Motion in Art
Stan Socha and Jim Wolnosky
When everything goes right, a mobile is a piece of poetry that dances with the joy of life and surprises… - Alexander Calder
Thanks to Alexander Calder the mobile has evolved into a sculpture in motion.
Many of us became familiar with mobiles at an extremely early age, having gazed in wide-eyed, drooling wonder while they floated over our wee heads, as we lay in cribs. We continue to be fascinated by the random movements of forms floating in space.
The most striking feature of the mobile is that, unlike traditional sculpture, it achieves its artistic effect through movement; it is the most familiar form of kinetic art. It is at best an artistic ensemble of balanced parts capable of motion and suspended freely in space.
The kinetic works by Stan Socha and Jim Wolnosky will be featured for the Labor Day Weekend. Each artist creates movement through a variety of materials and forms. From brightly colored steel shapes to whirling forms of stainless steel the dancing works of art are sure to engage viewers.
Enjoy a 10% holiday discount on all kinetic sculptures.