Steel Sculptures / Metal Sculptures

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Valeria Sepulveda, Jim Collins, Steven Derks, Damon Hyldreth, Ivica Vukadin, Ali Gallo, Zophia Kneiss, Michael Baker, Wayan Rata, Ty Pownall, James Ferraro, Juan Pablo Cima, Ilker Yardimci, Kum-thong Ngim, Mrs. Mathew Sumich, Paul Vauchelet, David Raine, Esmoreit Koetsier, Devi Delavie, Tamara Albaitis, Peter Roller offering original Steel Sculptures artworks.


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Jim Collins: 'SMALL BULL', 2008 Steel Sculpture, Animals.  This is my most recent work.  The bull is laser cut from quarter inch stainless steel and the horns are cast bronze.  The plinth is covered with scrap DOT Traffic Signs.  Cattle of all sizes is something I enjoy making.  There are cows of mine walking the grass from Pennsylvania...
, 2008
Animals - Sculpture
56 x 64 inches (142.2 x 162.6 cm)
Steven Derks: 'Steel Sculpture', 2008 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  Rusted Steel ...
Abstract - Sculpture
52 x 54 inches (132.1 x 137.2 cm)
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Steven Derks: 'Steel Sculpture 2', 2008 Steel Sculpture, Geometric.  Rusted Steel ...
Geometric - Sculpture
51 x 187 inches (129.5 x 475.0 cm)
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Steven Derks: 'Steel Sculpture', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Geometric.  Rusted Steel ...
Geometric - Sculpture
50 x 181 inches (127.0 x 459.7 cm)
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Damon Hyldreth: 'KNOT 20', 2008 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  Oiled Steel ...
, 2008
Abstract - Sculpture
20 x 21 inches (50.8 x 53.3 cm)
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Ivica Vukadin: 'fish two', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Animals.
, 2004
Animals - Sculpture
60 x 20 cm (23.6 x 7.9 inches)
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Ivica Vukadin: 'fish one', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Animals.
, 2004
Animals - Sculpture
41 x 23 cm (16.1 x 9.1 inches)
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Ali Gallo: 'vessel', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.   welded steel  ...
, 2004
Abstract - Sculpture
27 x 18 inches (68.6 x 45.7 cm)
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Zophia Kneiss: 'Free Swim', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Fish.  HEavy gage 3d abstract salmon sculpture.Textured finish, one of a kind ...
, 2007
Fish - Sculpture
42 x 24 inches (106.7 x 61.0 cm)
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Michael Baker: 'sentinel 2', 2006 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  stainless steel ...
, 2006
Abstract - Sculpture
20 x 108 inches (50.8 x 274.3 cm)
Michael Baker: 'sticks and stones 1', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. stainless steel...
Abstract - Sculpture
68 x 89 inches (172.7 x 226.1 cm)
Wayan Rata: 'Nagas  Spine', 2006 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.  Welded steel curvalinear abstract form.  The piece has two components; Lines and solid base. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
4 x 3 feet (1.22 x 0.91 m)
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Ty Pownall: 'crawl, rod', 2007 Steel Sculpture, undecided.  partially melted steel rod crawling on the ground ...
, 2007
undecided - Sculpture
20 x 2 feet (6.10 x 0.61 m)
Ty Pownall: 'crawl, polished', 2007 Steel Sculpture, undecided.  polished steel, crawling and sprawling out on the ground ...
undecided - Sculpture
10 x 2 feet (3.05 x 0.61 m)
James Ferraro: 'THE RIOT PROJECTOR', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Political.  VIEWERS DISCRETION ...
Political - Sculpture
8 x 5 inches (20.3 x 12.7 cm)
Juan Pablo Cima: 'totem luminico', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
40 x 200 cm (15.7 x 78.7 inches)
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Juan Pablo Cima: 'dino', 2007 Steel Sculpture, Figurative.
, 2007
Figurative - Sculpture
40 x 100 cm (15.7 x 39.4 inches)
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Ilker Yardimci: 'confusion of prism', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches)
Ilker Yardimci: 'confusion of prism', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.
Abstract - Sculpture
50 x 50 cm (19.7 x 19.7 inches)
Kum-thong Ngim: 'Change', 2006 Steel Sculpture, undecided.
, 2006
undecided - Sculpture
3 x 3 inches (7.6 x 7.6 cm)
Mrs. Mathew Sumich: 'Metal Wings', 1985 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. large metal rectangles on solid base, natural patina. ...
Abstract - Sculpture
5 x 5 feet (1.52 x 1.52 m)
Paul Vauchelet: 'Crucifix', 2006 Steel Sculpture, Christian. A 10 ga. stainles steel and copper crucifix....
, 2006
Christian - Sculpture
48 x 52 inches (121.9 x 132.1 cm)
David Raine: 'Anger From White', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. Cast stainless steel emerging from block packed raw edged silk. Silk feminine, steel masculine.  Silk in crevices....
Abstract - Sculpture
36 x 114 cm (14.2 x 44.9 inches)
David Raine: 'Cast Stainless Steel Bowl', 2004 Steel Sculpture, undecided. Rough cast stainless steel bowl of sculptural petals, rings like a bell.  Inserted with fused glass and silk. ...
undecided - Sculpture
50 x 20 cm (19.7 x 7.9 inches)
Esmoreit Koetsier: 'Movement', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2004
Abstract - Sculpture
65 x 172 inches (165.1 x 436.9 cm)
Devi Delavie: 'Monument to Grape Leaves', 2005 Steel Sculpture, nature. A COMMISIONABLE ONE- OF- A- KIND OUTDOOR SCULPTURE. The textures of the steel surface are faceted to reflect changing light throughout the day....
nature - Sculpture
5 x 5 feet (1.52 x 1.52 m)
Valeria Sepulveda: 'TORSO', 2005 Steel Sculpture, Abstract.
, 2005
Abstract - Sculpture
29 x 44 cm (11.4 x 17.3 inches)
Tamara Albaitis: 'Zest', 2004 Steel Sculpture, Representational. This sculpture has been doused with lemon essence.  Now you too, can stand under art and become cleased and zested!Both parts are to be installed together - the basin and the 3 foot lemon. ...
, 2004
Representational - Sculpture
3 x 10 feet (0.91 x 3.05 m)
Peter Roller: 'Pyramid', 2004 Steel Sculpture, undecided.
, 2004
undecided - Sculpture
100 x 200 cm (39.4 x 78.7 inches)
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Esmoreit Koetsier: 'Contortion', 2003 Steel Sculpture, Abstract. Located at Washburn University, Topeka Kansas till Fall 2006...
, 2003
Abstract - Sculpture
57 x 99 inches (144.8 x 251.5 cm)
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    Jim Collins - Jim Collins is primarily a Public Art sculptor working in a figurative manner. His sculpture style has been characterized by the use of silhouettes of people and animals constructed of stainless steel, aluminum, and other metals, best exemplified by his long running series the WATCHER. The peaceful figure of the seated man has progressed over the years and can be found in both public and private collections in the United States and Ireland with the majority located in the Southeastern United States. Colorful silhouettes of figures and animals can be seen from the Emerald Isle with large cows along freeways to Firemen and Dalmatians in Plano Texas with the latest additions in Balbriggan Ireland and Colorado Springs. Recently Collins has added complex polychrome enamel painting to selected silhouettes, i.e. the female figure. "Rejoyce" is the newest silhouette in natural brushed finished aluminum with powder coat and enamel. More examples can be seen at www.collins3d.com. His mixed media collages with assemblage frames are somewhat challenging in that the art is not finalized until the viewer completes it. In general, there is no prearranged single story, idea, or philosophy inherent in the work. Because the work is made of...

