Methods in Metal Carving, 2015 •
Key Food • 268 Main St
The sculpture I made for Beacon 3D 2015 is called Methods in Metal Carving. It is a cast aluminum sculpture that is part of a series exploring different processes to get gestural mark-making into metal. The textures are inspired by different kinds of machine marks that are found throughout industry, as well as other wear that would happen to a surface over time.
I was born in 1988 in Boston, Massachusetts. I graduated from Skidmore College in 2011 as a Studio Art Major. I shared a studio with three other artists from school in Cambridge, New York before moving down to Beacon. My love for cast sculpture started in college but grew at Polich Tallix where I worked as a finisher for two years. Currently I work for Workshop Art Fabrication and I have a studio in Beacon, New York where I make sculpture, furniture and paintings.