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James Dixon
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Assist Device - Sm. Ladder
Bronze
12" x 3" x 3" 

    Assist Device - Sm. Ladder

    Bronze
    12" x 3" x 3"
  • Bibi
Bronze
28" x 11" x 10" 

    Bibi

    Bronze
    28" x 11" x 10"
  • Chalice
Bronze
11" x 6" x 6" 

    Chalice

    Bronze
    11" x 6" x 6"
  • Chalices - Duet
Bronze
13" x 11" x 11" 

    Chalices - Duet

    Bronze
    13" x 11" x 11"
  • Crescent Star 2
Bronze
12" x 10" x 6" 

    Crescent Star 2

    Bronze
    12" x 10" x 6"
  • Dance - Movement
Bronze & Concrete
17" x 13" x 5" 

    Dance - Movement

    Bronze & Concrete
    17" x 13" x 5"
  • Figure In Environment
Bronze
77" x 34" x 34" 

    Figure In Environment

    Bronze
    77" x 34" x 34"
  • Flutter
Bronze
11" x 8" x 3" 

    Flutter

    Bronze
    11" x 8" x 3"
  • Lg. Vase with Fronds
Bronze
11" x 36" x 24" 

    Lg. Vase with Fronds

    Bronze
    11" x 36" x 24"
  • Occidental Column
Bronze
55" x 14" x 14" 

    Occidental Column

    Bronze
    55" x 14" x 14"
  • Oriental Column
Bronze
79" x 39" x 39" 

    Oriental Column

    Bronze
    79" x 39" x 39"
  • Pinwheel Moon Tondo
Bronze
13" x 8" x 6" 

    Pinwheel Moon Tondo

    Bronze
    13" x 8" x 6"
  • Pinwheel 1 Tondo
Bronze
10" x 6" x 6" 

    Pinwheel 1 Tondo

    Bronze
    10" x 6" x 6"
  • The Warren Vase
Bronze
57" x 36" x 20" 

    The Warren Vase

    Bronze
    57" x 36" x 20"
  • Trapeze
Bronze
29" x 14" x 9" 

    Trapeze

    Bronze
    29" x 14" x 9"
  • Villi
Bronze
76" x 36" x 16" 

    Villi

    Bronze
    76" x 36" x 16"
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James Dixon

James Dixon presents a stunning universe of shapes in his prolific sculpting oeuvre. Within that decades-long body of work are galaxies of plump annular pieces; leafy fans; spindly, crenelated columns; welcoming round or conical vessels; and elaborate structures. The stars and planets in each galaxy, the individual works, celebrate the forms within forms of these conventional or abstract shapes – all of which make for a singular geography of sorts. Big to fine, these geographies include separate millimeter-wide rivulets, expressive antennae, and curious drop-shapes throughout.

Yet, with his constant inspiration, he explores single galaxies at a time, presenting other-worldly interpretations within each theme. His current explorations are cast and hand-wrought bronze work families: Chalice, Indigenous, Columns, Tondo and Vessels. Two of his primary inspirations are the theme of social archetypes and the human hunger for an emotional experience that embodies and communicates truth. Sublime yet punctuated with levity, as he says himself. The earthy, rough-hewn contour of his Indigenous-titled category also displays his own interest in Pre-Industrial Global Art.Dixon cites his other formative influences as being his parents, historical social movements, audio artists and, notably, the divine.

Though he was winning art awards before college, Dixon earned his bachelor's and Masters of Fine Arts at Colorado State University. Since then, he has had hundreds of creations and displays in the premier venues – public and private, arts, civic, literary, music, culture – throughout Denver and Colorado, where he keeps his own workshop. In addition to numerous awards, his works have been featured or commissioned by international businesses, including Rolling Stone Magazine, Colorado Homes & Lifestyles, Vantage Press, LUXE Interiors + Design, DYS Records, and RER Megacorp, a British record label. Most notably, Dixon’s work has been a staple at The Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art in Denver, Colorado, since 2005, alongside sculptors of international fame such as Frank Lloyd Wright, Frederick MacMonnies, Elsie Ward Hering, Herbert Bayer, and many more.