Richard Sturgeon

Sculpture by Richard Sturgeon

“Resilience” by Richard Sturgeon

Richard Sturgeon
Metal In Fusion
538 Adelaide St. N.
N6B 3J4
(enter at 630 ½ Lorne Ave.)
519 318-8078
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Flowing lines, motion and balance define form and space in the sculpture of Richard Sturgeon, exploring symbiotic connections, meditations and existential reflections. Miniatures to large-scale installations in stainless steel and steel are accented with found objects, copper, stone, bronze, bones and wood and can be found in private and public collections internationally.

“The essence of my work lies in breaking form into its most basic and necessary lines, revealing the purist of attitudes and emotions of a sculpture,” says Richard. “I take much of my inspiration from nature. But more than the obvious (the land, the sky and the water), I’m interested in representing natural movement, cycles, rhythms and patterns in three dimensions.”