individual forms and characters that reflect the mood of the artist. Acid etching contrast of shine and rust add depth and dynamism to the work,
suggesting skies, clouds, and the vast expanses of the Arizona landscape. Light plays on the layered surfaces, to add even more possibilities.
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"Architecture I"
16" x 12"
Welded Steel
$ 950
"Architecture II"
16" x 12"
Welded Steel
$ 950
"Architecture III"
16" x 12"
Welded Steel
$ 950
"Architecture IV"
16" x 12"
Welded Steel
$ 950
"Let's Get the Team Together
Please"
20" x 46"
Welded Steel
$ 3,300
"Gentle Women"
33" x 19"
Welded Steel
$ 2,200
"A Glance at the Stars"
34" x 16"
Welded Steel
$ 1,900
"We're on the Right Path"
34" x 36"
Welded Steel
$ 3,650
"A Night at the Theatre"
38" x 29"
Welded Steel
$ 2,900
"Are You Sure This is the Right
River?"
23" x 24"
Welded Steel
$ 2,000
"What a Waterfall"
54" x 12"
Welded Steel
$ 2,650
"At the Waterfalls"
48" x 17"
Welded Steel
$ 3,200
"I Think We Are All in Agreeement"
17" x 48"
Welded Steel
$ 3,000
"I Think We Will Keep This One"
18" x 34"
Welded Steel
$ 2,250
Rick Stewart discovered welding while attending an art appreciation class at the Phoenix College. Although music
was his focus and passion, he chose to create a toy truck at his brother’s welding shop when requested to bring to
class something that displayed his interests. Since then, he’s never looked back: today his work is held in many
private collections in Europe and The United States. Rick’s art has evolved from realistic to southwestern, Native
Born from strong geometric patterns, curves and angles that find their natural flow from being layered together, his
work creates a strong three-dimensional effect, even in his wall pieces. While working, Rick listens to music and tells
himself stories as he begins each sculpture. Assembling pre-cut pieces of steel, he organizes their placement until
shapes and forms slowly evolve that pleases his eyes and the feeling of the moment. Rick tells his story with
childlike simplicity, generosity, and love. His “Little People” - the figures adorning most of his pieces, are worked with
torch and tool while the metal is melting. Made one by one from welding rods of various thicknesses, the pieces have
"I Think We Should Go Back to the Party "
19" x 30"
Welded Steel
$ 2,250
"You Know What? I Think We Are
at the Right Place"
30" x 24"
Welded Steel
$ 2,200
"Getting Ahead"
54" x 7"
Welded Steel
$ 1,600