal artist & sculptor with work in more than 2000 collections across the country, including hotels, businesses and homes. His experience includes working with aluminum, copper, bronze, steel and stainless steel. His body of work includes sculptures, metal weavings, metal art tiles, wall sculptures, photography, paintings and websites. The metal wall sculptures of John Searles reflect his enduring interests in mathematical patterns, design, movement, energy and freedom and are an expression of his on-going dialogue with the metals he works with - aluminum, steel, stainless steel, copper and bronze. John Searles' background in poetry, painting and photography has heavily influenced his focus on shape and design. At times his artwork appears to depict the fluid movements of a Kung Fu master, or the flight patterns of a bird catching insects in the summer evening air. Other times, the metal represents dancers intertwined. John Searles lives and works in a converted 5600 square foot factory on three acres of land near Lake Michigan. The front third of the building is a light-filled gallery. The back part is a tool- and work table-filled space with two garage doors and a view out over the property to the ...