Cal Lane's metal sculptures are a balance of opposites, turning crude oil drums into delicate objects.

Cal Lane's metal sculptures are a balance of opposites, turning crude oil drums into delicate objects.

She describes this combination of opposing aesthetics as:

pulling together industrial and domestic life as well as relationships of strong and delicate, masculine and feminine, practical and frivolity, ornament and function.

The rest of her work embodies similar qualities using metal objects such as shovels, wheelbarrows, cars, and I-beams.

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