Gerry Stecca

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Random stuio photo. Getting ready for Art Basel Miami 2007 in Wynwood (Miami, Fl) at the 1st & 21st Studios. Here you see how the early work struggled against gravity, a characteristic I am re-exploring and applying to future sculptures and installations. The painting/drawing of Power Lines is a recurring subject that comes and goes pending my levels of urban exposure.. GerryStecca.com

Random stuio photo. Getting ready for Art Basel Miami 2007 in Wynwood (Miami, Fl) at the 1st & 21st Studios. Here you see how the early work struggled against gravity, a characteristic I am re-exploring and applying to future sculptures and installations. The painting/drawing of Power Lines is a recurring subject that comes and goes pending my levels of urban exposure.. GerryStecca.com

DETAIL 2006. Going through old files. The guts of one of my sculptures…I think it is from FLOPPY. It is the patterns and shadows that will keep me from ever getting tired of working with this medium. By GerryStecca.com

DETAIL 2006. Going through old files. The guts of one of my sculptures…I think it is from FLOPPY. It is the patterns and shadows that will keep me from ever getting tired of working with this medium. By GerryStecca.com

FAMILY UNIT from 2007ish (a self portrait of yours truly and Gogo) escaped storage after some minor structural improvements. They will accompany me in the studio at Deering Estate park for a while, hoping to find a new home soon.

Wooden clothespins, painted conduit and galvanized wire. The tallest is about 9’. By GerryStecca.com

MERMAID TAILS II was created for MERMAID INVITATIONAL @ Miami International Airport Central Terminal gallery. Spring 2014.
Curated by Yolanda Sanchez from the Airport Fine Arts & Cultural Affairs office. This was a group exhibition.

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Gerry Stecca, Clothespins Artist on Art Loft: WPBT at the Deering Estate Park in Miami.

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TBT: Sketched in Miami and later painted in San Diego, “Carmina” was one of the tree paintings i enjoyed the most. It was last seen in Atlanta, GA. Mixed media. By: GerryStecca.com

Untitled mixed media on paper. 5” x 24” triptych. 2014. (plaster, tree bark, various pigments, on watercolor paper) by GerryStecca.com

Untitled mixed media on paper. 5” x 24” triptych. 2014. (plaster, tree bark, various pigments, on watercolor paper) by GerryStecca.com

Latest version of “Stalagmites” 2014. From 18” to 72”. By GerryStecca.com

At SCAD (Savannnah, GA). Officially introducing and connecting my sculptural work into my MFA in painting as their merger leads towards my upcoming thesis.