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  • Brad Howe

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    Art Brokerage: Brad Howe American Artist: b. 1959. Balancing playfulness, wit, strength, stillness, and motion, Brad Howe’s sculptures are dynamic experiments in color and form. Having started his artistic career making mobiles reminiscent of Alexander Calder’s pioneering midcentury kinetic art, he continues to infuse his work with a sense of lightness. Even in sculptures made of heavy steel, he creates elements that twist, rise, and perch. His quieter, stationary wall sculptures incorporate arching lines that recall elegant movements. In addition to Calder, his influences include Arp and Brancusi—artists who infused solid matter with a similar gravity-defying feel. The idea of social engagement and conversation is a constant theme in Howe’s practice, evident in the way his light-hearted sculptures activate the viewer’s space, as well as in his passion for creating public art and for working closely with collectors on commissioned projects. "My sculptures examine vitality and celebrate beauty,” he has said. “Their aim is to capture the vigor of life and radiate with unabashed potentiality. These are the issues that stimulate me as a person and as an artist, and that are discussed over and over with those who sit with me at my fire and with those at whose fire I find myself sitting." Listings wanted.

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Untitled Abstract Unique Life Size  Metal Sculpture 1992 86 in - Huge - Monumental Sculpture - Brad Howe

Brad Howe

Untitled Abstract Unique Life Size Metal Sculpture 1992 86 in - Huge - Monumental

Sculpture: Metal Sculpture w/ Acrylic Paint, Hand Signed, Unique

Size: 86x18x12 in  | 218x46x30 cm
🔥Huge Monumental Unique Metal Sculpture w/ Acrylic Paint - Inquire Sculpture is located in Utah.
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