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“Astride-Aside” ~ South Pasadena

9:59 AM PDT on April 30, 2007

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"Astride-Aside" is a 10-foot sculpture at the entrace of the Mission Street Station in Pasadena made of sheared, annealed strips of bronze that have been welded together. The artist is Michael Stutz.

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Artist's statement: "The daily ebb and flow of life reveals a drama accentuated in my work. Using organic forms, I explore the dichotomies between permanent and impermanent, public and private, external and internal, to create an intimate and humane ideal. Light plays through the latticed forms of the woven sculptures, blending line, movement, time and the body. Focused, hand-wrought, craftsmanship, reveals a yielding openness, that invites viewer interaction."

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http://www.stutzart.com

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