“If you study metaphysics you’ll see that we can get out of ourselves. And maybe there is a bit of danger - so what? You have to have the courage to try it. What would you do with life if you didn’t risk it?” - Louise Nevelson (1899-1988)
ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST SCULPTOR of monumental, monochromatic, wall pieces and outdoor sculptures. Her wood collages can be described as a process starting with singular objects turning them into complex parts, which collectively create the whole experience. This echoes how individual letters create words. Certainly as a woman sculptor I feel connected to Louise, but I was thrilled when I realized she also studied metaphysics. I admire her strength and determination to begin again and again to achieve her goal of following her soul’s heart desire.
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How Parts Make the Whole, Bet
- 22.5” x 43”
- Recycled metal
- Ready to hang