Robin Urton: dimensional paintings on glass


Modern Sculpture

Constantin Brancusi

Brancusi: "Kiss", 1907

Brancusi: "Kiss", 1912


Bird in Space

Sleeping Muse, 1910

Male Torso, 1917


Alberto Giacometti

Cage, 1930

Surrealist Table, 1933

Tall Figure, 1947

Henry Moore

Reclining Figure in Wood, 1936

4 Piece Composition, Reclining Figure, 1934


Draped Reclining Figure, 1952

Reclining Figure, 1979


Louise Nevelson

Royal Tide, 1961

Dawn Wedding Chapel, 1959

Black Chord, 1964

Alexander Calder: Kinetic Art

Mobile, 1957

Mobile, 1942


Southern Cross, 1963

Man, 1967

Blue Feather, 1948



Duane Hanson: SuperRealism

Shopper, 1973

Queenie, 1988

Young Worker



Site Sculpture/ Environmental Sculpture


Claes Oldenburg, "Clothespin"


Cherry and Spoon



Christo With "Running Fence"

The nylon fence was 18' high and 24 miles long


"Surrounded Island", Biscayne Bay, off of Miami, Florida 1982



Geo-Art and Earth Art

Robert Smithson

"Spiral Jetty", Salt Lakes, Utah - 1970 (is now submerged below water's surface)


Andy Goldsworthy


Andy Goldsworthy is a brilliant British artist who collaborates with nature to make his creations. Besides England and Scotland, his work has been created at the North Pole, in Japan, the Australian Outback, and in the United States. Goldsworthy regards all his creations as temporary. He photographs each piece once right after he makes it. His goal is to understand nature by directly participating in nature as intimately as he can. He generally works with whatever he notices: twigs, leaves, stones, snow and ice, reeds and thorns.Ê


"Movement, change, light, growth and decay are the lifeblood of nature, the energies that I try to tap through my work. I need the shock of touch, the resistance of place, materials and weather, the earth as my source. Nature is in a state of change and that change is the key to understanding. I want my art to be sensitive and alert to changes in material, season and weather. Each work grows, stays, decays. Process and decay are implicit. Transience in my work reflects what I find in nature." - Andy GoldsworthyÊ

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