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Walter Gordinier’s Large-Scale Sculptures Imbue Their Sites with “An Invitation to Stay”


Today, with a repertoire of materials that includes stainless steel, corten steel, granite, concrete, cast glass, and his own invention of laminated structurally dynamic artist glass, Walter Gordinier’s capacity to pair his creations with their environs is nearly limitless. Drawn to designs that are “pure in form, distilled to their most essential gesture,” his sleek, streamlined works are designed to inspire imagination and allure to the urban plazas, healing gardens, and other sites he is commissioned to design and enhance with his site-specific sculptures.

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Form, Flow, and Essence: Rosetta’s Bronze Animal Sculptures Capture Grace in Motion

Cougar Bench - Rosetta Sculpture

Years before she cast her bronze animal sculptures, Rosetta had been honing the “stylized realism” that characterizes her work. A former graphic designer, she says, “I got used to crafting things like trademarks that have animals you simplify to the

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