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ReCircles wind sculptures are made from a variety of reused items including cookie tins, signs, bakeware, license plates and a variety of other recycled light sheet metals.
For several years I played with designs for a wind sculpture based on concentric circles, held together with swivel spinners. The idea initially was to have sheet metal cut in the shapes I needed. In 2007 I began hand-cutting a few prototypes from light metals I had easy access to.
What began as a make-do measure quickly became an important part of the design as I watched the variety of colors, textures & printed images play off one another. And ReCircles were born.
ReCircles continue to be made from recycled materials, and are available made-to-order.
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All canvas used is heavy cotton duck canvas, stretched in-studio onto wood stretchers. The gesso used is of high quality, and each painting receives a minimum of three coats to ensure a stable painting surface. Masonite and MDF board are used for panels, and are sealed with the same care as canvases. Archival materials are used throughout the process. Found object works contain a variety of media. In all cases, I've used a two-part resin to seal objects and protect the surface. All work made to last for decades to come.
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