Winter - By Timothy Hochstetter
Despite the frozen metal landscape of its hollow, nest-like form, "Winter" miraculously seems to support a life of its own. Blue glass shoots emerge from the seemingly barren soil, reaching upwards in a motion of rejuvenation. Hochstetter's unique work contrasts notions of life and death, rebirth and decay in a work that is confidently hopeful.
Abstract, Glass, Metal
48 inches tall
19 inches long
16 inches wide
Inflated Stainless Steel, Blown Glass, Copper