THE CAST AND FABRICATED METAL OBJECT: 6 MONTHS IN REVIEW


  • Chicago Industrial Arts & Design Center 6433 North Ravenswood Avenue Chicago, IL, 60626 United States

Metal is a historically significant material that has been used to create permanent functional, sculptural, and decorative objects for millennia. The metal casting and metal fabrication processes are two different approaches to creating 3D works. Casting involves mold making and pouring molten metal into the mold cavities, while fabrication is an additive process of cutting, shaping, and joining pieces.

Showcasing the talent of our growing Member community, this group show features a selection of cast and fabricated metal objects created at CIADC during our first months of operation. 

Featuring works by:

David Curry
Alan Gelman
Emily McCormick
Peter Mikalajunas
Dan O'Brien
Jeffrey Visotsky