This fine fellow, Double Sub, dates back to 1993, created in December in preparation for a two person show at the Chazen Gallery at the Wheeler School, Providence RI. The third in a series that utilized the washer disc as a form generating 'driver'. The expanded, inflated look, follows the contours that seemed natural while welding them together, a kind of material-directed form generation. These 3" discs are quite substantial, at 1/8" thick each, and provide substantial stability and strength: very solid in spite of the relatively narrow neck.
This image is a cropped version with back ground plantings removed from the image for clarity. Additional photos to follow.
72"h x 74"w x 23"d
Oxidized Mild Steel