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Bombayjewel – call 714 5106750 Abstract Geometric Metal Wall Sculpture very colorful and lightweight Wrought Iron Metal Art Set of 4, each art is 31 x 8 Inches. Fresh New stock Brand New in Box Abstract Wall Sculpture Art Wrought Iron Metal lightweight Wrought Iron Metal Art Geometric…
www.johnsendelbach.com Artist Statement:Art is for the mind of the beholder. So, ever the iconoclast, I’ll let you figure it out yourself. Artist Biography In 1966, on the 62nd birthday of Salvador Dali, a child was born in a red Plymouth Valiant in front of Buffalo’s Mercy Hospital. The youngest of four, John Sendelbach had entered the world amidst global unrest and social awakening. With early memories of the ceasefire in Viet Nam, his formative years in the seventies were spent playing in the woods, fields and creeks of Orchard Park. During these halcyon days of Schwinn Stingrays, Hotwheels, treeforts and bicentennial firecrackers, John was strongly influenced by his first generation father, a sheetmetal contractor and draughtsman, and the many tools available around the house. He showed an early propensity for creation, always tinkering with model cars, chopper bicycles and motorless gocarts, as well as making award winning models of the White House and the Eiffel tower. Excellence in classwork and atheletics in his early years, gave way to an interest in popular music and cosmic explorations in his teens. Buying his first album in eighth grade, Pink Floyd’s “Wish You Were Here”, ameliorated his earlier influences of the likes of Led Zeppelin, Lynyrd Skynyrd and Deep Purple. A serendipidous discovery of the Grateful Dead in 1983 forever changed his world view, and led to a near fanatical following of the band for the next 15 years. In his early twenties, John began …