Sculptor Dan Droz opens his second solo exhibition in 2021 at the James Gallery

– Droz exhibits 30 innovative works in a new solo exhibition –

Posted: October 6, 2021 at 2:52 PM MDT|Update: 9 hours ago

PITTSBURGH, October 6, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Opening October 7, sculptor Dan droz presents “Defying Dimensions”, his new solo exhibition at the James Gallery, featuring innovative sculptures, wall reliefs and hanging works. This is Droz’s second solo show in less than four months, having had his first solo of the year, “Elusive Spaces” at the Associated Artists gallery in June. This new exhibition showcases Droz’s range with over 30 pieces incorporating his new uses of aluminum, cast glass, polymers and crochet wire mesh. The reception of the artist “Defying Dimensions” is 5-7:30 p.m. and the exhibition crosses November 19.

Sculptor Dan Droz opens his second solo exhibition in 2021 at the James Gallery

“It’s amazing to see such a range of new and innovative works from one artist,” says James Frederick, owner of the James Gallery. “Dan is definitely ‘the artist to watch’ next year. His lineup and productivity are absolutely impressive.”

Droz’s work includes large freestanding sculptures and sculptural wall pieces made from large panels of folded aluminum, a series of smaller sculptures using cast glass and epoxy resin, and a range of hanging sculptures that resemble floating clouds, made from a new crochet shape of stainless steel. mesh that Droz perfected. All of the works incorporate themes characteristic of Droz’s work, including the limits of perception and memory.

“This exhibition offers a unique opportunity to show works both indoors and outdoors, which is rare in a gallery setting,” observes Droz. “The magnificent James Gallery Sculpture Garden allows people to view some of the world’s largest sculptures in a landscaped setting for which they were intended, and the high ceilings and open spaces of the interior galleries provide a wonderful setting for the hanging works. “

Although Droz has been creating sculpture for over 45 years, it has always been a side part of his career as an award-winning designer and professor at Carnegie Mellon. Three years ago, he refocused his attention to devote himself to a new career as a full-time sculptor. Despite a late start and the Covid epidemic, he has already exhibited at several previous personal exhibitions and participated in dozens of exhibitions with a jury. Besides his exhibition at the James Gallery, his work is currently featured in five other exhibitions, both locally and in Washington DC and Madrid, Spain. In addition, his book “Behind the Fold” will be published next month.

“Defying Dimensions” opens at the James Gallery 5-7:30 p.m. to October 7 and run to November 19. The James Gallery is located at 413 S. Main Street in the West End of Pittsburgh. For more information, visit and



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