Rusty Scruby defines his work as sculpture but he exchanges ideas between math, music and art to create a common language to unite the three. He uses a series of repetitious photographs (or drawings or sheets of plastic) that he cuts, folds and weaves to create highly textured wall sculpture. He employs his engineering techniques to render surfaces that represent waves, ripples or bodies of water. Color, pattern and images are used to express musical harmonies, melodies and themes. This exhibit will feature his latest development; totally three dimensional sculpture that will be suspended from the gallery ceilings.
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