Sculpture By Stephen Kishel
Bluffton, South Carolina
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Coral Sculpture

This abstract aluminum sculpture looks like a large coral reef.

Bird in Hand

This rusty steel abstract sculpture was created in 2008. Many of my sculptures start with a sketch; however this one is more of happenings. The hardest part of one like this is getting started, but the most important thing is knowing when it is done. I know it may not be everyones cup of tea (Abstract Sculpture) but it is my hope that I can make everyone smile when they see it! Abstract Metal Sculpture should be enjoyable.

Artworks Gallery of Beaufort, SC

Visit Historic Beaufort South Carolina See the group show September 4-30, 2009.

Minimalism and Figurative

These Mirror finish stainless sculptures were created a couple of years ago for an insurance company is Southern California.

Sparks fly when your Grinding Steel

Ray Lee is making sparks fly, as he cleans up my welds on a new figurative metal garden sculpture. Ray has his own landscape business, "Ray of Sunshine" here in the low country, and he is glad to pitch in and help in the artstudio when I need his help. He also cares for my sculpture garden, "Palmetto Oaks".

The Sculptors Apprentice

Doug Crabtree moved to the low Country from Naples Florida and found his dream job, well he does not think of it as a job at all. He is enjoying every minute.

Sea Life and Spontinaeity

Spontinaeity28x33x80 tall Orange Powder coated Aluminum This colorful abstract sculpture is intended to portray the freedom an artist would have in a world without gravity. We could paint a 3D image in the air; spontaneity arises from my imagination with an effortless spontaneous expression. While metal working is anything but effortless, I have become one with my material, and worked with the material to create a sculpture that gives the viewer an airy weightless feeling. Spontinaeity has been a popular request for public sculpture gardens

Defying Gravity two

Sometimes art collectors like works that are sold and ask me to recreate them. Other times they like a work that is currently available but would perfer it be made from a different material or a larger size. The latter is the case with defying gravity two. The original was made out of very heavy steel and this commission was created out of .25" thick aluminum so it could be shipped to Canada.

The rainforest fountain

This project is a water feature for a sculpture park. The park is being created to provide the residence of a highrise community a place to relax and collect their thoughts. Art and the sound of falling water, along with green plants are key elements in renewing and refreshing the soul. Water fountians are easy, the hard part is to make them low maintence. When we bought our house it came with the high maintence type, so I knew a thing or two before I took on this commission. So far no complaints, in fact they gave me three more commissions this year (3 years later).

The Focus and the Distraction

A serious work in progress, about a subject that is taken far to lightly

Visionary Live Oak

Surrealism has a softer side

Swamp Art

Herman Leonhardt one of the artist who display at the S.C. artisians Center in Walterboro, SC.
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