TITLE: Burst

LOCATION: Sheridan/Sheffield and Dakin

SIZE: 10’ x 22” x 22”

MATERIALS: Recycled Steel

SPONSOR: East Lake View Neighbors

For Dusty Folwarczny the salvaged steel ring is not a signature medium but a lexicon. Folwarczny uses the image over and over, each time with new and beautiful meaning; writing and rewriting poetry with her limited alphabet. Folwarczny, a Truman State educated artist whose father owned a steel company, has worked with salvaged steel for many years.

Her newest work, “Burst” tells a story that is nuclear. It is atomic. It’s a solar hot, static work of curving steel. The piece combines rings of various size and shape to create another solid, industrial, attractive work by the Chicago based artist.

YEARS EXHIBITED: 2012, 2011, 2010, 2009


Above photo shows selected year in exhibit
(Thumbnails show other years)