What's Your Angle, Too? | Powdered-Coated Steel | $4500
Starting with metal jewelry, Laura Strutz was always interested in going bigger. Now she loves working on geometric sculptures larger than 3 feet tall made out of metal and wood for public display. Her pops of color and interesting shapes are made out of recycled/reclaimed materials whenever possible. Having participated in numerous juried national and regional exhibitions, her work is in many national and international private collections. She says that with so many options, life is too short to simply focus on one area to the exclusion of all else. Laura returned to school as an ‘older’ student at Texas State University and received a Masters of Arts in Interdisciplinary Studies with a concentration in studio art. Subsequently, she enjoyed teaching studio art classes as an adjunct at Austin Community College for 14 years. These included drawing, life drawing, 2 & 3D design, and sculpture classes. She also taught classes and workshops at the Art School of Austin Museum of Art for six years.
"Much of my artwork is comprised primarily of recycled and reclaimed metals and wood. Many pieces hover somewhere between two and three dimensions. They are assembled from parts I have made, altered, and/or found. My works include collages, shadow sculptures, metal ‘quilts’, wood (& metal) sculpture, and jewelry . The ‘shadow sculpture’ series takes the linear aspect of drawing into three dimensions," Says Laura Sturtz.
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