Steel Rod | Brass | Oxyacetylene Torch | $6000
"It started with the simple observation of grackles, and their weird upward gaze to size each other up. That gesture seems so triumphant, and I felt that an added worm would depict the spoils of the early morning victory."
Stepping away from the computer and into his studio has always been a sense of relaxation for Jason Crosier. With his day job being a graphic designer for packaging in publishing, Jason has always been the creative type but not always in a physical sense like molding steel rods to match his vision. Jason is new to fine arts as he has only been sculpturing for 4 years. When creating, Jason is influenced by Richard Serra & Paul Klee and their ability to make simplicity interesting. His process when creating his art starts with a vision on paper. Once that full vision in place, Jason finds it easy to to get started and work freely.
When lacking an idea, Jason inspired by, "...Just being outdoors, whether in nature or the city, taking the time to observe the structure, motion, or natural forms that exist often leads ideas to work from and develop."
When Jason is not sculpting with steel, he is on the courts playing pickle-ball with friends and family.
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