Rob Zane

RIo Grande



I've been working with my hands and creating things my entire life. I've built many functional objects and fixed countless broken things throughout the years, often leading me to get creative with the scraps left over. The urge to make new things and chase the visions in my head has been an ever present force in my life and it's lead me to being the artist I am today.



What I love about working with wood and metal is that they both present their own challenges and require their own techniques. I usually have a rough vision in my head before I start on a piece, however in the process of getting there my hands are able to impart changes and ideas through the physical working of the raw materials. Recently I've been incorporating masonry nails and plywood into my sculptures both of which are building materials made to serve a purpose and generally be out of sight. I love being able to transform them into striking pieces of art meant to be seen in a new light. I find this transformative process inspiring in addition to my fondness for architecture and the infrastructure that surrounds me in the everyday world.

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June 4-6, 2021
September 17-19, 2021
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