Thursday, October 6, 2005


gallery: bathsheba grossman

`Bathsheba Grossman carries around her art wherever she goes. She shows strangers her two-inch metal sculptures, the babies of her collection. People hold them, stare at them, love them, and buy them. In this way, she has sold on the spot to barmaids, secretaries, bus drivers, and mail deliverers. [..]

Her sculptures rise in twists and arch into knots of satisfyingly heavy darkish metal. They have structure and order, yet their symmetries are hard to grasp. As you attempt to trace the labyrinthine formations, you are drawn in, mesmerized.’

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