Public Sculptures by Jill King Studio seen at Workshop 4200, Chicago - Aurora
Public Sculptures by Jill King Studio seen at Workshop 4200, Chicago - Aurora

Aurora

Description
Aurora was created for a temporary exhibition which took place at Workshop 4200, Chicago. This piece is inspired by viewing images of Auroras. Created out of thin soldered steel, hand-painted, sewn fabric-coated with acrylic medium and sewn holographic vinyl. This piece rolls up and hangs off a ceiling. Size: 15'L x 3'W, Weighs only 12lbs
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I create my sculptures by drawing gesturally with wire or steel rods- twisting, melting and manipulating, until the armature speaks to me. These three dimensional artworks are formed by stretching a strudy, opaque material over a linear steel construction. My airy artworks look like floating, celestial cloud formations that have come to life in three dimensions.

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