Artwork

Towers of Pittsburgh / ROY

2002
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Identifier

IWC.2002.201

Materials

fabricated and oxidized brass and copper, wood, electronics engineered by David Parlour, smoke fluid, light

Description
ROY is a jeweler and silversmith. Using brass, iron and steel, she creates a small, precisionist, and industrial landscape. But instead of welding her materials she uses the precious soldering metals of the silversmith. The sound of industrial energy is incorporated into the piece and a trail of white smoke intermittently escapes from a smokestack.
About the Artist
ROY received her BFA from Carnegie Mellon University and her MFA from Kent State University in small sculpture. She creates sculptural metalwork inspired by architectural shapes and forms.
December 21, 2002 – January 26, 2003
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