A cloud-like tunnel of fabricated steel, Smith’s sculpture works as a study on perspective. From a distance, the brightly colored structure becomes an abstraction of the environment it rests in, but upon closer inspection the viewer is invited inside to see the world through the sculpture’s neon filter.

Jason Smith is an artist blacksmith living and working in Decatur, GA. Born and raised in South Carolina, Jason studied Fine Arts at the Corcoran College of Art and Design in Washington, D.C. Since 2000, Jason has made his living as an ornamental metal worker, establishing his own studio, Smithworks Iron & Design, in 2006. His work is influenced by Martin Puryear, Tony Craig, and Richard Deacon.