Sculpture By Stephen Kishel
Bluffton, South Carolina
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The Awesome Universe

Idea for a new wall sculpture

Two Reflections on the Future

sketching up a new sculpture design

The Promise

They all start out straight, then they go one way or the other.

Everything

Everything was my horizon. I was trying to reach it and I never could, thus I never felt real good. Every mile I traveled toward it, it traveled away. Trying to get everything done is like the horizon, unless, everything is just one thing. See this sculpture in person in Charlotte, N.C. at Camden on Clay fine art gallery

the sculptor

Drawn by Charles King of Marietta, GA

Joe Pinckney & Philip Simmons

The Painter & The Iron Worker enjoy a visit 20+ years after Joe painted Philips portrait.

Visiting with the Iron Worker in his workshop

Philip Simmons the best known Iron worker in Charleston, SC (Perhaps in the south) at his anvil with me the abstract metal sculptor. He started working at age 13 as an apprentice shoeing horses, he says the automobile almost put them out of business. He turned to making forged iron gates, fences and ornamental iron. He will be 92 soon and spent 78 years working at what he loved doing. Who would want to retire from that? Forged steel abstractions may be in my future.

Joe Pinckney beside his portrait of The Iron Worke

Oil Painting of the Mastercraftsman, creator of Charleston,SC Iron gates, fences, and over 500 decorative works.

contrasting sky

memories of the sky over the marsh in Bluffton South Carolina

A postcard View


A View thru the trees


A walk to the River

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