Guy Dill
New Sculpture and Wall Panels
January 19 – March 1, 2008
Breakfast with the Artist: Saturday, January 26, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

Bobbie Greenfield Gallery
2525 Michigan Avenue, B6 (Bergamot Station), Santa Monica, CA  90404
Contact: Tyler Lemkin

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Public hours, Tuesday – Saturday, 11am-5:30pm

Guy Dill in Studio with (left) Tuk-1 in aluminum nad (right) Pooja in bronze.

Bobbie Greenfield Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition of new sculpture and wall panels by Los Angeles artist Guy Dill.

This exhibition will include 6 sculptures in bronze and aluminum.  The new works range in height from 2 to 8 feet.  

Guy Dill’s exploration of scale, form and highly charged bronze patinas are always primary as well as a continued process oriented approach to making sculpture.

The aluminum sculptures are machined to a light absorbing surface behaving as a counterpoint to the new bronze works. Welds and connections are often left exposed to de-mystify the building process of sculpture making.

Also on exhibition for the first time will be Guy Dill’s aluminum wall panels measuring 4 feet wide and up to 8 feet in height.  This new body of work continues Guy Dill’s exploration of abstraction utilizing the wall plane as both a framework and image enunciator.  The slight thickness of these aluminum panels allows a unique type of machine drawing to emerge. As a material conscious sculptor Guy Dill utilizes the forms that emerge from the panels to fabricate the 3-D works.

These new wall works engage the viewer in a visual puzzle of wall panel to sculpture, wherein a direct correlation cannot always be achieved but is nonetheless engaging.

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