Gregory Gómez and Rodrigo Nava share an interest in working with universal themes of science, mathematics, and nature. Their two-part sculpture, Counter Rotation, for the Transit Center in Montpelier, VT, seamlessly integrates a carved rotating granite bench and a split-flap display.
Gregory Miguel Gómez is a sculptor and painter from a family of physicians and scientists. His most recent public art installations are a suspended work for the Williamson College of Business Administration, in Youngstown, Ohio and Broken English, a freestanding work in front of Grinnell College’s Humanities Building, Grinnell, Iowa.
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Rodrigo Nava is a Mexican/American artist whose sculpture explores the relationship between material and process through his “Expanded Forms”series. Here, large, closed, steel forms are expanded using a controlled explosion. His work can be found in private and public collections throughout the country and abroad. He recently completed Wind Gate, a series of 17 permanent Expanded Forms for Stapleton, Colorado.
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