Today we'll meet William Lieb, one of the 35 artists taking part in the 2010 Artisans Road Trip! Bill's statement from the A.R.T. web site page describes his work as "Sculpture in metals, woods and plastics that engage and energize the human spirit".
Let's meet Bill Lieb and his work!
Bill - "I am preparing new work for my scheduled one-man exhibit at the Pearson's Lakes Art Center this October 14 through December 31, 2010. Most all of my past art pieces have been in the form of pedestal-displayed interior sculpture and large exterior public sculpture."
"Recently I have been constructing large wall reliefs as part of a series I am calling my 'Cruising Series'...... inspired by a five-year sailboat adventure where Jane and I cruised in our small sailboat from San Diego, California to Ft. Meyer, Florida via the Panama Cannel. Generally the reliefs are each around 5' wide x 3'-8" high x 10" deep and weigh about four pounds. They are constructed of 1/8" thick Baltic birch plywood and are finished with acrylic paints."
Wow! Be sure and visit Bill's upcoming exhibit this year - as well as the Artisans Road Trip!!! You can also view Bill's work on the A.R.T. website or Bill Lieb's website!