A team and myself recently finished a work of art where I'm employed at A.R.T. Research www.thinksculpture.com
The artist is John Safer and A.R.T Research has made many sculptures for him. Well he came to us with a 4 ft acrylic model and wanted a 35 foot stainless steel high polish piece titled Quest to be made. Trouble shooting, lots of form work, lots of polishing and eleven months later and it got shipped out and will be at the Johns Hopkin's new home for the Wilmer Eye Institute. This is the second major sculpture that I have worked on. For those who were at Savannah, I was a part of Susan Ewing's Crystalline Tower in Cincinnati.
Having worked on these projects I think it's really interesting to look at jewelry or some of the small sculptures that we all make and superimpose it or actually make it larger than life so to speak. What would look like, is bigger better, have you turned your jewelry into public art?