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Warm wishes for a new year filled with love, happiness, good health, and peace from your friends at Fibonacci.
Jean Michel, metal sculptor, joins the Fibonacci group.
“I am very interested in working with steel and transforming this material into sculpture. The materials I prefer to work with are: I & H beams, structural square tubing, and sheet metal. I look for means to transform a seemingly indestructible steel beam into forms that contradict its intended purpose, rendering the material to a more pliable form. I also like to replicate elements in nature with this material: leaves, branches, etc.”
Fibonacci welcomes Thomas Podhrazsky to the Gallery. Visit the Artists’ page to learn more about Thomas and his work.