102 Cubism Concerto

Stop 102, Cubism Concerto by Andrew Hellmund from Minnesota

Sponsor(s): Abdo Eick & Meyers LLP & Valley News Company

According to his website, hellmundstudio.com, Hellmund strives to create sculptures from found and recycled metals that express a sense of hope, fluidity, and power, while fostering and supporting community. This sculpture focuses on movement influenced by Lindy Hop, Jazz, and Cubism. The work is directly inspired by the Modernist sculptors of the 1970s, cubist sculpture, and works of Sir Anthony Caro and Peter Hide. Hellmund’s work is also strongly influenced by the surrounding community, including many mentors, friends, and other artists whose energy and willingness to share skills and time has contributed to so much learning!