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Sculpture by William Freer

As an abstract artist, William Freer’s contemporary metal and paper sculptures are featured in both private and corporate collections nationwide. You can find examples of his work at Bill Hester Fine Art on Canyon Road in Santa Fe, NM and at Xanadu Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ.

William’s most recent public art installation (a kinetic work in steel & glass) was purchased by Western New Mexico University (2017). He also collaborates with Howard Meehan in the creation of large-scale, site-specific public sculpture.

In the mid-1970s Bill  saw three white buildings shoulder-to-shoulder. Amazed by the profound exchange of light to dark “where the shadows live,” that moment because the muse for his work. Since then he has carved monochromatic shadows into paper and metal sculptures, creating abstract designs that may refer to Art Deco, architectural details, scenes from nature or native symbols.

A New Mexico artist, William Freer’s large abstract metal sculptures sometimes evoke ancient cultures or past art movements like Art Nouveau, but are contemporary in tone, inviting conversation in courtyards and sculpture gardens through North America.

Give Bill a call to see your home or office and discuss creating a unique work just for you.