Artworks
copper, beads
31 1/2" X 38 3/4"
2013
copper
14" X 14" x 5"
2010
copper
copper
7" X 3"
2009
copper
14"
2009
copper
2009
copper
2009
copper
2011
copper
4' X 2'
2012

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  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Decavesica
    Decavesica is the tenth in the Vesica series. Ten overlapping vesicas (pointed ovals, loosely speaking) of different sizes can be counted in the central section. 
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesicritter
  • Like almost all my Vesicas, this one was unplanned, evolving as I worked....and it evolved right out of being a pointed oval.  At least it's consistent with the mostly aquatic them of Vesica - another accident.
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesicapsule
    Vesicapsule is 20" long.
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesicolor
    Vesicolor is 20" long, part of the Vesica series of copper wall sculptures named for their pointed oval shape. My metal work integrates textile, knotting and basketry techniques, using no solder, adhesives or hardware for attachment.
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesica trimetalia
    12" long.  Strips of copper pipe, cut and shaped; copper, brass and silver wire.  Third in the Vesica series of wall sculptures integrating textile techniques with metal, employing no solder, rivets or other adhesives.
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesicolor
    Vesicolor is 20" long, part of the Vesica series of copper wall sculptures named for their pointed oval shape. My work integrates textile and basketry techniques with metal; I use no solder or rivets.
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesicarp
    Vesicarp is 14", and the second in the Vesica series, named for the pointed oval shape they share. 
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Vesicanoe
    Copper sheet, strips and wire.   Strips are from old pipe, cut up and hammered flat.  Wire is recycled electrical wire.
  • Kristi Silber updated the Artwork Watershed
    Braided and knotted metal wire and beads with hammered sheet metal attached with wire to stretched cloth.  Represents a watershed and delta flowing into a body of water.