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12’ x 8’ x 8’ Photograph

Bryce LeFort

United States

Photography, Digital on Wood

Size: 18 W x 24 H x 0.5 D in

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About The Artwork

As the restrictions of Covid set in, my work had to be increasing experienced over digital display. I chose to embrace the idea of experiencing a sculpture as an image. This piece was originally a large, laminated wood sculpture almost unseen by anyone. Instead, I used matte paint to remove shadows and placed it on a digital background to highlight it as a 2D image. Its existence as a sculpture is unrecognizable appearing as a computer-generated 3D model. The title brings attention to size and presence. The materials and its construction become obsolete as the viewer experience only the digital image. The importance of the sculpture as a physical object is questioned, as is a desire to see it in person. How we now experience art is in flux. This piece does not limit it as a digital image or a 3D sculpture.

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Photography:Digital on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18 W x 24 H x 0.5 D in

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I grew up in or near the water all my life, and sailing has been one of my greatest dedications. The fluid forms in many of my sculptures derive from the wind and water. My work connects to these natural elements and my career as a craftsman. From an early age, I built furniture and anything else I could with the materials at hand. It wasn’t until college that I began to test the boundaries of my abilities. At the University of Pennsylvania, I developed a passion for sculpture and furniture. However, at the time I was not capable of making the art I wanted. After college I returned to my passion for the water with a new purpose of gaining the abilities necessary to create. I attended the International Yacht Restoration School for traditional wooden boats and for the next ten years I honed my skills as a professional boatbuilder, maker and teacher. My background can be seen throughout my art. A high level of craftsmanship coupled with my continued exploration of techniques and materials connects my art to its origins as craft. I treat every aspect as an opportunity to highlight each individual component. From processes derived in boatbuilding to expanding the potential for overlooked materials, my work marks every stage of my evolving practice. Every piece is carefully crafted with the intention to inspire others to discover their own abilities.

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