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Mary Oros

I’m most like an abstract expressionist in that my work starts in response to a feeling. The feeling informs my visual direction at which point I start drawing the form that’s in my mind. When I’ve hit on a drawing that feels right, I’ll work it until it makes sculptural sense, and then get into my armature and materials asap. I’m a hands on designer so new directions sometimes happen as I go along, but my goal is to always maintain the immediacy and essence of the initial drawing.

I make ‘ traditional ‘ sculpture in the sense that it’s important to me that it works well in the round. I want to walk around the piece and feel a continuum, so that anywhere I pause the expression is clear.

My building process is dictated by the form and both are continually evolving. I not only design the piece, I design the process to build it.

Lift, Mary Oros, 72" x 46" x 32"

Lift

72 x 46 x 32

Swirl, Mary Oros, 64" x 34" x 34"

Swirl

64 x 34 x 34

Dust Up, Mary Oros, 38" x 21" x 34"

Dust Up

38 x 21 x 34

Neither Here Nor There, Mary Orors, 26 3/4" x 20 3/4" x 23 1/2"

Neither Here Nor There

26.75 x 20.75 x 23.5

Indigo Under Lace, Mary Oros, 60" x 60" x 46"

Indigo Under Lace

60 x 60 x 46

Inside Out, Mary Oros, 93" x 31" x 32"

Inside Out

93 x 31 x 32

Sideways Slide, Mary Oros, 25 1/2” x 30 1/2” x 29”

Sideways Slide

25.5 x 30.5 x 29

Joy Ride, Mary Oros, 39” x 24” x 22”

Joy Ride

39 x 24 x 32

Lafayette

3525 Mt Diablo Blvd.

Lafayette, CA 94549

 

Wed-Friday 1-5

Saturday 11-5

Carmel

Studio 2 Millard Building
NW corner of Dolores and 6th

 

Wed – Mon: 11–6

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