Brian Schader

Sculpture (7-works)

Brian  Schader Torsionality
Torsionality, 2016
Aluminum and glass
144 x 48 x 48 in
Brian  Schader Entwined
Entwined
Metal
78 x 36 x 36 in
Brian  Schader Falls
Falls
Metal
75 x 12 x 12 in
Brian  Schader Flexion of Mind
Flexion of Mind, 2016
Aluminum and glass
120 x 36 x 36 in
Brian  Schader
Reversal
Metal
100 x 25 x 30 in
Brian  Schader
Twist 2
Metal
144 x 25 x 25 in
SOLD
Brian  Schader Twist of Fate
Twist of Fate
Metal
96 x 20 x 30 in
SOLD

Brian  Schader

Brian Schader

Brian Schader Biography

(American, b. 1963)

From the first display of his paintings to the public at age 19, Brian knew his path as an artist had been determined and from that day forward, he has dedicated his life to the creation of things that bring interest, intrigue and beauty to our surroundings.

Largely self taught, Brian's work has taken many forms through the years. Brian chose his profession almost 30 years ago and has worked diligently to articulate his feelings and ideas through the mediums of sculpting, painting, printmaking, photography and poetry.

Brian is a member of the National Sculpture Society. His work has been featured in numerous newspaper articles, magazines both local and national. He has had One Man Showings through galleries in Scottsdale, Sedona, Las Vegas and Phoenix. Southwest Art Magazines Calendar featured Brian's work two years running as well as inclusion in the Phippen Western Art Museum's Calendar.

Brian's work has been collected by individuals and corporations for decades. He's currently spending all of his time sculpting what he likes to refer to as "lasting works of substance."

Brian's sculptural works are exclusively monumental in nature and suitable for indoor or outdoor display. The inspiration behind many of Brian's sculptures is narrated by poem or prose hand written by the artist, then richly etched into the solid copper plaque accompanying the piece.

With a curiosity for Japanese Puzzle Boxes, Brian always tries to conceal connections or attachment points within his sculptures, and when it is necessary to reveal hardware or a weld he prefers them to be part of the art by making them bold or exaggerated.

Brian Schader Statement

I don't believe creativity should be restricted to any one medium. Daily, my mind is filled with ideas of how I might convey my thoughts and beliefs. I believe in the importance of affecting my viewers in a positive way. Like most creative types, I've experienced my share of struggles in life, but choose not to support or chronicle past difficulties but rather to create beauty.

I'd like to create art that outlasts my great, great grandchildren. With that in mind, I've humbly come to understand the concept that nothing lasts forever. I strive to educate myself in matters of environmental impact on exposed sculptural elements, thus carefully selecting materials that are not only esthetically pleasing but that will provide as many years of enjoyment as possible for those viewing it... I also believe in recycling as much as possible when it comes to my art, I much prefer to utilize sound, used material over new.

Brian Schader Resumé

Galleries

Coda Gallery

            Palm Desert, California

Wind River Gallery

            Aspen, Colorado

K. Newby Gallery

            Tubac, Arizona

Renee Taylor’s Vue Gallery

            Sedona, Arizona

Renee Taylor’s Gallery

            Sedona Arizona

Pitzers Fine Arts

            Wimberley, Texas

 

Print/Media

2016 - The Fountain Hills TIMES Inside – “Artist to ‘plant’ trees in memory of veterans”

2015 – CV Weekly – “Art on El Paseo” by Rebecca Pikus

2014 – American Art Collector

Sculpture in the Park Show & Sale – 2014 Artist Handbook

2013 – Enterprise Broomfield News “Just in time for new year, new art takes root in Broomfield” by Megan Quinn

Artist & Events

2012 – Southwest Art

Western Art & Architecture

            Arizona Collector’s Guide

2011 Sedona Monthly

            Western Art & Architecture

            The Fountain Hill Times – “100th piece Art dedication Thursday”

Fountain Hills Community Guide

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            Desert Art Scene

2010 – American Art Collector

            Arizona’s Collector’s Guide

 

1996 - Fountain Hills TIMES – “Artist Brian Schader creates ‘Rio Fire’ print to help raise funds for McDowell Mtn. Park revegetation” by Michael Scharnow

Vista Magazine

            The Times – “Schader’s ‘Renewal’ Print follows success of ‘Rio Fire” benefit poster

            Art in Arizona

            Art Life

            Artists of Arizona Volume II

Fountain Hills TIMES – “Airbrushed wonders puts pastels in our desert”, by Bob Burns

Artists of Arizona Volume I

1986 – Scottsdale Scene

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