|Deadline:||Jul 30, 2012|
|Start:||Jul 30, 2012|
|End:||Aug 30, 2013|
|Reception:||Jul 30, 2010|
10:00 AM - 05:00 AM
Outdoor Sculpture Garden
The wonderful sculpture Missing Persons was damaged in the storm this winter. We hope to have a replacement soon!
Treadbrite Aluminum Sculpture
isSmithtown Township Arts Council is pleased to present Steve Zaluski’s sculpture “Missing Persons” in its Summer Sculpture Series on the lawn of the Mills Pond House.
Mr. Zaluski created this sculpture “as a memorial to all those people who have disappeared without a trace…may their souls be at peace.”
Steve Zaluski was born and raised on Long Island and graduated from Stony Brook University. In addition to his passion for sculpture, Steve has worked on TV commercials, built sets and props, helped build homes, renovated bars and restaurants. He was also part owner of a live music wine and cheese café. He also created videos and has sold many paintings.
Mr. Zaluski’s sculptures of welded bronze or aluminum have been installed around the world, including Hong Kong, Tokyo, England, France, Germany, Israel, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, St. Thomas, St. Croix, Grand Cayman, Australia, Canada and almost every state in the United States.
His artwork is in many private collections, office buildings, shopping centers, homes and gardens. Corporate collections include, Bank of America, Nike, Astra Zeneca, AT&T, Pfizer, Towers-Perrin, Matrix Corp., Royal Caribbean, Comtech, Nu-Skin Corp., Western National Warranty, Citadel Equities, Jack Welch (GE), Conair, Barnes and Noble, and many more.
Steve defines himself as “a mid career international artist who creates paintings, mobiles, sculptures, music, performance art installations and videos all around the world.” He speaks of his passion for adventure… “I've been surfing in Fiji, Australia, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico and both east and west coast of the United States. I love to explore, meet new people, and make music, dance and have tons of fun!” and his passion for art… “a never ending desire to be original and to create something new and meaningful.”
Smithtown Township Arts Council is pleased to present Steve Zaluski’s sculpture “Missing Persons” in its Summer Sculpture Series on the lawn of the Mills Pond House. He created this sculpture “as a memorial to all those people who have disappeared without a trace…may their souls be at peace.”
The sculpture is made from Treadbrite Aluminum.
To find out more about this talented artist please visit www.zaluskisculpturestudios.com