San Diego, CA
Sculpture - Stainless Steel Sculpture
A contemporary, & elegant piece of Stainless Steel Art from Jon Koehler Sculpture.
Honor your employees and clients with a custom designed award. This piece is Made-to-Order and each is one of a kind. Since it is made to order you have input as to any specific elements you want focused on, creating your own piece. The range for this sculpture style is 6-8inches tall and 2-4 inches in width.
Please email me with any questions and specifications prior to ordering.
Each creation is made from start to finish one at a time.
I will email you a picture of the final piece for your approval before shipping.
Allow for 2-4 weeks to make
Rush Order for an extra fee.
I will contact you if longer time is required.
I look forward to working with you to create a piece of timeless art.
Commissions Available upon request Jon@jonkoehler.com
ships Fedex ground.
San Diego Local pick up free, email to arrange details
The journey is just as important as the destination, in the craftsmanship of Jon Koehler's stainless steel sculptures. By creating kinetic sculptures, Jon is pushing the boundaries of metal engineering. Starting in the details of the craft, knowing how to breakdown the elements of steel with the manipulation of welding. Jon brings opposing forces into equilibrium, turning cold hard steel into a graceful kinetic balance within its environment. Making the immovable move, making a heavy medium appear light, is the dichotomy of his work. Creating from a pure source of exploration and pushing the boundaries of imagination and engineering. Jon's creative objective is to bring the viewer into a new world where a gentle breeze or push of the hand will bring to life the complexity of his organic sculpture. Thus transporting the viewer further into a world where steel dances like a feather in the wind. The continued exploration of "opposites in balance" is what fuels Jon's imagination and continued creative pursuits. To extend the realm of kinetic movement. Creating a visual harmony with flowing lines of steel, within a natural environment.
June 19th, 2013
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