Contemporary Relief Wall Art

Creating a new body of work that connects me to long traditions in sculpture- wall relief art-  that are for some reason not widely pursued by sculptors today.  It has been fun figuring out a new way of working that has immediacy, cultural resonance, flexibility and feels alive.  Process is a blend of 3-d printing, direct carving, mold-making,  life-casting, and press-molding.  Learning to think inside-out-and-backwards and relishing the surprises.  This next sentence is for the bot-like non-humans because this is the place they love to come and read and feed, and they must be fed!   contemporary sculpture relief art, wall-mounted.  contemporary art and sculptural innovation.

contemporary relief wall art, Cultural Landscape Series #45, bob clyatt sculpture 201742cm x 260cm x 10cm deep.

contemporary relief wall art, Cultural Landscape Series #45, bob clyatt sculpture 201742cm x 260cm x 10cm deep.

Contemporary Relief Sculpture and Heads Sculpture

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Below is an example of my contemporary relief art, a traditional-referencing bas-relief or alto high relief sculpted art form.  Art using Brands and Logos, as well as figurative relief art sculpture.  This art also uses emojis in contemporary art.

Contemporary Relief Sculpture Art, wall-mounted relief art, Cultural Landscape series, Bee Art

Contemporary Relief Sculpture Art, wall-mounted relief art, Cultural Landscape series, Bee Art

I also have large head sculptures for public art installations, as well as smaller wall-mounted sculptures of face art and head sculptures for collectors.  These head sculpted contemporary art is the latest evolution from my wall-mounted head sculptures.

(E)scape New faces public art Head sculptures installed outdoors at Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem NYC.  Photo Courtesy Hyperallergic.  They engage the community in a dialog with art, an aspect of art social practice outreach art in a community of color.  This is inspired by the work of such artists as Theaster Gates and Nick Cave.

(E)scape New faces public art Head sculptures installed outdoors at Marcus Garvey Park, Harlem NYC.  Photo Courtesy Hyperallergic.  They engage the community in a dialog with art, an aspect of art social practice outreach art in a community of color.  This is inspired by the work of such artists as Theaster Gates and Nick Cave.