    Steven Derks - Artist Statement: Color field Paintings & Gridscapes My work is best described as accidental beauty or Shibui as the Japanese call it. It's my job to reconstruct those accidents with diverse methods yet a consistent result. The two most important tools in my work are a stick to push and pull paint around, and the sun, to accelerate the drying. The desert is the perfect place to make this work. While the painting is in the sun cracking and crazing may happen. Placing a painting in the sun to dry is similar to putting ceramics in a kiln. I can anticipate the results but I can't always predict what will happen. Picasso used to say, " Painting is stronger than me. It makes me do things I normally wouldn't do". I'm influenced by Turners skies, Rothko's compositions, and Richter's method of pulling paint. STEVEN DERKS ...

    Damon Hyldreth - Embodying the tension between stasis and impending movement, my work reflects a refined balance of positive and negative space while simultaneously existing as reductionist, self-referential form. In my artistic process of exploration, blending emotion with form, I allow the work to evolve, probing shapes, investigating their capacity to change. I seek to reveal the nature of the material, allowing it to take on a life of it's own. I'm continually looking for that special moment when a new sculpture comes to life. When I first arrive at something new, something that I sense as true, the sense of recognition I feel is like meeting a long lost friend, someone you knew long ago in a far away land, the memory of which is like smoke in a mirror. I use stainless steel, weathering steel, and bronze for their natural surface and permanence and their maintenance free ability to withstand weather extremes. When using mild steel I either leave it black and oil it, or paint it red. These materials, though different, all carry my forms well.. ...

