The many steel parts that comprise this dynamic equine representation are wrenches, old tools, nuts and bolts, railroad spikes, diamond plate and even a tire iron or two. There are two welded circles of chain links from a diesel locomotive that frame the wine barrel base.
This sculpture, 77” H x 27” w x 48” D.
“From scrap metal to salvation, that is the process I use to elevate the crude to the sublime in my sculptures. It is also a metaphor for the spiritual transformation that guides and gets expressed through my work. Salvaging discarded and abandoned metals and up-cycling them into figurative and animal sculptures revels an invaluable message; with the right tools and creative persuasion, no scrap metal will perish.”
Pierre continues: “I strive to strike a balance between crude industrial forms merging into flowing graceful visual poetry. Each sculpted artwork possesses its own rhythm and tells a story.”
Sponsor: Shelli Byers
Photo by Jude Gibson
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