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In 2000, after 35+ years practicing interior architectural design, Jerome Harris Parmet changed directions to study and to produce steel sculpture, which has been a life long ambition.
The principles of architecture, whether interior or exterior, revolve around three-dimensional space. The same applies to sculpture, whatever the material from which it is created. The similarities of both disciplines appeal to Jerome, perhaps because sensitivity to space and special interrelationships come naturally to the architect. Both architect and sculptor need to balance four considerations—Form, Function, Economy and Time—as their framework for resolving concept, in order to thrive as artist and business person.
Jerome has studied technique with Leslie Dor, David Boyajian, and Bob Perucci three respected teachers in the field, among many others. In 2002, he opened his own studio to give unlimited expression to the artistry that springs to life when manipulating steel into structures, from monumental to tabletop.
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INTER-SECTIONSWelded and painted steel
Jerome Harris Parmet
26th Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition (2012-2013)
BEREISHIS (In the Beginning)Welded mild sheet steel primed and painted
23rd Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition (2009-2010)
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The Rosen Outdoor Sculpture Competition & Exhibition is a national juried competition presented annually by the Turchin Center for the Visual Arts on the campus of Appalachian State University in Boone, North Carolina. The Rosen has become an integral part of An Appalachian Summer Festival, the university's annual multi-arts celebration presented by the Office of Arts & Cultural Programs.
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