In this exhibition Webb displays more than 20 sculptures that highlight three series of works executed in the last four years.
Organic Spaces is a series in which new and dynamic environments are invented and which produce associative shapes that can be referenced to organisms and natural structures.
Pickle Project is a compilation of humorous works in which quartered ellipse shapes are three dimensionally transformed as is suggested by their given titles.
Bodies of Work is a series in which elements of the human figure are combined with mechanical machinery components to produce associations to beauty, work, and a body of knowledge that we as humans share in the fabric of our collective memory.
John Webb's education includes a Bachelor of Arts in Visual Art from the University of Bridgeport, 1987. He received a Masters of Architecture degree from U.C.L.A. in 1991. With this Thesis Exhibition he receives a Masters of Fine Arts degree in Studio Art with an emphasis in Sculpture from U.T.S.A. John is a sculptor, as well as a registered, practicing architect. He is a member of the faculty of the College of Architecture at U.T.S.A.
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