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Sculpture by William Freer

William Freer is a New Mexico abstract artist whose contemporary metal and framed paper sculptures are the centerpiece of indoor and outdoor collections. He uses lines, arcs and other geometric forms in his monochromatic paper sculptures. Because they're shadow-based, the framed pieces love the changing light in any room.

William Freer's modern steel and bronze sculptures are also intensified by sun or artificial light. They range in size from table-top to monumental work, in many layers of metal which are cut with geometric or emblematic shapes. Highly symbolic, they often evoke ancient cultures or past art movements like Art Deco, but are contemporary in tone, inviting conversation.


You'll find William Freer's work at this fine gallery:

Water Street Gallery
98 Center Street • Douglas, MI 49406 • 269-857-8485

In addition, he collaborates with Howard Meehan in the creation of large-scale, site-specific public sculpture.