Stan Huncilman combines child-like playfulness with an ingenious primitivism. He creates a wonderland of intriguing forms and convoluted messages. Stan’s vade mecum opens the door to an incomparable world of nutritiously puzzling paradigms whose roots may be in religion, folk art, nineteenth century industrialism or Greek mythology. Stan explains his sculptures, "In this world, a whimsical sense of humor walks arm in arm with an obstinate determination to create."
"Caerus" is the title of Huncilman’s sculpture, part of the Geyserville Trail. The sculpture is from his Wihnetoo Series. According to Stan, "The series is a commitment to the process of creativity. Sculpture is not only the transmutation of material, but the adventure that occurs in the creator’s mind. No matter how powerful the hands are, there is another effect never far way floating in the infinite ether of the imagination."
"Caerus” is 74" high by 20" wide and 30" deep and was creative from pressure formed and welded steel. This unique sculpture is located on Geyserville Avenue near Isis Oasis.