Metal doors and other scrap metal – cut up and woven together to create forms – are the foundation for Linda Raynsford’s sculptures. Their scale is grand, their colors bright, their forms pleasing and familiar. Raynsford also shows a whimsical side with her much smaller found-object bras, bikinis and shoes. Yes.
“My work is referential, every day objects speak to me. I take these familiar shapes and weave them into conceptual and abstract sculpture. I explore time and space, blending concept with form. Many of my pieces scrutinize society and explore its decay.”