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Alisa (Joey) Los
Inspired by a lifetime of observation from the perspectives of a Buddhist, a student, a farmer, and a mother, Joey Los's welded steel sculpture is figurative and fanciful. Working with metal, she molds it like clay, layering tiny pieces of metal like a quilt, embellishing the surfaces by drawing with the electrode and building up rich surface color with flame, the natural process of rust, and durable exterior paint. Inspired by "art brut" (naïve and primitive art), she has learned art making is work which takes practice, perseverance, and experimentation. An incorrigible collector, she finds some use for all the treasures she collects and, like her favorite sculptor Alexander Calder, claims, "my work is my play."

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jlosus@yahoo.com or visit http://joeylos.weebly.com/