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RED GREEN CONSTRUCTION

Michigan artist Ray Katz sculptures are abstract. The abstract manipulation of form in space, to create visual balance using rhythm, action and movement, combine to create compositions that convey the implied energy found in his work. Striving for visual balance, and the implied energy of a compositional organization become an evolutionary process that he associates with the evolution of life experiences that we all commonly share. The process of change that occurs in all living things and especially human beings, fascinate Ray. The observation of these concepts in his  personal evolution contributes to the visual aspects of his sculpture. 

 Ray's creative process requires organizing separate parts into a whole. Initially much of this activity is spontaneous, both in large and small scale work. The elements are all fabricated individually then assembled by welding and bolting. 

As Ray states, "I have successfully installed large scale sculpture temporarily and permanently. I believe that Public Art transforms the way people look at visual phenomena in their environment. Whatever its form, Public Art attracts attention and effects peoples attitude toward their surroundings and often stimulates an exchange of ideas that can be enriching emotionally, intellectually and aesthetically".

This sculpture is available for purchase. 

 

 

YOUNTVILLE ART WALK
  1. FACES OF FREEDOM
  2. MEMORY OF A TREE
  3. SPIRAL
  4. TO THE CLOUDS
  5. WINE LOVE
  6. THE LIGHT FORREST
  7. GOOSE EGG
  8. CHOYA
  9. Coming Soon!
  10. THE CHEF
  11. Yellow Sphere
  12. KNOT THEORY
  13. ROCK MUSHROOMS
  14. LAW LIBRARY
  15. SIDEWALK JUDGE
  16. RED GREEN CONSTRUCTION
  17. CHAOS PAMPLONA
  18. BUILDING UP
  19. WHO RESCUED WHO
  20. MACAW
  21. Y.E.S. BOOK
  22. SLINGSHOT
  23. TREBLE CLEF
  24. MUSE WITH ATTITUDE
  25. Coming Soon!
  26. THE HATCH
  27. SEEDLING
  28. HONORARY FIREFIGHTER
  29. RAVEN
  30. Coming Soon!
  31. LET LOVE BLOOM
  32. RE-INVENTION
  33. CARVED BY NATURE III
  34. THE FUTURE OF THE WORLD IS IN OUR HANDS
  35. NAPA VALLEY MUSEUM