Paul Vexler’s interest lies in creating a visual and spatial experience. His wood and aluminum sculptural forms evolve from his understanding of geometry in the natural world and his expertise with his materials. Finding an intersection of art, mathematics and science, Vexler’s sculptures often express unique possibilities within a material, elegantly twisting loops that bend and curve into hanging intricate knots.
“I want people to approach my work and feel compelled to walk around it and view it from different angles. I want them to walk around it two or three times because the work is helping them to learn to see things that they missed the first time. And most of all, I want them to experience the pleasure of seeing something beautiful.” he has said.
Paul’s sculpture, Figure Eight is part of the Private Collection of Kevin and Mary Daniels.