Barbara Miller-Reilly

Barbara Miller-Reilly

Barbara Miller-Reilly
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● Jun Kaneko ● Ceramic (The sculptures will dry for a year and then fired for about 3 months in a massive kiln.)

● Jun Kaneko ● Ceramic (The sculptures will dry for a year and then fired for about 3 months in a massive kiln.)

Graham Murdoch Robertson Contemporary Stone Sculpture Gallery Artist’s Statement Reproductions

Graham Murdoch Robertson Contemporary Stone Sculpture Gallery Artist’s Statement Reproductions

cross-connect: “ Yoshinobu Miyamoto is a Japanese architect, paper artist and engineer. His regular job is as a professor at the Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan where he lectures on spatial.

Julio González (Catalonia 1876-1942), Tête couchée, petite; bronze, 1934. By the 1930s González began to make sculpture with iron. Then, few artists forged or welded metal as art, working instead with a foundry and technicians to cast works in bronze. In working with iron González utilized skills from his youth, having had a long and specialized apprenticeship in his family’s metal shop. David Smith called González "the father of all iron sculpture of this century". Centre Pompidou, Paris.

Julio González (Catalonia 1876-1942), Tête couchée, petite; bronze, 1934. By the 1930s González began to make sculpture with iron. Then, few artists forged or welded metal as art, working instead with a foundry and technicians to cast works in bronze. In working with iron González utilized skills from his youth, having had a long and specialized apprenticeship in his family’s metal shop. David Smith called González "the father of all iron sculpture of this century". Centre Pompidou, Paris.