Two striking steel triangles painted in royal blue—in different sizes; their centers cut-out triangles stand beside one another in this new outdoor sculpture by Canadian artist Fraser Radford. Radford works in multiple disciplines including film, photography, paint and sculpture. The simple shapes of this piece were inspired by forms found in nature.
“I drew a triangle on a piece of graph paper, then out of curiosity, erased a small section, and bingo! A new idea was born!” Fraser Radford
He has an Honours Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Queen’s University, a Fine Arts diploma from St. Lawrence College and a post graduate certificate in Studio Process Advancement from the Haliburton School of the Arts. His work is represented by numerous galleries across Ontario and held in private collections in North America, the UK, Australia and New Zealand.