The Guide is formed from speculating about the complex interconnections between industrial remnants, architecture, the environment, and people. Industrial tanks and architectural relics become vessels, like pottery, that contain potential. Guide asks the viewer to contemplate the vastness of where we are in time and space, right from where we are in time, in place.

[Part of City for All]

Wsol has exhibited in New York, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Chicago, and Miami, among other cities. He currently completed commissions for the City of Tifton Georgia Public Art Program and the City of Charleston South Carolina Parks Conservancy. His most recent exhibitions are at the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University, Appalachian State University, The Atlanta Beltline, City of Alpharetta Georgia, and Eastern Illinois University. He earned a Master of Architecture degree from The University of Virginia, a Master of Fine Arts degree in sculpture from The University of Georgia, a Master of Art in sculpture and a Bachelor of Art in sculpture from Eastern Illinois University.