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SCULPTURE

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After Alex I/14
Pipehenge II/12 Red
Sirocco III/16 Brushed Aluminum
Ball Beams & Curves IV/9...
Homer
KNOT THEORY INSTALLATION-10
Tres Gatos IV/8 Red
AFTER FLETCH II/14 Tangerine
STAND BY ME-8271
Regatta II/6 Brass & Teal
Tri-Quad II/10 Freedom
Granite Bench III
KNOT THEORY EXHIBITION-8
After Alex I/14
Pipehenge II/12 Red
Sirocco III/16 Brushed Aluminum
Ball Beams & Curves IV/9...
Homer
KNOT THEORY INSTALLATION-10
Tres Gatos IV/8 Red
AFTER FLETCH II/14 Tangerine
STAND BY ME-8271
Regatta II/6 Brass & Teal
Tri-Quad II/10 Freedom
Granite Bench III
KNOT THEORY EXHIBITION-8

INTERPLAY OF SPACE, PLACE AND SCALE

SCULPTOR, ARCHITECT, EDUCATOR
& INTERNATIONAL DESIGN CONSULTANT 
Gilbert V. Boro has exhibited sculpture throughout the United States and in Europe. His work is collected by individuals, corporations and foundations. 

 

Watch below to hear Gilbert Boro discuss his creative process and contributions to the art community. Video courtesy of The Avenue Concept.

Gilbert Boro discuss his process with The Avenue Concept
Gilbert Boro discusses his artist process and and public contribution to the arts...

TOUCHABLE SCULPTURE

 

"These vibrantly colored, smooth and gleaming pieces beg to be touched and stroked. The maquettes vary in shape and hue but each has a hard cool surface that you could lean on or hide behind. They draw you toward them. Poised on their wooden bases, they look as if they’ll begin to revolve and grow as you move around them. And you can turn the pieces, since the artist has placed a metal plate with mounted bearings under each one.


Boro’s full-scale outdoor sculptures can be seen on the grounds of his studio in Old Lyme, Connecticut. His studio and grounds are open to the public. Entering these grounds is like entering a grove of beech trees. The sculptures spread above and around you as you walk underneath and through their forms. This is the key to experiencing Boro’s work. You relate to it as you would to a tree you could rest under or climb. The branches weave and fold around each other, and you become part of their shape.


This quality suggests something unique about Boro’s sculpture: the artist includes the viewer in the work. No longer a detached observer, you feel like a child again, wanting to climb and stroke and remain inside the forms. And you are calm. These strong, open, touchable structures are protective but never constricting."

 

– Jason E. Sharma, Art Critic

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Studio 80 + Sculpture Grounds was featured in the documentary series 'America: Over the Edge', produced by Arcadia Entertainment and aired on the Smithsonian Channel!