ANDREW HAYES

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ANDREW  HAYES

Andrew Hayes transforms the book into a seductive sculptural object. His sculptures are a curious mix of elements: hard, cold steel combined with soft patterned book edges creating rustic yet graceful objects.

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ANDREW  HAYES Kedge

Pavan
- Steel, book paper, and paint
8 x 7 x 3 in


ANDREW  HAYES Kedge
Pavan
Steel, book paper, and paint  
8 x 7 x 3 in
Call For Price
ANDREW  HAYES Kedge
Brace
Steel, book paper, paint, and bronze  
13 x 7 x 5 in
Call For Price
ANDREW  HAYES Distinction No.1
Distinction No.1
Steel and paper  
20 x 3-1/2 x 5-1/2 in
$2,000
ANDREW  HAYES Distinction No.2
Distinction No.2
Steel and paper  
27 x 6 x 3-1/2 in
$2,000
ANDREW  HAYES Distinction No.3
Distinction No.3
Steel and paper  
17 x 10 x 3 in
$2,500
ANDREW  HAYES Distinction No.5
Distinction No.5
Steel and paper  
5 x 43 x 3 in
$2,500
ANDREW  HAYES Kedge
Claro
Steel, book paper, and paint  
10 x 12 x 4 in
Sold
ANDREW  HAYES Flint
Flint
Steel and book pages  
6.5 x 4 x 3 in
Sold

ANDREW  HAYES

ANDREW HAYES

ANDREW HAYES Biography

Andrew Hayes’ sculptures are a curious mix of elements. Hard, cold steel combines with patterned book edges to create rustic yet graceful objects.

Hayes received his BA degree from Northern Arizona University and studied at the University of South Carolina. He was also a Core Fellowship Student at Penland School of Crafts (NC). His work has been exhibited extensively in Arizona, Oregon and North Carolina.

Andrew currently works from his studio in Western North Carolina.

ANDREW HAYES Statement

“My Dad was a welder in a copper mine, and worked with steel at home. As a child I distanced myself from the abrasive noise and heat he produced. During my undergraduate studies I was drawn to working with steel and eventually worked in the industry for two years. That period of time allowed me to refine skills and put my work ethic to the test. Working in steel, a material that has a sense of permanence and strength, my goal is to take these properties and manipulate the form and surface to achieve a soft quietness.”

 

 

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