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Reworking and Revisiting: When is a piece truly finished?

The piece "Rectified" was originally completed in 2015, and at the time, it represented the resolution of a number of visual, conceptual, and technical considerations that had surrounded my work and specifically my small cast-bronze sculptural units since graduate school. While the solution of the rock form and wooden base as the appropriate way to display the tension and sense of abstracted industrial decay of the bronze unit was a significant step in the right direction at the time, I always…See More
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Charlotte, NC
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Jewelry Store
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Bench Jeweler, Sculptor, Maker, Metalsmith
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http://jasonsteinmetals.com/home.html
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Gold, silver, bronze, brass, copper, steel, aluminum, wood, stone, found objects.

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Reworking and Revisiting: When is a piece truly finished?

Posted on January 24, 2017 at 7:17am 0 Comments

The piece "Rectified" was originally completed in 2015, and at the time, it represented the resolution of a number of visual, conceptual, and technical considerations that had surrounded my work and specifically my small cast-bronze sculptural units since graduate school. While the solution of the rock form and wooden base as the appropriate way to display the tension and sense of abstracted industrial decay of the bronze unit was a significant step in the right direction at the time, I…

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At 7:06am on June 3, 2016, Brigitte Martin said…

Hello Jason,

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