We are captivated by Dale Dziwenka‘s newest sculptures in the gallery. A combination of wood, metal and stone, Dale’s pieces are abstractions reflecting aspects of life, hope, and humanity. As a practicing landscape designer and sculptor, Dale integrates his sculptural abilities into the gardens he creates, and has simultaneously applied his knowledge and appreciation of nature into his sculpture. Dale views his work as a journey of discovery, a sharing of energy, and upon completion, a brief expression of our existence:

“My sculptures may be based on relationships, the connectivity of all things, and ultimately, life’s ability not only to find balance in this constant state of flux, but to endure.”

Pictured right:
Wish I Was Sailin’ Again, fir, stone, & steel, 20″ high

View all Dale’s newest arrivals into the gallery on his artist’s page.