Dan Freeman

Dan Freeman
“Resolved”
2014 72” x 15” x 18”
steel w/ rock
$ 3400 SOLD
Crescent Variation #3
by Dan Freeman
84″ high x 34″ wide
welded steel
$4400. SOLD
Dan Freeman
“Variation”# 1
Stainless steel and welded steel
64.5” h x 22” w x 7” d
$3,400
Dan Freeman
“Crescent Variation”
welded steel
64.5” h x 22” w x 7” d
$4,200 SOLD
Dan Freeman
“Celtic Moonrise”
welded steel, aluminum, stainless steel
$7250
Dan Freeman
“Hybrid Pink””
welded steel, wood
rose bush, painted aluminum
$2,600
Dan Freeman
“History of Modern Art, Abridged”
31.5″ x 8.5″ x 14.5″
wood, rock, corokia cotoneaster
painted wood
$3,200
Dan Freeman
“Modern Stele”
81” x 15” x 28”
Steel, rock,
stainless steel
$4,400
Dan Freeman
“Feather’s Flight”
welded steel, aluminum, copper
$2,400
Dan Freeman
“A Bolt From The Blue”
painted welded steel
$2,30O
Dan Freeman
“Ikebana
steel
$1,850
SOLD
Dan Freeman
“Party Favor”
steel and painted steel
$1,400
Dan Freeman
“Big Red Wiggle”
painted steel
$3,000

Dan Freeman
“Minimal Minotaur”
steel
$3700 SOLD
Dan Freeman
Willendorf Updated
welded steel, patina, cherry, oak
$1200
Dan Freeman
Small Rock Shrine
welded steel, patina, rock, cherry
$1200.
Dan Freeman
Heavy Metal Haiku #2
welded steel, patina, wood, aluminum
$1100.
Dan Freeman
With Cherry on Top
38-1/2” tall
Welded steel, wood
$1400 SOLD
Steady Flame
by Dan Freeman
welded steel, cherry
$1100 SOLD
Angle of Repose #2 
by Dan Freeman 
27.5″ x 5.25″ x 18.5″
welded steel, wood, rock 
$1200
It’s Only a Crescent Moon
by Dan Freeman
welded steel, wood, 
aluminum, stainless steel
$500

Dan Freeman has been a student of art history and the human endeavor of “object making” his entire life. Endless curiosity seems to be the main driver of his artistic expression today.
As a human growing up there was nothing he wouldn’t take apart just to see how it went together. He is like this still. This may explain why he is willing to combine disparate materials into a new “whole” for a piece of sculpture he is making.
There is a sense of surprise and playfulness in much of Dan’s work. As he says “If we aren’t having fun and enjoying life and other people, then why are we here?”
Dan has been making sculptural objects– markers, talismans and fetishes– his whole life, combining elemental materials– wood, metal, stone and glass– to achieve the desired results.
“In my work I express who I am and how I see the world” is how he puts it. Makes sense to me.