VISTA — The Vista Art Foundation’s Gallery 204 is pleased to present the sculptural wallscapes of Stan Weber for the month of October. His show opens Oct. 6 and runs through Nov. 1. A reception in his honor will be held from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Oct. 10 at 204 Main Street.
For the past 30 years, Weber has been a mechanical designer, home designer/builder, musician and experimental artist. He has been decorating his own home, homes of family and friends and a growing customer base with his unique, 3-D wallscapes throughout the past six years. These sculptures are mostly symbolic representations of his interest in the ocean, topography, sea life, space imagery and other abstract forms.
Although most of Weber’s work is designed for large walls, he creates pieces as small as two inches that can be used as jewelry. All of his pieces are constructed in wood or various metals, using themes of nature, space and technology.
Weber currently lives in Surprise, Ariz., and displays his work in the Phoenix and San Diego areas.
His work can be viewed at www.wallscapesbystan.com.
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