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Walter Gordinier
Grand Tango | Public Sculptures by Walter Gordinier | New York, NY in New York
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Grand Tango - Public Sculptures

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Entry to a condomineum, Cast Glass Tower, 8ft.tall+ 22in. square

Item Grand Tango
Created by Walter Gordinier
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Walter Gordinier
Meet the Creator
Wescover creator since 2018
Walter Gordinier is a Blue Chip American artist specializing in large-scale sculpture for private and public venues. He conceives, fabricates and installs proprietary, site-specific works of art for both Interior and Exterior placement. Walter has a highly motivated vision Concerning the environment surrounding the sculpture. Walter designs Urban Plazas, Healing Gardens and develops the landscape theme. Walters sculptures will compliment and expand an authentic sense of presence, linking space and place to the community at large. Walters approach to pairing his sculpture with landscape architecture is expanding, inspiring and welcoming; extending a kind of open arms for viewers; to stay!
Since 1973 Walter has completed an impressive score of projects through out the United States and internationally, all from his studio in Portland Oregon. The diversity and experienced evidence of his built concepts are truly rewarding, leaving the viewers with a heart felt sense of satisfaction. His clientele are: Private Residences, Public Courtyards, Corporate Buildings, Universities, Liturgical, and Healthcare.
Collaborative thinking goes to the very root of a great concept build and resulting installation. For this Walter is quite comfortable working with his client, architects, engineers, contractors, interior designers, landscape architects, stakeholders, and community officials. Walter builds with stainless steel, corten-steel, granite, cast glass, stone, aluminum and laminated structurally dynamic glass.
Walter believes his site-specific sculptures should be contemporary, pure in form, distilled to their most essential gesture. Clean, modern well defined line, defining beautifully sited iconic sculpture.”