Dimensions: 27.9cm (H) x 30.5cm (W) x 27.9cm (D) / 11" (H) x 12" (W) x 11" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
ECHO is hand pressed concrete mixed with St. Helen's ash that's reinforced with PVA fibers. The artist collected the ash with her family in her home town of Portland after the 1980 eruption.
This piece is a continuation of exploring the connections between evolution and creativity through building unconventional forms that push the boundaries of the material. Altering what ordinarily is the solid uniformity of concrete into casts that seem pulled, stretched, in transit. To take the stone and make it rip, blend, emote. To evolve what is normally the process of casting the wet matrix of concrete into a solid block. To discover instead a form that looks like a sound wave instead of a static obelisk. A reverberation rather than an inert constant.
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Based in: Seattle
Deane McGahan is a contemporary American sculptor currently residing in the Seattle metropolitan area. As having grown up in the Pacific Northwest, her aesthetic sensibilities are deeply rooted in the region. Not only as an appeal to the natural beauty at her door step, but the lived in experience of people, the effectual charge of living, which Seattle and its many haunts have afforded her.
Deane has shown her work in group exhibitions across the United States in Seattle, Philadelphia and New York,
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