Recognizable, simple and elegant best describe Bill Burgess' use of arcs and spirals. These sculptural forms are a language recognized by people of all cultures, religions and races and predate history.  Spanning 50 years, the ongoing use of these forms in the creation of  his art brings continuity to his life work. 

A Curve does not exist in its full power until contrasted with a straight line.” ― Robert Henri

Materials:  Mild Steel,  Rusted or Stainless Steel, Aluminum

Tools: Plasma Cutters, Wire Feed and TIG Welders, and Grinders.

Other Materials: Found Objects, Wood, Concrete, Plastics 

Negative and Free Space: The negative spaces - those enclosed and those set free - are as important as the solid material.

I do not propose to write an ode to dejection, but to brag as lustily as chanticleer in the morning, standing on his roost, if only to wake my neighbors up. Henry David Thoreau

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