Works by Jason Sweet

"From Home"     32" x 32" x 5"     Welded steel, enamel paint, patina

“From Home”
32″ x 32″ x 5″
Welded steel, enamel paint, patina

"Comp 3 & 4"      32" x 32" x 2"      Welded Steel, enamel paint, patina

“Comp 3 & 4”
32″ x 32″ x 2″
Welded Steel, enamel paint, patina

"Organic Produce"      18" x 24"      Pencil drawing and Georgia clay

“Organic Produce”
18″ x 24″
Pencil drawing and Georgia clay

"Cast Under"       60" x 38" x 12"       Welded Steel, enamel paint, patina

“Cast Under”
60″ x 38″ x 12″
Welded Steel, enamel paint, patina

"John Woolman's Gift"       Mixed media installation

“John Woolman’s Gift”
Mixed media installation

"No Puede Hacer Anoche"        Performance art piece

“No Puede Hacer Anoche”
Performance art piece

"Architectural and Environmental Symposium"      Public Art Commission monumental scale       Commercial Bronze

“Architectural and Environmental Symposium”
Public Art Commission monumental scale
Commercial Bronze

 

“Sigoa!” at 2009 annual international performance art series at Vertigo.

ARTIST STATEMENT

 Aspects of art I create is a genuine reflection of my interest in conceptual and/or formal notions in art making. By using conceptual matter and formal matter as a vehicle, my body of work attempts to balance contrasting elements be it through materials, design and/or subject matter.

   BIO

Jason Sweet Jason Sweet is a sculptor, painter, drawer, performance and installation artist.  He has exhibited his work internationally and has been awarded a number of public art commissions.  Sweet is Assistant Professor of Art and serves as Department Chair of Fine Arts at Atlanta Metropolitan State College.  He received his Master of Fine Art Degree in Sculpture from the University of Illinois Urbana/Champaign where he studied under renowned glass artist William Carlson and artist/critic Buzz Spector.  For his Bachelor of Arts he attended the University of Northern Iowa studying under the direction of sculptor Tom Stancliffe.  In 2001 he moved to Atlanta of which he currently resides.

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One Comment on “Works by Jason Sweet”

  1. March 1, 2014 at 11:30 am #

    Beautiful works

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