Posts Categorized: Public Art

Kevin Robb, Metal Sculptor Featured at DIA

Stainless steel sculpture

Kevin Robb, a Colorado metal sculptor,is featured in the Art Gallery at Denver International Airport. Large photographic wall murals share the monumental, stainless steel sculptures that have highlighted his career over the years. Along with the wall murals are a number of smaller stainless steel sculptures that capture the essence of his designs. Also highlighted… Read more »

Stainless Steel Sculpture – Public Art Installation

New stainless steel sculpture installs today.  Proud to partner with the city of Little Rock and Sculpture at the River Market!  Stay tuned for pictures of the installation. Kevin Robb’s SERENADING THE CLOUDS to be installed today Original post copied below.  Kevin Robb’s SERENADING THE CLOUDS to be installed today October 7, 2016 by Scott Leave a… Read more »

Haute Living Miami Talking About Kevin Robb

Check out this blog post by Haute Living Miami! Kevin Robb Releases Monumental Sculpture by Hadley Henriette |  April 7, 2016 Serenading the Clouds Over the past three decades, renowned Colorado metal sculptor Kevin Robb has made his mark on the national and international art scene.  With a unique style and consummate welding quality that… Read more »

Kevin Robb Releases Latest Sculpture

Public Art-Serenading the Clouds

A couple of months ago Kevin began creating a new major sculpture. After many sketches created with a 3d program, he settled on a four element design. This is a very unique design for him as he has always shied away from sculptures with an even number of elements. An odd number of elements in… Read more »

Drawing Inspiration from Sculpture

It is an artist’s work to inspire the world. Nothing can quite soothe and uplift the soul like a thing of beauty. It speaks a word of understanding and hope that sometimes no one could quite communicate to the grieving or sorrowful. And Kevin’s sculpture Fountain Spirit II does just that. This 12 foot stainless… Read more »

The Perchability of Sculptures

Things look different from a bird’s eye view, don’t they? People look smaller from up in the air when jet streams catch feathered wings and carry them aloft to new perches. We, as humans, are always out to find the next best thing to make our lives better, but I have a feeling, so are… Read more »

Contemporary Sculpture Vs. Vectors

I’m a friend of the Robb”s and decided that I wanted to move to Colorado after finishing grad school. The Robb’s have graciously opened their home so I have a place to stay while job searching. By training and education I’m an analytical chemist. I like to know how and why things work; math, equations,… Read more »

Art and Healthcare = Positive Results

There was a great article in the WSJ on August 18, 2014  (http://online.wsj.com/articles/more-hospitals-use-the-healing-powers-of-public-art-1408404629?KEYWORDS=art+and+healthcare+facilities) touting the benefits of the healing powers of art in healthcare facilities.  For years the thinking was that art work in a healthcare facility should just be soothing, nature based, and possibly loosely figurative.  Today the trend is moving towards more contemporary… Read more »

4 Unique Aspects of a Kevin Robb Sculpture

 Kevin’s designs are fabulous!  They are free flowing and graceful.  Contemporary and classic all at the same time. Kevin’s quality of craftsmanship is not to be compared!  All edges are ground smooth, the individual elements are cut into one another rather than just sat upon the top of each other and there are never any… Read more »

Process of Creativity

It has always been pure joy to experience a sculpture “coming alive” and this process can take on many forms.  A new sculpture being created in the studio is a free flowing process, cutting the metal and welding the different curves.  Then, stepping back and letting the metal speak to what needs to happen next… Read more »