“For the last several years I have explored a new approach to creating fully dimensional sculptural works.
My current approach creates open-surfaced forms from protruding tactile cast bronze or aluminum shapes. The tactile shapes, colored dark with either patina or anodizing, are visually balanced with the open areas. They reveal the welded stainless steel structure of the crossing rods that deliver the graphic shapes to the surface of the forms.
The designs for my sculptures also reference mathematics and other archetypical forms. These sculptures are not solid forms, as they are each defined by an insubstantial, semi-transparent field of points. They are therefore the mere “ideas” of the forms, and serve as open metaphorical gestures. They are thus available for the viewer to interpret, upon which to project their own meaning. In addition to the originality of the overall design, passersby discover rhythms and morays in the sculpture. These unique pieces are visually interesting and conceptually intriguing, as substantive as they are transparent, as accessible as they are perplexing.” - Gregory Miguel Gómez