SCULPTURES BY GARY JAMESON

Maryland Landscape, Calvert County, Maryland, 2009, acrylic on wood, 48"x23"x6" wide

 

Left: American Skyscape, 2009, installation at ArtPrize, Grand Rapids, Michigan, acrylic and polymers over wood, 144"x6"x72" high

Right: Fog over Shenandoah, 2009, maquette for proposed sculpture.  Dimensions and materials to be determined.

Red Sun, 2009 

Allegheny Sunset, 2009, maquette for proposed sculpture for an exterior site

The Great Wave (after Katsushika Hokusa), 2005, chalk pastel on cut and formed paper, 18"x8"x12" high.

This sculpture is from a series of  "3-D drawings," applying chalk pastel over Rives BFK paper and cutting and forming as shown.  These small paper works could be translated into larger metal sculptures.

 

Storm over the Blue Ridge, 2005, chalk pastel over cut and formed paper, 14"x8"x8" high.

This sculpture is an interpretation of a squall line traveling over the Virginia mountains.  These small paper works could serve as maquettes for larger metal sculptures.

 

Architectural Remnant, Paleopolystyrene Period, 1995 and 2011, polystyrene (Styrofoam) sheet and beverage cups over wood, about 11 feet high.

This piece was first an installation at the Future Relic outdoor sculpture exhibition, Artscape '95, Baltimore, Maryland.  A second installation was in 2011 on the grounds of Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts in Annapolis. The intention is to depict what future archaeologists would interpret from the remnants of our society.  It is said that two artifacts will survive for future millennia, Styrofoam and "disposable" baby diapers.  I chose to stay only with Styrofoam on this sculpture.

 

 

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