Balls, Beams & Curves III/6 Ruby Red Sculpture by Gilbert Boro

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Balls, Beams & Curves III/6 Ruby Red

Gilbert Boro

United States

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Size: 53 W x 72 H x 41 D in

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Sculpture: Steel on Stainless Steel.

In this series of works by Gilbert Boro, polished steel balls meet brightly painted beams and curves as the artist continues to explore the sphere as an organic element and a generator of visual energy. The beams and curves flow up to an intersection point that provides support for the spheres, resulting in a visual unity.
The most regular of the shapes, a sphere may be seen to represent completeness, and yet, because a ball always seems poised to roll, it also suggests continual movement or change. As a result of the artist’s juxtaposition of these elements, each sculpture in this series benefits from the contrast between its massive metal linear forms and the apparent levity of their spherical counterpoint.


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