Lightness

Acrylic paint on formed wood panel.

Weathervane

Welded aluminum.

Still Mind

Acrylic paint and oil stick on 2 formed Birch plywood panels.

Reflections

pastel, paint and gold leaf on 6 formed wood panels 2006      72″ high, 54″ wide, 6″ deep

Lake Effect I and II

Acrylic paint on formed  plywood panels.         2013.     47″ high, 45″ wide, 3″ deep  each panel

Wedding Canopy

Bamboo, silk, paint. Maui. 2006.  

Double Portrait

stainless steel cloth, photos on fabric, rope, buckram 21″ high, 23″ wide, 6″ deep. 2005.

Studio installation

“Philip Livingston’s sculptures are haiku in visual form — distinct, beautiful, and elegant.” —Sculpture Magazine, March, 2005

Exhibition at Goshen College

Art Gallery, 2003 bamboo, rope, aluminum, buckrum    

Gallery view, one person exhibition, Goshen College

Like the sails on a boat, Breath, 15 Cones waits expectantly for a gust of wind. The tensile strength of steel wire and aluminum—suspending lightweight bamboo or scrim—is disorienting, as well as perceptually engaging and exhilarating. Livingston defines space through the absense of mass. Space has been parcelled and collected…made visible with exotic shadows, soft […]