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Gordon Chandler Furniture

American, b. 1953
GORDON CHANDLER b. 1953, Springfield, MA American sculptor Gordon Chandler first studied sculpture at Maine’s Skowhegan School of Painting & Sculpture. He went on to earn a Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture from Syracuse University and a Master of Fine Arts in sculpture from the University of Massachusetts. In 1976, he founded W&P Builders for the manufacture of welded steel woodstoves. Renowned for his work with salvaged metal, Chandler has exhibited his sculpture and functional art across the country, including nearly yearly participation in Chicago’s Sculpture, Objects, Functional Art Exhibition since 1997. He is well known for his series of steel drum kimonos, buck heads, and reclaimed metal furniture. His work can be found in public and private collections across the country.
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Creator: Gordon Chandler
“Tiny Mint Green Jacket, Found Steel Sculpture, 2023
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
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2010s American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

“Tiny Mint Green Jacket, ” Found Steel Sculpture, 2023
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
Category

2010s American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

“Tiny Speckled Brown Jacket, Found Steel Sculpture, 2023
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
Category

2010s American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

“Tiny Golden Brown Jacket, ” Found Steel Sculpture, 2023
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
Category

2010s American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Buck Head, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Renowned for his work with salvaged metal, American artist Gordon Chandler transforms weathered found materials into refined works of sculpture. With an eye to the aesthetic possibilities of this humble material, Chandler invests reclaimed steel with sculptural fluidity and a wry sense of form. In this wall-mounted sculpture entitled "Buck Head...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Six Point Cutout" Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Renowned for his work with salvaged metal, American artist Gordon Chandler transforms weathered found materials into refined works of sculpture. With an eye to the aesthetic possibilities of this humble material, Chandler invests reclaimed steel with sculptural fluidity and a wry sense of form. Entitled "Six Point Cutout," this wall mounted sculpture traces the silhouette of a male deer head in a sheet of found steel. Part of Chandler's ongoing buck head...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Matte Red Kimono, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures formed from found metal scraps. With an eye to the aesthetic possibilities of this humble material, Chandler invests the reclaimed steel with sculptural fluidity and a wry sense of form. Flattened with the center portion rolled out, this discarded barrel takes on the look of a traditional kimono...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Hot Water Kimono, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Blue Kimono" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Pink Rust Kimono, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Corrugated Wrap, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Red Rust Kimono, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Disc Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures formed from found metal scraps. With an eye to the aesthetic possibilities of this humble material, Chandler invests reclaimed steel with sculptural fluidity and a wry sense of form. Crafted from the round end of an industrial barrel, this salvaged steel scrap takes on the shape of a small, flattened jacket. Well-positioned cuts transform the rusted metal into a makeshift garment, drawing the outline of sleeves and a simple collar. The jacket has a dark green coated...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

"Yellow Stag" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

Materials

Steel

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“Tiny Green Jacket, ” Found Steel Sculpture, 2023
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
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2010s American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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“Tiny Gradient Jacket, ” Found Steel Sculpture, 2023
By Gordon Chandler
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2010s American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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"Retro Shirt, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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"Black & Brown Kimono, " Found Steel Sculpture by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
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"Tiny Red Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, Atlanta-based artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sc...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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Steel

"Tiny Red Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
"Tiny Red Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
H 3.25 in W 6 in D 0.5 in
"Petite Yellow Cape" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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"Tiny Chrome Kimono" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, Atlanta-based artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sc...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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Steel

"Tiny Chrome Kimono" by Gordon Chandler
"Tiny Chrome Kimono" by Gordon Chandler
H 4.25 in W 5.75 in D 0.5 in
"Rust Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
Upon discovering a weathered steel drum that had been warped to resemble the sleeve of a garment, artist Gordon Chandler was inspired to embark on a series of kimono sculptures forme...
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21st Century and Contemporary American Industrial Gordon Chandler Furniture

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"Rust Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
"Rust Jacket" by Gordon Chandler
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"Yellow Kimono" by Gordon Chandler
By Gordon Chandler
Located in Chicago, IL
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"Sketch Garment" by Gordon Chandler
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