William Brayton

Wood, aluminum, bronze, acrylic and concrete are materials with different histories and connotations that I’m mixing with my own sculptural language. Steam bent wooden and aluminum lines are riveted together, often creating a sense of implied motion and energy. Lines overlap with circles, discs and spheres and coalesce into unpredictable patterns that have structural and emotive readings. These patterns determine connection points, and the suggestion of multiple forces operating inside of a form.