William Brayton

Wood, aluminum, bronze, acrylic and Braytoncrete are materials with different histories and meanings that have shaped my sculptural language. Steam bent oak and aluminum lines are riveted together with an eye towards implied motion and unraveling chaos. Lines, circles, discs and spheres, coalesce into unpredictable patterns. Connection points mark where multiple forces collide. I keep trying to make art about wind, something that is only revealed by how it alters the world.