While some sculptors work with clay and others with marble, sculptor Frank Plant decided early on that he wanted to work with steel. He twists and bends it to create these dramatic pieces that each tell its own story.
“I do what I refer to as drawings in steel. The subjects of said drawings are sometimes objects that i like for their composition, sometimes people. The subjects can range from the banal to the provocative. I broach social and political subjects on occasion. Sometimes I'm vulgar in that sense. I believe there are moments to make suggestions and others to make statements. A time for poetry, a time for prose and a time for pulp fiction.”