W i l l i a m  B r a y t o n

The new sculpture is a thicket of steam bent white oak, welded bronze rod, “Braytoncrete” spheres, and translucent acrylic disks. Titles taken from the names of local winds imply a choreographed weather event. Drawings combine digital images and printers with gouache, charcoal, spray paint and ink. Research on astronomy, cartography, and nautical literature creates a context for these abstract environments, objects and images.