Maving Metal How Gasey Parlette Captures the Fluidity of Life

Sanz, Betsy
June 2013
Anvil's Ring;Summer2013, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p36
The article offers brief profile of sculptor Casey Parlette and informs about his art works. It informs that Parlette tries to tell the story of the natural world as he observes everyday through his sculptural work. It mentions that he chooses natural materials that have inherent patterning, texture and color that helps reflect those of his subjects.


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