Andrea â€“ 36″ x 60″ x 2″, steel wire (private commission, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania)
Brooklyn-born contemporary artist Rodger Stevens has sent me images of his truly creative and poetic wire sculptures. Rodger isÂ a sculptor in New York. For about fifteen years he’s been working primarily with wire and occasionally with wood and other materials to create objects for galleries, museums, architects, interior designers, magazines and clients of all kinds.
Have a look at this fab video featuring the talented artist and his creative process.
Rodger Stevens was born in Brooklyn, New York, and studied at the Parsons School of Design (NYC) and the School of Visual Arts (NYC). His sculptures, installations, and drawings have been exhibited in galleries and museums in New York, California, Paris and elsewhere since 1993.
Downpour â€“ 96″ x 56″ x 82″, steel wire (private commission, Blesso Properties, New York, New York)
MC â€“ 14′ x 5′ x 1′, steel wire (private commission, San Francisco, California)
Stardust â€“ 86″ x 58″ x 8″, tin wire (commissioned by the Persol eyewear company as part of their Work of Persol series)
Dub â€“ 72″ x 40″ x 4″, iron wire (commissioned by a recording studio in lower Manhattan)
Bulb #10 â€“ 4″ x 3″, iron wire (private commission, New York, New York)
Sixth â€“ 126″ x 64″ x 12″, steel wire (one in a series of twelve different numbers commissioned for The Sweeney Building, Dumbo Brooklyn, New York)
#@%! â€“ 6″ x 9″ x 1″, iron on painted pine (private commission, Brooklyn, New York)
Woof, Yap, Grrr â€“ each approx. 24″ x 24″, tin wire (a series of dogs available through Jonathan Adler)
Rodger Stevens’ studio.
Rodger Stevens – photo Â© Carlos Serrao for â€śA Work of Persolâ€ť ad campaign.
Photos Â©Â Rodger Stevens