    Ivica Vukadin - Ivica Vukadin was born on the 28th of September 1955 in Zagreb. After education he went to Germany and then to Holland, where he decided to become a sailor on transatlantic ship. He sailed around Africa, Asia and Europe, where he got to know different cultures which influenced his art. He has been painting, designing wooden jewellery and lamps for years but during the last 10 years he has been intensively sculpting. He is using a rare technique of thermal metalworking combined with fine chiseling. Croatian olive tree is his favourite material when working in wood. ...

    Ali Gallo - Uncovering and bringing to the surface what boils beneath creates the tension necessary for a dialog to begin between the idea and the artist and/or the art and the viewer. Finding anyway to create this tension, gouging, scratching, laying, etc in a painting or sculpture allows for deeper inspection, providing the incredible power of metaphor for the human condition....

    Zophia Kneiss - I have built "Burning Art" from my dreams. It has come a long way from the semi-sheltered studio in the Fourth Ward of Atlanta. It really makes me appreciate the rain proof haven I have here in the hills of Tennessee. Burning Art is about appreciating and fostering the inner child in all of us. My goal is to build art that you can play on. Huge installation-landscape sculptures that foster imagination to play on. It is important that my art is not the art one glances at from outside ropes and barriers, but one which engulfs the senses. I imagine jungle gyms and slides that incorporate themes that have playful lessons. ...

    James Ferraro - GAT5 is an interdisciplinary art collective committed to promoting the Austin art community through the fusion of visual art, design, film, music and theater. Artist, filmmaker and music promoter Charles Ferraro and artist, brother James Ferraro started the collective in 2003. GAT5 has organized a wide range of events and has raised tens of thousands of dollars for the Austin art community and various non-profits including the Komen Breast Cancer Foundation and AIDS Services of Austin. During EAST the GAT5 Studio will host a group art exhibit, video installations, Bands, Djs and complimentary food and beverages provided by Austin based restaurants and businesses. James Ferraro, GAT5 co-founder, is currently attending Texas State with a focus on illustration and metal sculpture. Ferraro's illustrative pieces depict introspective views into his interior as an artist. The work features solitary figures with words and phrases while concentrating on stylized realism stemming from life drawing studies. Ferraro's sculptures are freestanding and relief work that consist of recycled steel and found objects. The pieces have a unique industrial style, which the artist has developed over several years. His current series incorporates recycled industrial forms with organic objects taken from nature. The pieces...

    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, ...

    Paul Vauchelet - Thank you for visiting my portfolio. As far as a brief background, I was an Art major at SBVJC, I then did frelance work for a couple of national magazines and was the Creative Art Director for Robert Keith and Co. The bottom line that matters here is whether you derive pleasure from my work or not. Those of you that do not. That is fine. Diversity is what makes life such a glorious experience. Keep looking! There is an artist out there whose work will stir a pleasure center in you like no other. Those of you that do find some degree of enjoyment in my work confirm my belief that we as humans really do enjoy life when we "Stop long enough to smell the roses". Everything in our world is exquisitely beautiful when we take the time to fully relish it in minute detail. When I paint it is solely for egocentric pleasure. The hyper realism of my work reflects my delight in discovering even the smallest nuance of my subject matter. I consume my subject visually, savoring it like a fine wine. My eyes become my palate, tasting even the subtlest of changes in textures and ...

    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. ...

    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. ...

    Devi Delavie - I've decided to use the website to showcase ORIGINAL ONE OF A KIND WORK. The prices are subject to change reflecting current market value. Full-sized GICLEE FINEART REPRODUCTIONS are available at 50% of the original's price. I am once again working full-time immersed in the latest digital video production environment. PREFERRED MEDIA WORKS in Flagstaff, AZ. (928) 213-0750. Again a forum for all of my visual, performing and media arts background....

    Tamara Albaitis - Artist Statement I create objects, sounds and installations that are derived from observations in daily life. I'm particularly interested in daily rituals, routines, and everyday objects, with emphasis on temporal progression. Naturally, these things lead to unpredictability, fluctuation, and the inevitability of change which drives my work intuitively. I'm sensitive to details and intrigued by the contradictions they embrace. All this makes it permissible for me to be nurturing, ironic, and hypocritical, bringing me closer to obscuring our perceived boundaries between art and life. In this current body of work, I'm investigating Acousmatics - this is when we rupture the representational characteristics of sound and delve deeper into the sensations and personal meanings of sounds. I'm particularly interested in our relationships with common natural sounds, and how they are re-produced through unnatural technology. Using raw speakers and audio wire as sculptural objects, I intend to provide a space where we can appreciate natural and implied systems that make up our world, posing questions as to how far technology can actually benefit and enrich our daily lives. The spaces where these experiments exist are taken into consideration; they play a key part in the sculptural and conditional ...