Jeremy Thomas inflated steel Exhibit at the Bentley Projects Gallery

2017 January 21
by Lyle Plocher

An ongoing dialogue between material, form, and the artist’s hand reverberates within each hollow form. To create his works, Thomas employs a process that is better known among blacksmiths than artists. Beginning with flat sheets of steel he cuts out shapes that are geometric iterations of circles and bends them so they can be welded together to create large hollow forms.

The Exhibit can be seen until February 11th.

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