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Suspended Memories: The Indelible Work of Terry Welker, FAIA


Please stare. That’s the behavior Terry Welker wants to encourage when it comes to his artwork. “Mobiles allow people to stare,” muses Welker, an established architect and Fellow of the American Institute of Architects who has been creating mobile and

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Pedal to the Metal: The Swift and Remarkable Career of Sculptor Joe Gitterman

Half Hitch
Location: Norwegian Cruise Line, Escape, Theater
Sculpture Size: 82”X45”X26”
Material: Mirror Polished Bronze
Comment: Mounted on black wood bases so that the audience passes each sculpture entering and leaving the state of the art theater on the 4,000 capacity new cruise ship.

Somebody needs to pinch Joe Gitterman. A lifelong metal sculptor who created pieces for his own enjoyment, it wasn’t until just five years ago, after retiring from Wall Street, that Gitterman found success selling his work. Small sculptures for galleries

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Body Building: The Astounding Figurative Sculpture of Carole Feuerman

Survival of Serena, 2012
Lacquer on Bronze
Dimensions (inches): 37 H x 81 W x 31 D
Private Collection, The Hamptons

“Fine art sculpture” and “humor magazine” aren’t two terms you often associate with one another. But when the art is by groundbreaking sculptor Carole Feuerman and the magazine is the acclaimed National Lampoon, the association begins to make a little

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A 360° View of Architectural Suspensions, with Kenneth von Roenn

suspended in the central atrium of Alltech's European headquarters

Kenneth von Roenn has cracked every angle of glasswork in his forty-five years as an artist and architect specializing in the medium. He talked to us about the complexities of suspended architecture.

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