Bruce Robinson’s art demonstrates the levels of meaning driving his do the job

Yoshiko Yap
Bruce Robinson with "Duet"

Bruce Robinson results in magic from a simple content – plywood.

The artist, 73, and professor emeritus at Columbus College of Art & Design and style, commenced his occupation as a painter but in modern years, shifted to developing sculptural wall hangings and pedestal pieces from minimize-out and carved plywood.

“Can I take this really hard building materials and get it to be far more fluid, a lot more supple?” Robinson said he questioned himself about his function.

An exhibit of 23 of his parts, “Bruce Robinson: Flutterby,” is on watch by mid-April at the Pizzuti Assortment in the Limited North. The subjects of these sculptures selection from athletics to tunes, dance, artwork historical past and civil legal rights. Like the materials of which they are produced, the items have layers of that means and reference. 

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A range of performs ended up impressed by Robinson’s higher faculty years competing in observe and field occasions, such as “Flutterby,” an interpretation of a broad jumper and whose title is shared by the exhibit “Front Runner” that pays homage to Olympic gold medal 400-meter hurdler Edwin Moses and four runners whose movements are fantastically captured in two companion pieces, “Rundown #1” and “Rundown #2.”

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