stainless steel kinetic outdoor sculpture
Tom Brewitz prepares
drawings for clients then installs finished
sculpture in position at their home or office.
But, before work begins on commissioned
sculpture, Brewitz submits architectural drawings
for client approval. The evolution of designing
sculpture for installation has brought about the
technique of inserting drawings into site photos.
Clients can finally gain
full understanding of how the finished piece will
work within the propose site and develop insight
into how the sculpture will interact with the
environment. Keep in mind that the top two photos
don't actually have the real sculpture! These are
shaded renderings placed into a scan of the
client's estate. Actual size of the color glossy
are 11" x 8.5".
As his client reviews a printed
version of the drawing and photo we can also view
these plans live via the internet. This approach
allows viewing seamless sculpture drawings
blended with photos. But, be careful because it
is easy to get confused to what are real images
and what are drawings!
the photos of the clients home with the drawing
superimposed are photos of the actual sculpture
that was created as a result of approval and
sculpture stands first as a stainless steel work
before the colors are applied. The last photo is
with the final lamination.