Live brick sculpture of Brad Spencer
• Living brick sculpture of Brad Spencer
Integration of sculpture in architecture has always intrigued Brad Spencer. Sculptors have always found ways to create stunning works of art from all sorts of materials. Here Spencer and I learned to turn ordinary brickwork in the amazing sculptures.
"Art in the open air," the bench in Cary, North Carolina
master of sculpture on display in the streets and available for everyone to view. Viewers left wondering how it is possible to make such products from conventional brick.
"Life - an open book," Charlotte, NC
Sculptor burn bricks at a temperature of about 1000 degrees Celsius, and then one of them and the mortar collects its original sculptures.
"Building Society", Winston-Salem, NC
The first sculpture of bricks were made in ancient Babylon. A striking example - the Ishtar Gate.
Spencer believes that being a folk sculptor - a lofty goal and a huge responsibility.
"I'll meet you in the square," Reidsville, NC
Most Spencer likes to create three-dimensional sculptures: they expand people's perceptions of what is possible to make out of the ordinary and of the cold brick.