Sculpture

“Louis”

Thanks to our contributors on Kickstarter and our Featured Public Project Award from Artprize, support from Colgate University, the Artprize staff, our crew and friends, Louis rose on Calder Plaza for three weeks last fall. Viewer response was enthusiastic, and we received some media attention and Mark Styrker of the Detroit Free Press described Louis as the “Best Sculpture”  of the citywide event. 


“Odin” recognized by Codaworx and Interior Design Magazine, new projects in Seattle and Cambridge

“Odin” a collaboration between myself, Daniel Bosia and team at AKT II, Tomaz Pisanski and Tom Tucker, supported by the Picker Interdisciplinary Science Institute at Colgate University was just recognized with a merit award in the Education Category of the 2015 Coda Awards, administered by Codaworx and Interior Design Magazine. “Odin” interior detail “Capital” a […]


“Odin and The Spaces of Computational Design and Fabrication: Abstract Mathematics, Virtual Geometries and Physical Manifestations”

Opening Reception and Keynote, April 24th, 600 – 800 p.m., Colgate University, Meyerhoff Auditorium, 101 Ho Science Center Symposium, April 25th, 830 am – 415 pm, Colgate University, Meyerhoff Auditorium, 101 Ho Science Center; Full Schedule Keynote Speaker: Gregory Epps, Robofold, London  Panelists: Gregory Epps, Robofold , London; Marc Fornes, Architect, theverymany , New York; […]


“The Gravity of Sculpture: Part II” curated by Saul Ostrow at the Dorsky Gallery, May 5 – July 3, 2013

By the late 1970s, the term “sculpture” had come to include all manner of events (actions and performances), materials (plastics, resins, rubbers, etc.), media (photography, film, video and electronics) and modes of presentation (site-specific installations, street works, documentation, etc.). “Sculpture” as a term had been transformed into the catchall and as a discipline it no […]


“Layman” installed for “Space Invaders” at the Lehman College Art Gallery; October 2, 2012 – January 9, 2013; Installation extended through May 2014

Installed at the lower entrance of the Marcel Breuer designed Lehman College Fine Art Building for “Space Invaders” organized by guest curator Karin Bravin, featuring the work of eighteen artists who make use of the unique spaces at Lehman College—both inside the galleries and outside the building. Using the walls, the ceiling, the floor, or […]


“Lincoln” installed at the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, July 2012

Lincoln, is composed of eighty cylinders of various sizes and shapes piled onto one another. This low-lying, horizontal sculpture, made specifically for the Sculpture Park’s front lawn, mimics the gentle curves of the deCordova landscape and encourages visitors to pass through and explore what’s on the other side. Godfrey describes his steel sculptures as buttresses […]


Lexington: Concordia installed, dedication July 31st, 5:30 pm at the Downtown Art Center

  Want to see Lexington’s newest piece of public art? Drive down Main Street to the Downtown Arts Center — and look up. Sitting on the roof of the old Lexington Laundry Co., an early 20th-century art deco building, is a stack of 15 giant steel cylinders. They lean against a taller wall next door, […]


Frederik Meijer Garden and Sculpture Park – Buttress

“Buttress” 2010 Corten Steel and Bolts 18′ x 62′ x 10′ Installed for New Forces, New Forms: Sculpture Today on view through April 2012, World renowned for its collections and exhibition program of Modern and Contemporary sculpture, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park will be hosting its premier invitational exhibition of work by emerging sculptors. […]


Kennedy Art Museum – Buttress

“Buttress” 2010 Corten Steel and Bolts 45′ x 33′ x 10′


Public Art: Moving Site — Cambridge, MA; New Haven, CT; Bellows Falls, VT

“Pamplona” 2006 Corten Steel and Bolts Dimensions Variable Installed for Public Art Moving Site, January – May 2006, Cafe Pamplona, Cambridge MA; New Haven, CT; RAMP, Bellows Falls, VT  


Fields Sculpture Park – Picker

“Picker Sculpture” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable Installed July 2005, on extended loan, the Fields Sculpture Park, Art Omi International, Ghent, New York


Albright-Knox Art Gallery – Picker

“Picker Sculpture” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable May – July 2005, in Beyond/In Western New York Albright Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York  


Black and White Gallery – Picker

“Picker Sculpture” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable September – November 2004, Black and White Gallery, Brooklyn, New York, photo credit: all Zhotograph


Colgate University – Picker

“Picker Sculpture” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable June – July 2004, Dana Arts Center, Colgate University, Hamilton, New York


Mt. Holyoke College – Driggs

“Driggs Sculpture” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable October 2003 – October 2005


Amherst College – Driggs

“Driggs” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable January – February 2003, Eli Marsh Gallery, Amherst College, Amherst, Massachusetts


Black and White Gallery – Driggs

“Driggs Sculpture” Cor-ten Steel Dimensions Variable November – December 2002 View looking west, November Photo cr:    Herman Feldhaus  


Europos

“Europos” Painted Steel 312” x 234” x 80” Installed August 2002, collection Europos Parkas, Vilnius, Lithuania


Socrates

“Socrates” 2000 Corten Steel and Bolts 28’L x 24’W x 6’H


Chile

“Escultura Empresarial” Steel and Bolts 180” x 180” x 30” Installed November 2000, collection of Ciduad Empresarial, Santiago, Chile


CAM

From “DeWitt Godfrey: A Sculpture and Two Drawings” Contemporary Art Museum, Houston, Texas, April 24 – June 14, 1998; The publication DeWitt Godfrey: A Sculpture and Two Drawings [Perspectives 108] documents the installation of a monumental site-specific construction created by New York artist DeWitt Godfrey specifically for the Museum’s Perspectives Gallery. The massive 4,500-pound Contemporary […]


Large Scale Drawing, Installations


Steel


Stone