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concrete abstract sculpture 1989-1990 a

 

 

Monolithic Outdoor Monumental Sculpture.

 

8 -16 feet H. Concrete, Stainless Steel and Steel

 

The molds create warped planes by linking different opposing edges.

 

Bending Space using 4 Warped Planes.

 

I chose to elongate the Cube using a Rectangle, the proportions are less blocky, more Elegant and Elongated.

 

The 4 Corner create Warped Planes by linking Opposing Stainless Steel Rails with a Formica lined Plywood Mold's.

 

Stainless Steel Edges allows for shaping thinner edges and connecting the interior steel reinforcement.

 

The molds create warped planes by linking different opposing edges.

 

The Concrete Sculpture is vibrated from top to bottom to eliminate air pockets and yeild a marble like finish.

 

The Formica lined mold.yielded a marble like finish.

 

This Series of Concrete Sculpture was my second since the 1970's.

 

I was able to correct some engineering problems inherent in my first Concrete Sculpture Series.

 

I often go back and correct or improve on works from the past.

 

was also was to able to bridge into a new dimension with Warped Planes in this Modern Abstract Concrete Sculpture.