Timothy Carter - Metal & Steel Sculptor

Timothy started his eighteen-year journey with metal in a creative capacity whilst working at General Electric learning welding on his lunch breaks. After finishing his studies at Modern Welding School in Schenectady, NY in 2002. he decided to listen to his true calling in life to the visual arts, and so comfortably transitioned to metal and steel sculpting. 

 

"Over the years, I have had the pleasure of studying steel sculpting with well-known artists. Two of these gentlemen were Jeff Whyman and John Sanders, who learned their craft under the direction of Mark de Suvero, and Peter Voulkos." 

 

In 2016, Ken Hiratsuka (onelineken) introduced Timothy to the last living student of Shoji Kamoda, Jinnai Sakata.

 

Timothy had a tremendous opportunity to travel to Japan and study under Mr. Sakata. It is with great pride that his work has been displayed in many galleries in the U.S., as well as in private collections in seven countries globally.

Living in Miami, Florida, USA, Timothy manipulates steel I-beams, to create minimalistic contemporary sculptures.

He has developed a totally unique way of bending gentle slopping curves into the I-beam without using heat, and only using hydraulics.

The result: forming minimalistic contemporary sculptures with I-beams painted yellow.

Early sculpture work by Timothy involves a more compacted and denser cluster of curves.

 

Making steel sculptures in various dimensions, from 1 foot to 3 feet tall, 6 feet to 9 feet tall, and finally 15 feet and taller.       

For more information about the pieces shown below, contact Martin Mari.

Metal / Steel Sculptures

Red Dancer

Ballerina

Public Art

Steel I-Beam Sculptures

Timothy manipulates steel I-beams, to create minimalistic contemporary sculptures.

He has developed a totally unique way of bending gentle slopping curves into the I-beam without using heat, and only using hydraulics.

The result: forming minimalistic contemporary sculptures with I-beams painted yellow.

Curves of Time

Early sculpture work by Timothy involves a more compacted and denser cluster of curves. 


Creating both abstract and figurative sculptures using steel and stainless steel in various dimensions, from 1 foot to 3 feet tall, 6 feet to 9 feet tall, and finally 15 feet and taller.       

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Dubai, UAE.

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Tel: +971 43836807

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