Sculptures Made from Stainless Steel Ribbons by Gil Bruvel

May 30th, 2013

Gil Bruvel a Texas based artist, is the creator of these remarkable stainless steel sculptures. Though I’m not sure exactly how these are made, it appears that he molds the shape initially using clay or a plaster and then casts the form in stainless steel.

…with each ribbon, the eye bends, curves, assembles, deforms, and traces the edges of each subject. The ribbons direct my emotions and creative flow with a force like I have never felt before. The smaller ones are subtle-the larger ones are essential, but they all flow together to create one being. The multiple patterns of the lines effectively illustrate the multifaceted parts of what makes us human.

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Posted by on 05/30/13 in Art

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  1. Kevin says:

    These are wild! It would be interesting to see them under some really dramatic lighting.

  2. john Almaguer says:

    I work at a foundry in Bastrop,tx currently working on a piece called not knowing I think it’s ur piece,not sure it’s very interesting and fun . Hope u will like it when I get done.

  3. Ed diego says:

    Are you still creating these? Very interested. Can be reached at 3232287904

  4. Choudhary says:

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