STONEY LAMAR

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STONEY  LAMAR

Stoney Lamar's sculptures explore the natural movement, balance and tension of asymmetrical wood forms combined with steel accents. A multiple axis approach has allowed him to draw from a wider range of influences and to develop a more personal imagery and narrative.

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STONEY  LAMAR Origami Prints

Origami Prints - sold individually
- Ash, steel and milk paint
20 x 36-50 in
$ 3,000.00


STONEY  LAMAR Origami Prints
Origami Prints - sold individually
Ash, steel and milk paint  
20 x 36-50 in
$3,000
STONEY  LAMAR Assisted Inversion
Assisted Inversion
Walnut, steel, milk paint  
88 x 21 x 16 in
$22,000
STONEY  LAMAR Landscape Series No.2
Landscape Series No.2
Ash, milk paint and steel  
15-1/2 x 8 x 2-3/4 in
$2,800
STONEY  LAMAR Landscape Series No.3
Landscape Series No.3
Ash, milk paint and steel  
15-1/2 x 8 x 2-3/4 in
$2,800
STONEY  LAMAR Landscape Series No.4
Landscape Series No.4
Ash, milk paint and steel  
15-1/2 x 8 x 2-3/4 in
$2,800
STONEY  LAMAR Sea Grass
Sea Grass
White oak, steel and milk paint  
81 x 16 x 10 in
$24,000

STONEY  LAMAR

STONEY LAMAR

STONEY LAMAR Biography

Few who treat the lathe as a carving tool do so with the skill of Stoney Lamar. His sculptures explore the natural movement, balance and tension of asymmetrical wood forms combined with steel accents. A multiple axis approach has allowed him to draw from a wider range of influences and to develop a more personal imagery and narrative.

Lamar received his BS degree from Appalachian State University (NC). He has exhibited at Berman Museum of Art (PA), the Minnesota Museum of American Art and the Smithsonian Craft Show (DC). His work is in the collections of the High Museum of Art (GA), the Museum of Arts and Design (NY), the Renwick Gallery of the Smithsonian American Art Museum (DC), the Los Angeles County Museum of Craft and Folk Art (CA), the Mint Museum of Craft and Design (NC) and the Huntsville Museum of Art (AL). Stoney currently works from his studio in North Carolina.

STONEY LAMAR Statement

“The work begins as a relationship I have established with a particular piece of wood and how its characteristics will interplay with my intentions and my emerging technical and conceptual vocabulary. As I adjust the work’s axis and continue turning, new challenges and possibilities are constantly presented.”

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