Principally concerned with abstract figuration in his work, the pursuit and capture of a momentary gesture in a static object continues to be an animating and potent challenge. This is informed by the artist’s explorations of body morphologies, industrial and architectural composition, classical notions of representation of the figure, and a view of the body and its possibilities as landscape.
A frequent motif in his design ecology is the inclusion of industrial shapes and fittings. Blending these elements with free-form fabrication has widened the opportunities in his formal language, creating a nexus between the artist’s academic and trade backgrounds.
Andrew Light is a Sculptor, based in Lexington, KY.
In exhibiting his work throughout the United States, and in the United Kingdom, Mr. Light has numerous original works held in rotating exhibitions, Museum, Municipal, and Private collections.
An academically trained artist with a principal focus in fabricated metal sculpture. Mr. Light also has extensive experience in industry, having worked in several skilled trades. Concurrent with his formal education he apprenticed as an Iron Worker and has served as studio assistant to prominent American Sculptors, Mr. John Henry, in Chattanooga, TN, and Mr. Richard Hunt in Chicago, IL.
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