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Sculpture in the Garden
Sculptures from regional artists installed in natural, picturesque setting
Now – April 2017

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Artist Name: Brett Reisdorf

www.bretthaydndesigns.com

Reisdorf

Title of Piece #1: Enlightenment
Media: urban tree fall, rescued agricultural steel pipe, up-cycled steel plate
Dimensions: 32"H x 28"W x 24"D
Retail Price: $4,225 + tax

Artist’s Statement: The optimism of nature is persistent and unchanging. Limbs are extended by humans in an attempt to be helpful. Exploring the ideas of biocentrism rather than anthropocentrism is a path that will assist nature best.

 

Reisdorf

Title of Piece #2: Peace Piece
Media: rescued urban tree fall, rescued agricultural steel pipe, up-cycled steel
Dimensions: 60"H x 36"W x 22"D
Retail Price: $5,525 + tax

Artist’s Statement: History shows wars were fought on a battlefield; today, war is an internal battle. Peace is achieved looking inward first, cultivating altruism within, so peace outside is then attainable.

 

Reisdorf

Title of Piece #3: Sufferer
Media: urban tree fall, up-cycled steel plate, rescued steel tube and rescued steel from seawall
Dimensions: 46"H x 40"W x 16"D
Retail Price: $4,575 + tax

Artist’s Statement: Awake from a long absent-minded dream, the species that we call humans take conscious steps back to join the web of nature.

 

Artist’s Bio: Brett was born and raised in South Africa and has always been connected with nature, particularly the African bush and the Southern African coastlines, which have defined and guided the eco-modern style of the artist. Most important to him are the protection of natural environments and the promotion of bio-diversity. Through his art, Brett strives to bring this message forth to people interested in his unique, sustainable design solutions. If Brett is not in his studio designing or educating on the importance of stewardship, you will most likely find him surfing in San Diego’s north county, doing yoga, shaping a surfboard or in search of discarded waste that fills our natural environments.

 

 


Photos: Nick Ruddick


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