Nautilus Seed

Materials:
-Steel
-Wood

$8,000.00

SOLD

Nautilus Seed was created as part of Charismatic Expressions of a Microscopic World, a new series of metal sculpture inspired by seedpods and naturally forming geometric shapes found in nature. The series makes reference to micro-flora and -fauna, as well as vintage scientific illustrations of microscopic organisms.

Originally exhibited as part of Sean Orlando’s 2014 Artist in Residence at the de Young Museum
www.periscopeproject.org

Germination

Materials:
-Steel
-Silicon Carbide
$8,000.00

Germination was created as part of Charismatic Expressions of a Microscopic World, a new series of metal sculpture inspired by seedpods and naturally forming geometric shapes found in nature. The series makes reference to micro-flora and -fauna, as well as vintage scientific illustrations of microscopic organisms.

Originally exhibited as part of Sean Orlando’s 2014 Artist in Residence at the de Young Museum
www.periscopeproject.org

Dendritic Seed Pod

Materials:
-Steel
-Jute
$4,000.00

Dendritic Seed Pod was created as part of Charismatic Expressions of a Microscopic World, a new series of metal sculpture inspired by seedpods and naturally forming geometric shapes found in nature. The series makes reference to micro-flora and -fauna, as well as vintage scientific illustrations of microscopic organisms.

Originally exhibited as part of Sean Orlando’s 2014 Artist in Residence at the de Young Museum.
www.periscopeproject.org

Systemic 1

Materials:
-Schedule 40 black pipe
-Brass valves
$1,000.00

“Systemic” Series”

Systemic is a series of sculptures initially installed at the de Young Museum as part of the Urbanauts Fellowship with Matthew Passmore from Rebar.
Entangled networks of pipes and valves completely took over the Kimball Gallery from wall to ceiling, challenging Museum visitors to reflect on the space in which they inhabit and inviting them to rethink how they move through their urban environment.

Systemic 2

Materials:
-Schedule 40 black pipe
-Brass valve
$2,000.00

“Systemic” Series”

Systemic is a series of sculptures initially installed at the de Young Museum as part of the Urbanauts Fellowship with Matthew Passmore from Rebar.
Entangled networks of pipes and valves completely took over the Kimball Gallery from wall to ceiling, challenging Museum visitors to reflect on the space in which they inhabit and inviting them to rethink how they move through their urban environment.

Systemic 3

Materials:
-Schedule 40 black pipe
-Brass valve
$4,000.00

“Systemic” Series”

Systemic is a series of sculptures initially installed at the de Young Museum as part of the Urbanauts Fellowship with Matthew Passmore from Rebar.
Entangled networks of pipes and valves completely took over the Kimball Gallery from wall to ceiling, challenging Museum visitors to reflect on the space in which they inhabit and inviting them to rethink how they move through their urban environment.

City of Storm

Materials:

-High-density foam
-Concrete
-Cast iron
-Programmable LEDs
-Digital sound recordings of a storm
-Man-hole cover bar
$4,000.00

“City of Storm” is a custom fabricated section of city side walk with man-hole cover…”ripped out of the ground”.

Part of a series of sculptures initially exhibited at the de Young Museum entitled “Artifice”, the final phase of the Urbanauts Fellowship with Matthew Passmore from Rebar.
Artifice was created with the support of the Black Rock Arts Foundation, the official supporting arts organization of the Urbanauts fellowship.
Special thanks to Ake Grunditz …master sculptor and a great friend…

hic sunt dracones

Materials:
-Wood
-Glass
-Steel
-Programmable LED lighting
$5,000.00

“hic sunt dracones” (here be dragons) is a custom fabricated section of a tunnel… a simulation of a typical path of travel that an Urban Explorer might seek out.

It is part of a series of sculptures initially exhibited at the de Young Museum entitled “Artifice”, the final phase of the Urbanauts Fellowship with Matthew Passmore from Rebar.

Artifice was created with the support of the Black Rock Arts Foundation, the official supporting arts organization of the Urbanauts fellowship.