Archive for the ‘Dance’ Category

Drawing w/ Steel: My 3D Sketchbook is now online @ Artinjection

  Steel wire has been my primary drawing medium for nearly three decades. Its mix of resistance and pliability allows me to easily generate the sketches on which I base my larger works. My improvisational technique has become so refined over time, however, that the majority of my new maquettes are fully formed as is. […]

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Cantrell, NEW portrait of a dancer (steel wire, 14″h)

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Moving Portraits~CHOREOGRAPHED Sculpture

“Is that a dancer?” is a query I hear more than any other from people who have just discovered my work. So the idea of sculpting directly from this alleged kinetic source has intrigued me for years. Two recent (separate) riveting performances by noted NYC dancer-choreographers Annmaria Mazzini & Robin Cantrell inspired me to finally do just […]

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Elegant Mechanics

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Portraits by ballerina Mary Jane Ward and Times photographer Librado Romero

The painter (and New York Times photographer) Librado Romero snapped this photo a few months ago. I am now the proud owner of one of Lee’s abstract paintings, for which I traded one of my silver sculptures! The pen & ink drawing is by my favorite multifaceted New York artist (dancer-painter-writer-model-actor-seer-muse…) Mary Jane Ward;

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sandingSandingSANDING…

One day this summer while belaying my rock climbing partner Alex, my left foot brushed up against a little piece of bark. Suddenly I was back at elementary school recess, sitting on the sidewalk rubbing bark against the pavement. What a rewarding feeling, creating smooth edges by the simple act of leaning on cement. What!?! […]

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NYC Debut of sub-Rosa, Multi-media Dance Collaboration with Cheronne Wong

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Sculpture Dance – Summer 2007

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