Click this www.thetalentree.com to Watch more Videos of sculptures by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington Sculptural Garden Furniture by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington – Aaron’s latest works are sculptural Patio Furniture made from blacksmith iron and flag stone. “Using my Blacksmithing Techniques I create different sculptures you can sit on. I started with one I’m sitting on now, which is a throne.” ” I also made a park bench with flagstone and Iron Bar.” “I am currently creating Garden Furniture Sets, two chairs and a table, and they look very organic and go very well with a garden. I use white flagstone so they don’t get too hot in the sun and people say they are very comfortable.” Watch more of the Video of these Sculptures by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington _______________________________________________________________________ Trellises by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington – Trellises by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington – “I noticed that these rebar sculptures are really great for vines to climb, so I started making trellises.” These trellises are great because they look like a vine before the vine grows and they will last for generations where as the trellises from the store only last 1 or 2 seasons.” Watch the Video of this Sculpture by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington “I noticed that these rebar sculptures are really great for vines to climb, so I started making trellises.” These trellises are great because they look like

Click this miradorgallery.com to see more videos of Assemblage Artist Esteban Bojorquez at Mirador Gallery in Santa Fe. To Purchase His Artwork Call Mirador Gallery (505) 995-1977 Color, humor, texture, and my quixotic attempt at understanding the frantic, self important culture I find myself in are the components of my art. Working in a wide variety of media including assemblage, painting, sculpture, film, music and installation, my pieces are explorations of materials, techniques and the inherent ironies of life. I collect and reconstruct the discarded refuse of our throwaway society, abstracting familiar objects into an often expansive scale. These once “needed” or “desired” objects, now cast away, send me on a journey of memory, nostalgia, or visceral reactions which lead me to a dreamscape that I hope others can connect to. For me each piece speaks to a spontaneous and unique experience. – Esteban Bojorquez

Click this miradorgallery.com to see more videos of Assemblage Artist Esteban Bojorquez at Mirador Gallery in Santa Fe. To Purchase His Artwork Call Mirador Gallery (505) 995-1977 Color, humor, texture, and my quixotic attempt at understanding the frantic, self important culture I find myself in are the components of my art. Working in a wide variety of media including assemblage, painting, sculpture, film, music and installation, my pieces are explorations of materials, techniques and the inherent ironies of life. I collect and reconstruct the discarded refuse of our throwaway society, abstracting familiar objects into an often expansive scale. These once “needed” or “desired” objects, now cast away, send me on a journey of memory, nostalgia, or visceral reactions which lead me to a dreamscape that I hope others can connect to. For me each piece speaks to a spontaneous and unique experience. – Esteban Bojorquez

Click this miradorgallery.com to see more videos of Assemblage Artist Esteban Bojorquez at Mirador Gallery in Santa Fe. To Purchase His Artwork Call Mirador Gallery (505) 995-1977 Color, humor, texture, and my quixotic attempt at understanding the frantic, self important culture I find myself in are the components of my art. Working in a wide variety of media including assemblage, painting, sculpture, film, music and installation, my pieces are explorations of materials, techniques and the inherent ironies of life. I collect and reconstruct the discarded refuse of our throwaway society, abstracting familiar objects into an often expansive scale. These once “needed” or “desired” objects, now cast away, send me on a journey of memory, nostalgia, or visceral reactions which lead me to a dreamscape that I hope others can connect to. For me each piece speaks to a spontaneous and unique experience. – Esteban Bojorquez

Click This Link www.thetalentree.com to See All of Aaron’s Artwork and His Full Video Portfolio Tour. The TALENTree presents an art documentary about contemporary sculptor, Aaron Harrington. In this documentary he describes 12 different pieces he has created . Introducing Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington www.thetalentree.com After welding to pieces of metal together, Aaron lifts his mask and says, “Hi, I’m Aaron Harrington and welcome to my studio. I’m a contemporary sculptor and blacksmith artist.” The Video continues with Aaron sitting on a Dr. Seuss looking chair he made. “This is actually one of my sculptures I’m sitting on right now. But, before I got into creating sculptures like this I made many different kinds of Artwork, so this is a portfolio tour of my entire body of work. ” Watch the Full Art Tour by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington www.thetalentree.com

Click this www.thetalentree.com to Watch more Videos of sculptures by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington Sculptural Garden Furniture by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington – Aaron’s latest works are sculptural Patio Furniture made from blacksmith iron and flag stone. “Using my Blacksmithing Techniques I create different sculptures you can sit on. I started with one I’m sitting on now, which is a throne.” ” I also made a park bench with flagstone and Iron Bar.” “I am currently creating Garden Furniture Sets, two chairs and a table, and they look very organic and go very well with a garden. I use white flagstone so they don’t get too hot in the sun and people say they are very comfortable.” Watch more of the Video of these Sculptures by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington _______________________________________________________________________ Trellises by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington – Trellises by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington – “I noticed that these rebar sculptures are really great for vines to climb, so I started making trellises.” These trellises are great because they look like a vine before the vine grows and they will last for generations where as the trellises from the store only last 1 or 2 seasons.” Watch the Video of this Sculpture by Contemporary Sculptor, Aaron Harrington “I noticed that these rebar sculptures are really great for vines to climb, so I started making trellises.” These trellises are great because they look like