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Steve Tobin is a sculptor working in glass, bronze, steel and clay. His art has appeared in major museums and collections around the world and has been featured.
Steve Tobin is a sculptor working in glass, bronze, steel and clay.
Steve Tobin (born 1957, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American sculptor. Much of his work draws inspiration from nature, and the Christian Science Monitor has described his sculptures as "monuments to the meeting of science and art"
Steve Tobin (born 1957, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American sculptor. Much of his work draws inspiration from nature, and the Christian Science Monitor has described his sculptures as "monuments to the meeting of science and art". He studied theoretical mathematics at Tulane University, graduating with a . in 1979, and works from a studio/foundry in Bucks County, Pennsylvania
Steve Tobin: Earth bronzes.
Steve Tobin: Earth bronzes. Select Format: Hardcover. ISBN13:9780966285406. Release Date:January 1998.
Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, United States of America. In 2002, the Page Museum in Los Angeles gave an exhibition of his work titled "Tobin"s Naked Earth: Nature as Sculpture", beside the Louisiana Brea Tar Pits. The show included the termite mound castings, a metal casting of the root system of a tree, and a sculpture fashioned from bone marrow.
Steve Tobin (b. 1957) From a series of Squeeze bronzes created by Tobin in the late 1990s. A patinated and painted bronze sculpture mounted on an aged, charred integral wooden plinth. Signed Tobin under plinth. Measures: Height ca. 11 1/2 in. Tobin is one of America's important living sculptors. He lives and works in Bucks County, Pennsylvania. His work is held widely in private and major public collections, including the American Craft Museum, the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the American Glass Museum, and the Musee des Arts Decoratifs in Switzerland.
Steve Tobin, Earth Bronze series. Photo by Ken Ek. Steve Tobin, Bang Pots series. Annie Dillard‘s Pilgrim at Tinker Creek, a landmark ’70s environmental book, mirrors nature’s power through specific observation; like Dillard, Steve Tobin directs our attention to natural phenomenon that we take for granted or ignore altogether. Tobin’s Steelroots, Bronze Roots, and Sumi Ink Drawing series parallel Dillard’s awe of growing trees. Dillard speaks of how Root tips thrust and squirm between the particles of soil, probing minutely; from their roving, burgeoning tissues spring infinitesimal root hairs, transparent and hollow, which affix themselves to specks of grit and sip.
Steve Tobin Paintings, The Banana Factory; Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. Earth Bronzes, Florida International University; Miami, Florida, permanent. Earth Bronzes and New Nature, Coastal Maine Botanical Gardens; Boothbay, Maine. 2002 Tobinʼs Naked Earth, George C. Page Museum, La Brea Tar Pits; Los Angeles, California (2002-2003). Tobinʼs Naked Earth, Los Angeles County Museum of Natural History; LosAngeles, California (2002-2003). Lantern House, George Eastman House; Rochester, New York.
View Steve Tobin biographical information, artworks upcoming at auction, and sale prices from our price archives. STEVE TOBIN; Large blown glass and patinated steel. STEVE TOBIN Bronze maquette for ''Trinity Root''. STEVE TOBIN Cocoon sculpture of blown glass, Steve Tobin Related Content. Steve Tobin Sold at Auction. Steve Tobin Related Content. STEVE TOBIN; Glazed ceramic and glass Exploded. STEVE TOBIN; Patinated bronze maquette ''Trinity.
Steve Tobin's Natural History book. Blown-glass Cocoons, cast-glass Doors, luminous Waterglass, recent Shelters and Earth Bronzes (including African Termite Hills, Bone sculptures, and signature Roots) and his provocative new Exploded Clay are explored.
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