When I began creating Mesa
I did not have any representational intentions. It was an
exploration of organic and geometric curvilinear forms. As I
assembled the sections, the narrow, irregularly-curved gaps
between the upright sections reminded me of slot canyons in
southern Utah. I let that notion influence the rest of the
process, inspiring a rock-like form perched on top of the
uprights. I used a brown patina on the aluminum to suggest the
color of the red rock of Utah.
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