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This End Up (Ultra closeup of dichroic glass and 6 layers of steel)
This End Up (Back). The sculpture rotates 360 degrees to reveal the full diameter of dichroic glass.
This End Up (Closeup showing design, shadows and dichroic glass

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This End Up (3 of 3) Sculpture

William Freer

United States


Size: 36 W x 96 H x 36 D in

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About The Artwork

THIS END UP was inspired by the wind that spins down from New Mexico mountains, hurling the moon to both horizons while the sun sings the colors of our dazzling sky. This kinetic sculpture rotates 360 degrees, making both breathtaking sides easily visible with a gentle push to the side. The back has subtle patterns in rusted steel that reference the front design, to focus on the twenty-two inch disk of dichroic glass and a small triangle of opalescent glass.

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Sculpture:Metal on Steel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:36 W x 96 H x 36 D in

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William Freer is a New Mexico artist whose work resonates with collectors nationwide. In his gallery and commissioned work, Bill focuses on the drama of lights and darks, creating pure designs that convey the power of the shadow. Re-imagining scenes from nature, from native symbols, from architectural details and art motifs, he carves through layers of paper or steel, always allowing the shadows to tell the story. As light shifts throughout the day, new moods emerge adding subtle movement. His paper sculpture is an oasis of calm and precision, a place of contemplation to collectors. And his steel work is the yang to paper’s yin, where collectors feel the voice of energy, strength and power. Drama springs from many joined layers that make shadows deep and alluring, while rich patinas, a colorful splash of glass and 360-degree rotation add surprise and excitement. He’s happiest when viewers touch and turn his work, feeling its surfaces, experiencing its spirit. With a keen understanding of both the public and private space, his works in paper and in steel appear in individual, corporate and public collections nationwide. He also partners with celebrated public artist Howard Meehan. Bill's recent public art installation (a kinetic work in steel and glass) was purchased by Western New Mexico University. A multi-media artist, Bill is equally at home with computer design programs, CNC equipment and a hammer.

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