Posted by: groundsforsculpture | October 12, 2011

Silent Auction Additions

Check out the following recent additions to the pop-up silent auction gallery for October 15, 2011! Remember, even if you can’t attend, you can place an Absentee Bid. Click here to download the form.

Steve Tobin
Bang Pots
Ceramics, glass
approx. 4”x 4” x 4” each
Starting bid: $100 each

Check out this short video of Tobin making bang pots.
http://www.stevetobin.com/bangmov/ExplodingEarth_720x405.24fr.mov
On October 1, 2011 Grounds For Sculpture inaugurated the new 7-acre Meadow with the exhibitionof Steel Roots by Steve Tobin. Steve has worked in many mediums including ceramics, glass, bronze, and steel. These bang pots are explorations of form exploding into chaos. Each one is unique and made by inserting a small explosive into clay. They emerge from their transformative moment “full of emotional, aesthetic, and sensual conviction, and deeply alive.” Steve Tobin graduated from Tulane University in 1979 with a BS in mathematics. From there, he pursued his artistic career with study in glass at Pilchuck Glass School, WA and Penland School of Crafts, NC. Teaching appointments and fellowships in glass followed, and in 1989, he became the first foreigner invited to build his own studio in Murano, Italy. In 1994, Tobin built his first bronze foundry, and began to cast bronze. Tobin’s work has been exhibited at numerous museums and outdoor venuesincluding: The American Museum of Natural History, New York City; Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois; Laumeier Sculpture Park, St. Louis, Missouri; and Sculpturesite Gallery, San Francisco, California. The artist currently works and resides in Bucks County, PA.

Roslyn Rose
The Big Horn II
Etching and embossing
31” x 22”
Starting bid: $125

This print was donated by the Printmaking Center of New Jersey. Roslyn Rose is a New Jersey native who lives in Hoboken. Rose’s art work is in the collections of many museum and corporations including the Newark Museum; NJ State Museum; NAWA Collection at Voorhees-Zimmerli Art Museum; Stevens Institute; Noyes Museum; and the McAllen International Museum in Texas. Rose is a cofounder of the Hob’art cooperative gallery in Hoboken and is represented by Ceres Gallery in Manhattan.

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