Thursday, February 21, 2013

Albert Paley's steel sculpture is shown twice -- in a maquette that is about 24" high, and outside, which is perhaps 3 stories high. Got to talk with him tonight at his wife's, Francis', opening of photographs at the Geisel Gallery at Bausch and Lomb. Enough name dropping!

1 comment:

  1. That's such a beautiful sculpture! I think it's so great that you can see the bigger version exactly opposite of the smaller one. I wonder what the artist's inspiration was for this piece. I think it's a great way to truly show off the strength of steel, how durable it is and yet how easy it is to mold.